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  • Facebook and Twitter shares plummet

    Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. shares tumbled Friday after Unilever, one of the world’s largest advertisers, said it will halt all U.S. advertising on both platforms, fueling concerns that other major consumer brands may follow suit.

  • Facebook to Ban Anti-Government 'Boogaloo' Groups

    Social media giant Facebook recently announced that it would be removing anti-government "Boogaloo" groups and pages from its platform. Mark Zuckerberg's platform has already removed 220 such groups on Facebook and 95 Instagram accounts that it says violate its policies against organized violence.

  • Facebook to remove anti-government 'Boogaloo' groups

    The social media giant said it removed 220 Boogaloo Facebook groups and 95 Instagram accounts that violated its policies against organized violence.

    NBC News
  • Facebook v Twitter: how to handle Donald Trump

    As protests erupted throughout the US, Donald Trump posted incendiary comments to social media. While Twitter hid the president’s post, Facebook took no action. The Guardian’s technology editor, Alex Hern, looks at what happened next The killing of George Floyd at the hands of a US police department outraged the country and prompted protest movements across the US and then the world. As Donald Trump witnessed scenes of disorder, he did what he often does: fired off some comments on Twitter,...

    the Guardian