COO Sheryl Sandberg says the social network has made progress in removing hateful content but must get better.
Social media addicts, rejoice.
The social network is directing users to the Census Bureau's website.
The spread of misinformation is still a big problem for social networks.
Sandberg's late husband, SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg, died in 2015. Her 2017 book focused on dealing with grief following his death.
COO Sheryl Sandberg is visiting London to speak about Facebook's continued investment in the UK.
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In over six years of testing tech, this is a first for me.
Facebook continues to face questions about its role in elections.
It wasn't just Steve Jobs, Elon Musk and Hillary Clinton who said things worth remembering in the last decade. A frustrated judge also questioned whether an overeager Apple lawyer was smoking crack, for example.
The money from the Facebook COO will be used by the Anti-Defamation League to support anti-hate education programs, research and advocacy.
This week's most important tech headlines include new reasons why Jony Ive is leaving Apple, Facebook's civil rights task force and Samsung's confirmation of a Galaxy Note 10 event on August 7th in New York.