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My wife Gena and I were appalled to read WND news this past week that triple amputee Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage was going to be forced to haul Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg into court if the social media giant does not reinstate his Facebook pages, which Facebook deleted without warning or explanation after Kolfage... [Read More]
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NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer discusses why he is pushing for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to step down from his post. [Read More]
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Facebook isn't just facing increasingly skeptical investors and consumers. Three state treasurers and the New York City comptroller have joined a shareholder proposal to strip Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg of his chairmanship. [Read More]
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Shareholders voted down a similar proposal last year, which called for an independent chairman. And the new proposal will almost certainly suffer the same fate, given that the social-media company's founder controls more than half of voting shares. [Read More]
Have you ever wished you could "unsend" a text? Well, according to TechCruch.com, Facebook is introducing an "unsend" button in its messenger app. The company first said it would be adding the feature in April. This, after it was revealed that messages Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had sent to other users, were removed from their inboxes. TechCrunch's report says there will be a short window to unsend messages after they're sent. Instagram already has an "unsend" feature that... [Read More]
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Systrom hinted there were tensions between him and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. [Read More]
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is off to a slow start in his mission to bring virtual reality to the masses, so perhaps it's appropriate his company's next VR headset will be called Quest. [Read More]
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On Christmas Day last year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg used his website to tell the world that he was not an atheist any more. In this way, the billionaire used Facebook to express his feelings about religion, like many social media users before him. My research shows how debates about religion on social networks bring …... [Read More]
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"Americans do not like to be manipulated," Rep. Kathy Castor (D-Fla.) told Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during his appearance before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. "They do not... [Read More]
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees the company should embrace diverse views, but expressed frustration a senior executive attended the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing last week, said a person familiar with the remarks. [Read More]
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees the company should embrace diverse views, but expressed frustration a senior executive attended the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing last week, said a person familiar with the remarks. [Read More]
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees Friday that they should support diverse views, according to a source inside the company town hall. The meeting came after one of its senior executives attended a hearing last week as a friend of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Zuckerberg also expressed frustration with the executive's appearance and support for Kavanaugh, the source added.   Joel Kaplan, vice president for global public policy at Facebook, made an unexpected appearance in support of Kavanaugh during the Sept. 27 hearing that centered on an accusation that he sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford while the two were... [Read More]
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