Meta Blog – 3.16.22
Parents and guardians know what’s best for their teens, and in December I committed to developing new supervision tools that allow them to be more involved in their teens’ experiences.
Today, we’re making these supervision tools available in our new Family Center. We worked closely with experts, parents, guardians and teens to develop Family Center, a new place for parents to oversee their teens’ accounts within Meta technologies, set up and use supervision tools, and access resources on how to communicate with their teens about internet use.
Source: Introducing Family Center and Parental Supervision Tools on Instagram and in VR | Meta
Facebook Newsroom – 5.8.20
This week we introduced the new Facebook.com. Announced at F8 last year, it will now be the web experience for Facebook globally. It’s faster, easier to use and gives your eyes a break with Dark Mode.
Full Post: The New Facebook.com – About Facebook
Facebook Newsroom – 11.7.19 (11.4.19)
Facebook started as a single app. Now, 15 years later, we offer a suite of products that help people connect to their friends and family, find communities and grow businesses.
Today, we’re updating our company branding to be clearer about the products that come from Facebook. We’re introducing a new company logo and further distinguishing the Facebook company from the Facebook app, which will keep its own branding.
Source: Introducing Our New Company Brand
Facebook Newsroom – 10.31.19 (10.29.19)
At Facebook, we believe that women should have equal access to all of the economic opportunity, education and social connection the internet provides.
Source: Making Facebook a Safer, More Welcoming Place for Women
Facebook Newsroom – 8.14.19
As Mark Zuckerberg laid out earlier this year, social networks can serve as the digital equivalent of a town square or a living room. We know people have needs for both public spaces where you can share with a wide audience and private ones where you can share more intimately. For Facebook Groups, people have historically been able to choose between being public, closed or secret settings for their group. To better match people’s expectations and help provide more clarity, we’re rolling out a new simplified privacy model for Groups — public and private.
Read more: Making Groups Privacy Settings Easier to Understand