Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg answers questions for the House Financial Services Committee during October 2019.

Facebook Employees Say Ad Policy Will Spread More Misinformation

After political action committees gamed Facebook's new ad system, employees spoke out about how it may add to disinformation they're trying to fight.

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Facebook Employees Voice Concerns Over Political Ads Policy

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Microsoft Wins $10 Billion Pentagon Cloud Contract Contest

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Facebook Launches News Feed With The Help Of Journalists

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Streaming And Binge-Watching Have Changed The Way TV Shows Are Written

2:34Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg answers questions at a House Financial Services Committee Hearing on October 23, 2019
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Zuckerberg Faces Tough Questions On Libra's Diversity

1:36Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
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Facebook Pledges $1B For Affordable Housing Ahead Of CEO's Testimony

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The Regional Dialects Of The Internet

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Netflix's Latest Earnings Report Shows A Calm Before The Storm

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Facebook's Libra Cryptocurrency Forms Governing Association

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New Zealand To Create Unit To Tackle Online Extremism

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Apple Pulls Police Tracking App Used By Hong Kong Protesters

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Mark Zuckerberg To Testify In Congress About Planned Cryptocurrency

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The Creator Of 'Law & Order' Isn't Leaving Broadcast TV Anytime Soon

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Twitter Says Some Personal Info May Have Been Misused For Ad Targeting

1:01New York Attorney General Letitia James speaks during a press conference.
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Dozens Of State Attorneys General To Investigate Facebook

1:22Facebook's logo is shown during the F8 Facebook Developers conference in April, 2019
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The Future of Facebook's Currency Looks Rocky As It Loses Supporters

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U.S., U.K. Agreement Would Ease Barriers To Data In Investigations

3:35"Schitt's Creek" promotional poster
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Which Country Makes The Most Globally In-Demand TV Shows?

1:03Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos
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Amazon Writing Up Possible Facial Recognition Legislation

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Google Doesn't Have To Apply 'Right To Be Forgotten' Outside Of The EU

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Apple Will Make Newest Mac Pro In Texas, Avoiding Tariffs

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The Future Of The Streaming Industry? Advertisements.

2:21Ken Jeong and D'Arcy Carden at the Emmys
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Online Platforms Are Big At The Emmys — But That Wasn't Always True

4:21Posters for "Friends" and "The Office"
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Streaming Companies Are Betting Big With Your Favorite Sitcoms

2:50Man holds Oscar envelope for best picture.
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New Jersey Allowed Oscar Betting Last Year. Could It Happen Again?

0:57The Google logo is displayed at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California
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Google Settles For Over $1B In French Tax Dispute

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This Pa. Town Is An Unlikely Front In The U.S.-China Trade War

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Tech Giants Face New Antitrust Investigation, This Time From State AGs

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Experts Say Netflix's Theatrical Debuts Are Just 'Token Releases'