Mark Zuckerberg

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Facebook suspends Trump for 2 years, then will reassess

Social media

Facebook said it will suspend former US President Donald Trump’s accounts for two years following its finding that he stoked violence ahead of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.

Mark Zuckerberg stands in front of a blue backdrop and speaks on climate misinformation using his hands

Major environmental groups join Facebook ad boycott to protest climate misinformation

Climate Change
A large crowd of people are shown walking and wearing protective face masks in a train station.

Discussion: Stopping the spread of misinformation amid the coronavirus crisis

Facebook Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg attends the annual Munich Security Conference in Germany, on Feb. 15, 2020.

Analysis: Facebook is undermining democracy

Margrethe Vestager

Europe is not afraid to regulate Big Tech. EU Competition Commissioner Vestager explains why.

The Facebook logo is reflected in the lenses of a woman's glasses

We asked listeners why they can’t quit Facebook. Here’s what you said.

Facebook turns 15 and we asked listeners why they were still using the social media site. For some, it was keeping in touch. For others, it’s simple FOMO.

A campaigner from a political pressure group wears an oversized mask of founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg

International lawmakers seek global regulations for social media

For the first time in decades, the UK and nine other countries met to talk about disinformation, fake news, electoral interference and data misuse. But Mark Zuckerberg didn’t make an appearance.

A protester holds an European Union flag next to cardboard cutouts depicting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during a demonstration ahead of a meeting between Zuckerberg and leaders of the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, May 22, 2018.

European lawmakers had tough questions for Mark Zuckerberg. For the most part, he ducked them.


Several MEPs blamed the meeting’s format for the lack of answers. After nearly an hour of questioning, Zuckerberg was left with about 25 minutes to selectively answer them. He gave away little and promised to provide more details in writing.

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For years, activists in Southeast Asia warned Facebook that content on the platform could lead to real-life violence. Then it did.

Global Politics

“We didn’t do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm,” Mark Zuckerberg said during a company earnings call

Dozens of cardboard cutouts of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg are seen during an protest outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., April 10, 2018.

Activists in Myanmar welcome Zuckerberg’s pledge to clamp down on hate speech. But is it enough?


During Congressional hearings this week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pledged to dedicate more resources to moderate hate speech and other content. But some digital rights activists in Myanmar, where the platform has been used to incite ethnic violence, say Facebook is not doing enough.