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Suit says Google, Facebook chiefs OK'd market pact

Top bosses of Google and Facebook were directly involved in approving an allegedly illegal 2018 deal to cement their dominance of the online advertising market, US court documents revealed Friday.

Suit says Google, Facebook chiefs OK'd market pact

Facebook faces UK legal action over 'dominance'

Facebook was set to be targeted Friday by a multi-billion-dollar class action suit from a British competition law expert, who alleges that the US social network abused its dominant position with ...

Facebook faces UK legal action over 'dominance'

France hits Google, Facebook with 237m fines over 'cookies'

French regulators have hit Google and Facebook with 210 million euros ($237 million) in fines over their use of "cookies", the data used to track users online, authorities said Thursday.

France hits Google, Facebook with 237m fines over 'cookies'

US Air Force veteran doesn’t consider Biden ‘as president’

Although no credible evidence of 2020 election fraud has emerged, Wood insisted it has been “suppressed by the mainstream media”

Jim Wood, an Air Force Veteran and member of the New Hampshire voter integrity group, speaks to reporters standing in front of his barn in Merrimack, New Hampshire on 15 December 2021

Above 1000 Bangladeshi journalists get Facebook-supported training

Facebook Fundamentals for News, a training programme organised by Center for Communication Action Bangladesh (C-CAB) with support from Meta Journalism Project, has trained 1000 local journalists, ...

Above 1000 Bangladeshi journalists get Facebook-supported training

Rohingya lawsuit against Facebook a ‘wake-up call’ for social media

The progress of the lawsuit would be keenly watched by not just the Rohingya, but also other groups and individuals who have been harmed by online hate speech

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Rohingya sue Facebook for $150bn over hate speech

The legal complaint argues that Facebook’s algorithms drive susceptible users to join ever-more extreme groups, a situation that is “open to exploitation by autocratic politicians and regimes”

Smoke is seen on the Myanmar border as Rohingya refugees walk on the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border by boat through the Bay of Bengal, in Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh on 11 September 2017

‘Metaverse’ hype fuels booming digital property market

“Metaverse” has been a Silicon Valley buzzword for months, but interest soared in October after Facebook’s parent company renamed itself “Meta” as it shifts its focus towards VR

‘Metaverse’ hype fuels booming digital property market

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2 cases filed for ‘spreading propaganda’ against info minister

Two cases were lodged under Digital Security Act on allegation of spreading false information and fabricated photo against minister Hasan Mahmud

2 cases filed for ‘spreading propaganda’ against info minister

India hunts 'fake news' spreaders after anti-Muslim attacks

Indian police are seeking the owners of around 100 social media accounts accused of sharing "fake news" after mob attacks on mosques in the country's northeast.

India hunts 'fake news' spreaders after anti-Muslim attacks
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