Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg is an internet entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Facebook.

The F.T.C. placed new conditions on Facebook for privacy violations, but did not restrict the social network's ability to gather and use people's personal information.
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The social network says it will not remove a fake video of its founder created with AI software.
Last month, the social media company would not remove a doctored video of Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Facebook said the video of Mr. Zuckerberg will get the same treatment.
Almost everybody wants something done about disinformation. So why does it seem that nothing is changing?
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's personal security chief faces accusations of sexual misconduct and making racist and homophobic comments, according to a report Thursday by a...
Protesters carrying an inflatable angry emoji plan to greet shareholders of Facebook Inc as they gather for the company's annual meeting on Thursday, the latest sign of its struggle to shake off user privacy scandals and rein in fake news and hate speech.
Facebook has heralded artificial intelligence as a solution to its toxic content problems. Mike Schroepfer, its chief technology officer, says it won't solve everything.
The F.T.C. chairman seems to have the votes to approve a settlement. One of the biggest issues has been whether to hold Mark Zuckerberg liable for future violations.
Moral panic about our use of devices could benefit from good data. Big Tech companies are sitting on that information.
Talks include creating a new committee and an external assessor that would scrutinize how well the social network protects user data.
The social network rolled out a redesign, in the most visible signal of how it is starting to emphasize private communications.
Mark Zuckerberg announced changes to Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook at a speech in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- CEO Mark Zuckerberg will kick off Facebook's annual F8 conference Tuesday with what are expected to be more details about his new "privacy-focused" vision for the social...
Public schools in Kansas rolled out a web-based learning platform backed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg. Now students have staged walkouts and sit-ins. Their parents have organized.
Jake Orta was not aware he was searching the bins of Mark Zuckerberg's house until we told him who owned the place.
Asking tech leaders how to regulate their own industry might be like "asking the foxes how best to guard the henhouse."
Investors have decided that the ride-hailing service was overvalued after its I.P.O. That spells trouble for Lyft, and other unicorns looking to go public.
Here's why the Facebook chief executive invited Congress to regulate his company in a post on Saturday.
When an inveterate tweeter and social media hound decided to change his ways, what did he turn to? An email newsletter.