A number of major news outlets publish reports focused on the social network's struggle to contain dangerous content.
Leaked company documents are providing more insight into how Facebook moderates political content.
The quasi-independent panel says the company failed to provide complete information.
Another former employee is speaking out against the social network, reports The Washington Post.
An internal report viewed by The Wall Street Journal shows the company could be grappling with just how many active users it has.
In today's top stories, a report suggests Facebook will rename itself soon, Samsung starts customization for one of its flip phones and Wing is expanding its drone delivery services to Texas.
Is the site's name really the issue? Spoiler: It's not.
The social network is also introducing a new feature so people who manage Groups know content from members has been flagged by Facebook.
The new name will reflect focus on the metaverse, The Verge reports.
The company failed to provide updates about whether it was still competing with the gif platform after purchasing it, the UK's competition regulator says.
Facebook's larger issues aside, this smart display is still miles behind the competition.
The Portal Plus is a large smart display with some cool tricks, but there's a Facebook-sized elephant in the room.