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.
As more people die but their internet presences linger, we have to find ways to grapple with these documents of who they were.
But what will happen to our personal data when we give up the (digital) ghost? Research from Oxford University suggests a curious change.
Ruben Cordova used his social media profile as an archive of his research, but his photos of the Met Breuer’s Like Life exhibition triggered Facebook’s censors, who then permanently disabled his profile.
An Italian woman’s post featuring the 30,000-year-old artifact was removed late last year; last month, the museum that houses it called out the social network.
Frédéric Durand-Baïssas finally had his day in court with Facebook more than six years after his account was deleted.
The Guardian has seen more than 100 internal documents from the social media giant, including one clarifying guidelines on sex and nudity in art.