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Facebook confirms ban on Taliban as it is a terrorist organisation under US Law

Facebook has a dedicated team of Afghan experts to remove content and accounts favouring Taliban, the tech giant has informed.

Donald Trump sues Twitter, Facebook and Google

“We’re demanding an end to the shadow-banning, a stop to the silencing and a stop to the blacklisting, banishing and canceling that you know so well,” said Trump while addressing the media.

Facebook Oversight Board upholds the ban on Donald Trump, but questions its permanent nature saying it is a ‘vague, standardless penalty’

Facebook Oversight Board said that Donald Trump violated the norms of the platform, but permanent ban is not consistent with regular penalties

Venezuela President uses wife’s Facebook page to slam the social media giant for freezing his page

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's account was freezed by Facebook for alleged policy violation.

Facebook building an ‘under-13’ version of Instagram for children to increase the user base

Currently, children under 13 are not allowed to have Instagram accounts. Facebook is planning to launch an 'under-13' version with parental controls for children.

Parliamentary panel on IT to summon Facebook, Twitter over data safety, banning accounts

Reports have stated that the panel members have unanimously agreed upon the concerns over Twitter playing the role of publisher and censor.

Watch: Mukesh Ambani says that if the pandemic had happened 5 years ago, it would lead to disaster, hails PM Modi’s efforts

Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani in conversation with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at Fuel for India 2020 event.

Days after justifying Paris beheading, Imran Khan writes to Facebook seeking ban on ‘Islamophobic content’, whines against India

Pakistan's PM wrote to Facebook's CEO seeking ban on 'Islamophobic content' on Facebook.

US Senate Committee on Judiciary approves subpoenas for Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg asking them to testify over allegations of censorship

The senate approved the subpoenas in a 12-0 vote after both Facebook and Twitter censored a New York Post report on Joe Biden

Facebook will not accept new political ads in the last week before the US Presidential election, informs Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg put out a post today in relation to the upcoming Presidential elections in the United States

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