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Desperate Publishers Are Paying Celebrities To Post Their Articles On Facebook 

It seems that some publishers have found a nice little loophole to avoid violating Facebook’s terms of service for sponsored content. An entire industry has popped up around paying celebrities to share articles without indicating that the content is essentially sponsored.

Facebook Employees Threatened To Quit Over Trump: Report

According to a juicy new report from the Wall Street Journal, several Facebook employees threatened to quit over CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to allow posts by Donald Trump to remain on the social network.

Zuckerberg Defends Keeping Peter Thiel In Leaked Facebook Memo

In an internal company post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has defended the social network’s association with Silicon Valley billionaire and Facebook board member Peter Thiel, whose support for Donald Trump has drawn criticism and provoked heated debate in recent days.

Great, You Can Now Endorse Political Candidates On Facebook

Facebook has long been a cesspool of batshit political posts from friends and family alike, and now the company has gone and added another layer of muck: the ability to publicly endorse a candidate.

Facebook Messenger's New 'Conversation Topic' Feature Seems Creepy And Bad

According to Facebook, the Messenger app currently has around one billion users. Those users can do a lot of things: Order flowers, play games and bother everyone on their contact list with inane location updates. Now, if a new report is to be believed, users may soon receive creepy conversation topic suggestions from the app.

How To Make Sure You Never Get Locked Out Of Your Facebook Account

Whether someone’s stolen your credentials or you really can’t remember your password, if you’re ever locked out of your Facebook account, there are a number of routes you can take to get back in. One of the most effective needs to be set up in advance: telling Facebook who you trust the most.

Mark Zuckerberg Needs Help With The Voice Of His Personal Home Assistant

In the grand tradition of crowdsourcing everything, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took his personal page to ask the people a simple question: Who should be the voice of Jarvis, the home assistant he’s currently developing?

Is Facebook Disappearing Oculus Founder Palmer Luckey?

Last week in San Jose, California, thousands of mostly youngish white guys attended Oculus VR’s third annual developer’s conference. Over three days in the San Jose Convention Center, attendees milled from one talk to another and hit up parties with open bars and plenty of food. VR demos were on offer in the hallways, and Mark Zuckerberg gave a keynote speech where he talked about the future of virtual reality and demoed Facebook’s social VR app. It was all about what you’d expect, save for one notable absence: Palmer Luckey, the 24-year-old founder of Oculus VR, the company that makes the Oculus Rift headset, was nowhere to be found.

Google And Facebook Are Laying A Big Cable

Google is partnering with Facebook, Pacific Light Data Communications and TE Subcom to build a massive, super-fast undersea cable connecting Los Angeles to Hong Kong.

Facebook Had An Insane Effect On US Voter Registration

As if we needed a reminder of how intertwined Facebook and politics are in 2016, a new report citing top US election officials says that the social media company contributed to substantial increases in voter registration throughout the US during a brief drive on the site last month. This is hardly the first time Facebook has gotten involved with politics. Indeed, Facebook’s potential impact on elections is becoming more apparent than ever.

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