Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners Co-Founder and an early Facebook investor, discusses whether the social media company should be broken up.
Facebook should focus on making its PR problem go away, said Roger McNamee.
Elevation Partners co-founder, Roger McNamee, who mentored Mark Zuckerberg, on Facebook’s move to restrict livestreams for users that break the rules.
Candidates differ on how significant of step to take when it comes to big tech.
Facebook co-founder calls for breakup of social media giant, says Mark Zuckerberg has 'unchecked power'
Chris Hughes called on the U.S. government to “hold Mark accountable,” adding that Zuckerberg’s “focus on growth led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks.”
The FTC launched an inquiry into Facebook's data practices in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Facebook has since discontinued the email password verification requirements.
The annual list taps leaders and notable figures from across the public spectrum, including business, politics, sports and the arts.
Amid countless issues, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants the Internet to have more rules.
Zuckerberg said there are four areas where more oversight is necessary: harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability.
In April users who search for terms associated with white supremacy will be instead directed to Life After Hate.
Rather than endlessly devise new programs to try to maintain a semblance of responsibility and control, why doesn’t Facebook do what everyone in politics does by second nature: pass the buck.
The social media site has fixed the issue, according to a blog post.
Deke Digital Founder & CEO Dave Maney discusses how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the social media giant will pivot toward a “privacy-focused’ platform.
“Zucked” author Roger McNamee on how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted a 3,000-word note, which stated that he wants to shift the social media giant toward a more “privacy-focused” platform.
America’s most generous billionaires gave half as much to charity in 2018 as they did in 2017. Here is a breakdown.
It would be the largest fine the FTC has ever imposed on a technology company (although they haven't settled on an exact number yet).
Caryn Marooney will stay at the company until a replacement has been found.
The feature will allow businesses to manage messages from both Facebook Messenger and Instagram through the same portal.
From record profits to a slew of scandals: A lot has happened since its launch.