Facebook pushed back Wednesday afternoon on a Wall Street Journal report that said the company had “uncovered emails” that could show CEO Mark Zuckerberg “knew of problematic privacy practices” at the company.
Facebook refused to remove a doctored video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last month, but this week the company faces a new quandary: Will it remove a fake video of its own CEO, Mark Zuckerberg?
A growing number of lawmakers and Facebook insiders are raising concerns about whether the company, and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg, have too much power. Now, Facebook shareholders are about to make a similar case to Zuckerberg and other Facebook executives.
Facebook has registered a new blockchain unit in Switzerland and hired more experts to develop payments on WhatsApp. It has also caught the attention of regulators.