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No special treatment: Fake video of Zuckerberg stays on Instagram

Instagram will refrain from taking down a "deepfake video" of Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg bragging about controlling billions of people's "stolen" personal data.

Zuckerberg security chief placed on leave amid probe over racist remarks

Liam Booth, a former Secret Service officer, is also accused of making homophobic remarks.

Unhappy Facebook investors seek to confront Zuckerberg, board

Facebook Inc.’s board of directors proposes to change the company’s dual-class voting structure benefiting CEO Mark Zuckerberg despite him owning only a minority of the company’s shares.

Breakup isn’t the answer, Facebook’s Zuckerberg says

Mark Zuckerberg's defence comes as the company recently disabled billions of bogus accounts and says that 5% of active accounts are likely fakes.

Facebook rejects co-founder’s call for breakup, senator urges US antitrust probe

Hughes co-founded Facebook in 2004 at Harvard with Zuckerberg and Dustin Moskovitz. He left Facebook in 2007.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg preaches privacy, but evidence is elusive

Will Facebook be able to live up to its message, 'The future if private' despite controversies surrounding its privacy?

Facebook’s Zuckerberg builds his wife a glowing ‘sleep box’

Zuckerberg built the box to help his wife sleep better through the night.

Sisa sampah rumah Zuckerberg beri pendapatan lumayan kepada gelandangan

Pelbagai barang berharga termasuk pembersih vakum, pengering rambut, mesin kopi dibuang dalam tong sampah dan masih boleh digunakan

Facebook spends US$22.6 million to keep Mark Zuckerberg safe

The founder also received US$2.6 million for personal use of private jets, which the company says is part of his overall security program.

Zuckerberg’s nets a cool US$22.6 mln paycheck last year

Facebook is also revamping its board of directors in a bid to push into video.

Zuckerberg’s bad week got worse with livestreamed shooting

As a service outage, executive departures and a criminal probe damages Facebook's reputation, the Facebook video of the Christchurch massacre fuels further criticism of the company.

Zuckerberg sees Facebook future in private, small-scale messaging

Zuckerberg's announcement signals a strategic shift for Facebook as it seeks to navigate a drawn-out crisis over privacy and data protection.

New York Times pokes Zuckerberg with anniversary video

The video congratulates Mark Zuckerberg for turning Facebook into an online behemoth, but spends most of its time playfully flipping through virtual cards recounting its troubles with privacy, hacking, hate speech, violence and more.

Facebook at 15: a titan with grown-up woes

Facebook has seen unprecedented success by amassing more than 2.3 billion people worldwide.

Zuckerberg vaults to No.5 in wealth ranking as Facebook surges

Shares of Facebook surged 11% to US$166.69, the biggest 1-day gain in 3 years.

Zuckerberg sees ‘progress’ for Facebook after tumultuous year

He says Facebook now has more than 30,000 people "working on safety" and invests billions of dollars in security.

Civil rights groups call for Facebook board overhaul

Civil rights groups called on Facebook to purge Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg from its board.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg says he is not considering resigning

Zuckerberg also defended Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, who has drawn criticism over her handling of the social media giant's recent crises.

Up to 50 million Facebook accounts breached in attack

The leading social network said it learned this week that hackers exploited a trio of software flaws to steal "access tokens."

WhatsApp co-founder Acton flags tensions with Zuckerberg

Acton had proposed monetizing WhatsApp through a metered-user model, charging users after a certain large number of free messages were used up - his plans were shot down by Sandberg.

Zuckerberg says internet firms in ‘arms race’ for democracy

Zuckerberg's op-ed comes on the eve of hearings during which lawmakers are expected to grill top executives from Facebook and Twitter.

Facebook fugitive Ceglia is fighting extradition from Ecuador

Ceglia challenged his extradition in a hearing in Quito, claiming a treaty between the US and Ecuador doesn’t cover the crimes of mail fraud and wire fraud, with which he’s charged.

Facebook fugitive Paul Ceglia arrested in Ecuador

Ceglia fled before his scheduled trial in Manhattan federal court on mail fraud and wire fraud charges, over alleged forging of documents to extort Facebook and Zuckerberg.

Inequality helps explain why young billionaires are so boring

Last Friday, the legendary investor, 87, was surpassed in wealth by 34-year-old Mark Zuckerberg.