What did the overreaching ban on “news pages” mean for affected small arts organizations and publishers who relied on the platform to build audiences?
Over 300 arts organizations discovered their Facebook pages had been removed as a result of the site’s reaction to a recent regulation over media guidelines.
After being shared by Donald Trump, the video became the first media flagged by Twitter’s new policy to curb the spread of fake videos.
“Facebook wants you to think the problem is video-editing technology, but the real problem is Facebook’s refusal to stop the spread of disinformation,” said Drew Hammill, a spokesman for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The tech entrepreneur’s use of the word provenance serves to erase its weighty history as an art historical term — and Facebook’s complicity in spreading “fake news.”
Just hours later, ironically, one of the participating artists, Micol Hebron, had her account suspended for posting a topless photo outside of Instagram headquarters.
Mark Zuckerberg, when your platform has the ability to sway entire national elections, it’s time to take a stand.
The court also ordered that Facebook, which owns Instagram, reveal the owner of Scene and Herd, an anonymous Instagram account responsible for sparking a #MeToo movement in India’s arts community.
After an eight-year legal battle, the company has finally reached an agreement with Frédéric Durand-Baïssas. The social media giant will make an unspecified donation to a French street art association, Durand’s lawyer said.
The Antiquities Trafficking and Heritage Anthropology Research (ATHAR) Project has published a critical report on West Asian antiquities trafficking taking place more or less out in the open on Facebook.
New architectural renderings for Facebook’s offices at 15 Penn Plaza have an absurd name, but the real joke is that the company has already committed to leasing another building at One Madison Avenue.
After Spencer Tunick staged an action outside of Facebook’s NYC headquarters to protest social media censorship, many pointed out its similarity to the work of feminist artist Micol Hebron.