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
Facebook Newsroom – 11.14.18 (11.13.18)
Earlier this year, we made a pledge to train 1 million US business owners and equip more people with the digital skills they need to compete in the modern workplace. Today we’re sharing updates about new tools and resources to further this commitment, helping people access new career opportunities.
Read more: Helping People Find and Develop their Careers
Facebook News – 11.8.18
Portal and Portal+ are new video-calling devices that make it easier to stay connected with your closest friends and family, and you can buy them in the US starting today.
You can purchase Portal for $199 USD and Portal+ for $349 USD from portal.facebook.com, Amazon.com, BestBuy.com as well as Amazon Books and Best Buy stores nationwide. Just in time for the holidays, you can also get $100 USD off any two devices — this means a bundle of two Portal devices is just $298 USD.
Read more: Portal and Portal+ Shipping Now | Facebook Newsroom
Facebook Newsroom- 10.24.18 (10.19.18)
Every day, our team fights the spread of false news through a combination of technology and assessments from independent third-party fact-checkers. With every false story that surfaces, we learn a bit more about how misinformation takes shape online and, hopefully, how we can detect it earlier. In this new series, we’ll look at some pieces of false news that recently circulated on Facebook — both those we’ve caught and some we missed.
Read more: The Hunt for False News