Lydia Emmanouilidou is a producer for PRI's The World
Several MEPs blamed the meeting's format for the lack of answers. After nearly an hour of questioning, Zuckerberg was left with about 25 minutes to selectively answer them. He gave away little and promised to provide more details in writing.
"We didn’t do enough to prevent these tools from being used for harm," Mark Zuckerberg said during a company earnings call
A federal court ruling gives the government 90 days to explain why it changed the immigration policy — or to begin accepting new DACA applicants.
The Russian government is moving to block the messaging app after the company refused to comply with a court order demanding access to user data. But so far, the ban hasn’t gone as smoothly as Russian authorities had hoped.
During Congressional hearings this week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pledged to dedicate more resources to moderate hate speech and other content. But some digital rights activists in Myanmar, where the platform has been used to incite ethnic violence, say Facebook is not doing enough.