The social network that was famously founded in a college dorm, Facebook has grown to become not only the largest social platform on the Internet, but also a major player in smartphone apps thanks to Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and many other one-off apps. The company’s acquisition of virtual reality company Oculus has positioned it to influence the future of that industry as well.

Family photos could be Facebook’s newest source for ad targeting
It's already data mining your household.
Facebook is targeting ‘borderline content,’ creating independent appeals group
The company is training AI to flag content before it goes viral.
Jim Carrey tells Zuckerberg ‘f*ck you’ in coded Twitter message
Actor responds to New York Times bombshell
Facebook reportedly hired PR firm to write critical articles about Apple, Google
A new report reveals Facebook's internal struggles.
Facebook says accounts blocked before midterms had celebrity, LGBTQ content
In total, blocked accounts reached over 2 million followers.
Facebook patches vulnerability that could have exposed user data
Social media site denies bug was exploited
Was this Facebook exec fired because of his pro-Trump views?
Palmer Luckey is the former CEO of Oculus VR, a company Facebook acquired.
Dan Crenshaw’s far-right Facebook group affiliation brought up after SNL appearance
Twitter brought up the past affiliation quickly.
Facebook unceremoniously launched Lasso, a direct competitor to TikTok
The new app will feature short-form, entertaining videos — much like TikTok.
Facebook ends forced arbitration for sexual misconduct complaints, following Google’s lead
Facebook employees were forced to deal with sexual harassment claims internally.
Facebook promises Portal camera won’t spy on you
But some data will be used for ads
Taunting ‘Russian’ post prompted Facebook action on suspicious accounts
Group allegedly linked to notorious IRA troll farm
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