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|Day's Range||153.00 - 158.00|
|52 Week Range||137.60 - 186.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||39.16|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Austria's Supreme Court is referring a legal challenge over the extent of Facebook's responsibility to remove hate speech postings to Europe's top court for an opinion (via derStandard.at). The case has clear implications for freedom of speech online. The original lawsuit against Facebook was filed by the former leader of the Austrian Green Party, Eva Glawischnig, in 2016, after she had sought to have what she claimed were defamatory postings removed from the site (and Facebook had refused to take them down).
Google and Facebook are trying to make a splash in China by satiating Beijing's appetite for advanced technology, but it remains to be seen whether their latest efforts will pay off.
Under a German law in effect since Jan. 1, Facebook and other social platforms now are responsible for keeping illegal content off their sites—and finding the job is harder than it looks.
Chief executives of more than 100 companies -- including Facebook Inc., Apple Inc. and General Motors Co. -- are urging Congress to pass by next week legislation to protect "dreamers," undocumented ...
Apple, Alphabet, Facebook, Microsoft and Alibaba are trading near record highs ahead of quarterly results, which can trigger a sudden and sharp rise or decline in shares.
The Facebook video chat device will compete against Amazon's Echo Show, an addition to its line of smart speakers.
The hearing before the Senate Committee next week is titled “Terrorism and Social Media: #IsBigTechDoingEnough?”
In an effort to up its signal to noise ratio, Facebook may go local. The company is testing a new area of its app called "Today In," a mix of city-specific events, announcements and local news. For its new local hub, Facebook is starting with a small batch of test markets.
Messenger Kids, Facebook's new app designed to allow those under the age of 13 to more safely communicate thanks to parental controls, is today launching on Fire tablets. The service had originally debuted on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in early December, but today's launch will also see it arrive on the Amazon Appstore in the U.S., as well. The move comes at a difficult time for Facebook and for social media in general, where there are increasing concerns about social media's ability to addict adults, and the impact that screen time has on children in particular.
Tony Fadell goes on a tweet storm about how big tech should facilitate the construction of usage monitoring tools.
Apple, Facebook, Google or Amazon all could consider buying a Hollywood film studio as they look to plant a stake in the ground of the rapidly evolving digital media landscape.
Roger McNamee spent years helping to build Facebook and finds it "unbelievably painful" to think about where it is today
A tussle between prominent investors and Apple over iPhone use by young people comes amid a nascent re-evaluation of the smartphone’s social consequences within the industry that spawned it.
As fellow tech giants Amazon, Google, and Apple go after the burgeoning smart device market, Facebook wants in too. Its product, digital outlet Cheddar reports, a voice-enabled video chat device named Portal, will directly compete with Amazon’s Echo product line to enter consumer homes. Rather than portray the device as a smart assistant, however, Facebook…
The booming home technology marketplace looks set to get even more crowded soon. On Tuesday, Cheddar reported that Facebook may introduce a new video chat device, meant for the tabletop rather than your pocket, later this year. • The device, reportedly named “Portal,” could sell for about $500, which would be at the high end of the range inhabited by Amazon’s Echo, Google’s Home, and Apple’s coming-soon HomePod.
Longtime Silicon Valley investor Roger McNamee says that mentoring Mark Zuckerberg in Facebook’s early days, and his influence on the company, had been his “proudest accomplishment.” But, like others involved with Facebook in its infancy, including its founding president Sean Parker and former executive Chamath Palihapitiya, McNamee has become disillusioned, and is demanding that the…
Internet giants like Facebook (FB.O), Google's YouTube (GOOGL.O) and Twitter (TWTR.N) are not taking down illegal content from their websites fast enough, the European Union executive said on Tuesday after meeting with the companies. Several European governments have increased pressure on social media companies to do more to remove illegal content - from incitement to hatred and racism to extremist material to counterfeit products being sold online - and the companies have gone to greater efforts to detail the changes they are making.
Roger McNamee, one of Facebook's early investors and a former mentor to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, warns of the social media giant's harmful and potentially irreversible effects on society. McNamee, managing director of the private equity firm Elevation Partners, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the argument he makes in a new Washington Monthly essay, "How to fix Facebook -- before it fixes us." He claims Facebook has prioritized advertisers and not protected users. McNamee still holds a stake in Facebook.