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A pinch where it hurts: can Facebook weather the ad boycott?

A pinch where it hurts: can Facebook weather the ad boycott?

Lawsuit accuses property managers of ageist Facebook ads

Lawsuit accuses property managers of ageist Facebook ads

Lululemon, MEC, Arc’teryx and Moosehead Breweries join Facebook ad boycott

Lululemon, MEC, Arc’teryx and Moosehead Breweries join Facebook ad boycott

Lululemon, MEC, Arc’teryx and Moosehead Breweries join Facebook ad boycott

Lululemon, MEC, Arc’teryx and Moosehead Breweries join Facebook ad boycott
Facebook to label all rule-breaking posts - even Trump’s

Facebook to label all rule-breaking posts – even Trump’s

Facebook to label all rule-breaking posts - even Trump’s

Facebook to label all rule-breaking posts - even Trump’s
The Competition Bureau said Facebook gave the false impression that its privacy settings would give users control over who could see and access their personal information, in a May 19, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Facebook pays $9.5 million to end Competition Bureau’s probe into privacy claims

False impression that privacy settings gave users control over personal information

The Competition Bureau said Facebook gave the false impression that its privacy settings would give users control over who could see and access their personal information, in a May 19, 2020 story. (Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Facebook, Google and Twitter are introducing stricter rules, altered algorithms and thousands of fact checks to stop the spread of bad misinformation online about the virus, in an April 16, 2020 story. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)

Facebook to warn users who ‘liked’ coronavirus hoaxes

Warning labels stopped 95 per cent of users

  • Apr 17, 2020
Facebook, Google and Twitter are introducing stricter rules, altered algorithms and thousands of fact checks to stop the spread of bad misinformation online about the virus, in an April 16, 2020 story. (Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien speaks during a news conference in Ottawa on December 10, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Federal privacy watchdog wants judge to declare Facebook broke laws on personal info

In 2019, Daniel Therrien found that Facebook allowed personal data to be used for political purposes

Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien speaks during a news conference in Ottawa on December 10, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
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How to keep local news visible in your Facebook feed

Facebook has changed the news feed to emphasize personal connections. You might see less news.

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Facebook to turn over Russia-linked ads

Facebook to turn over Russia-linked ads

Social media giant is expected to meet with Congress Monday

Facebook to turn over Russia-linked ads