Hate Crime Charges Filed In Facebook Live Stream Of Torture Four African-Americans are facing hate crime charges over a disturbing video broadcast live on Facebook showing a mentally disabled white man being beaten and threatened with a knife then forced to drink from a toilet.
Man Accused Of Facebook Threats Against Trump Opts To Stay In JailA Broward man accused of making Facebook threats against President-elect Donald Trump will remain in jail.
Facebook's Zuckerberg Unveils AI Assistant, With Morgan Freeman's VoiceFacebook's Mark Zuckerberg enlisted the help of Morgan Freeman while unveiling his new artificial intelligence assistant.
EU Watchdog Probes Facebook Over WhatsApp Merger The European Union's merger watchdog is looking into whether Facebook gave misleading information about its takeover of messaging service WhatsApp.
Facebook Responds To Fake News: 'Committed' To Fixing EpidemicFacebook released a statement detailing how they're going to combat fake news.
Trump Taps Elon Musk, Uber & Pepsi CEOs To Strategy TeamElon Musk is joining Donald Trump's advisory team after the President-elect met with several tech titans Wednesday.
Facebook Live Stream Shows Driver's Crash At 116 mphPolice say a Rhode Island man who streamed himself on Facebook Live driving 116 mph before crashing into a garbage truck and a concrete barrier was driving with a suspended license.
Cuban Americans Share Family Histories On Social Media When news of Fidel Castro's death first broke, Cuban Americans in South Florida took to the streets with pots and pans.
Signing Off: Stressed Celebs Take Social Media SabbaticalShould you delete yourself? It may be time for a social media sabbatical.
Here's What Facebook Is Doing To Quash Fake NewsAmid concerns of fake news circulating Facebook, its founder, Mark Zuckerberg took to his platform to spread the word on how to fight it.
Facebook Boosts Efforts To 'Do Good' With New ToolsFacebook is offering users new tools to 'do good.'
Zuckerberg: That Facebook Influenced Election Is 'Crazy'The idea that fake news spread on Facebook may have influenced the outcome of the U.S. election is "crazy," say Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

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