Facebook Newsroom – 12.12.18
Life events on Facebook are a way to share, celebrate and come together around your most important milestones with friends and family. Just as they are in real life, life events on Facebook are distinguished from other everyday moments. To ensure these moments stand out even more, we’re redesigning this feature to give you more ways to commemorate your life events and help your friends see these important milestones.
Read more: Giving People New Ways to Commemorate Moments on Facebook
Facebook Newsroom – 12.5.18 (12.4.18)
The holiday season is in full swing, and people are turning to Facebook to find and buy gifts. To help you send gift ideas more easily, we’re introducing the ability for people to share a collection of content saved on Facebook with specific friends and family.
Read more: A New Way to Share Gift Ideas on Facebook
Facebook Newsroom – 12.3.18 (11.30.18)
We’ve explored a variety of hard topics on Inside Feed, such as our fight against false newsand how we’re working to prevent election interference.
These aren’t the only areas where we want to get to the bottom of how our products work. Search functionality is a key topic of conversation within the tech industry, from questions about how social media sites surface political accounts to potential bias in search results.
Read more: How Facebook Search Works, in Under Two Minutes
Facebook Newsroom – 11.19.18 (11.15.18)
Maintaining transparency around the nature and extent of the government requests we receive for user data, and how we make decisions about what content stays up or what comes down on Facebook, is really important to us. Each half we issue a Transparency Report to share what we’ve seen in these areas and believe that this kind of transparency helps hold governments and Facebook accountable.
Read more: Our Continued Commitment to Transparency
Facebook Newsroom – 11.15.18 (11.13.18)
Over the last year, we have been much more proactive in finding and removing inauthentic behavior, including from foreign actors. To stay ahead, we need to work closely with government, the security community and other tech companies. Last week’s takedowns were a good example of that work in action.
Read more: More Information About Last Week’s Takedowns