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Facebook moves set back civil rights: audit

Facebook moves set back civil rights: audit

Facebook has made a series of decisions that undermined civil rights, including allowing posts from President Donald Trump that violate the values of the leading social network, an independent audit report said Wednesday.The audit commissioned by Facebook in 2

US voices concern over Vietnam sentence to Facebook user

US voices concern over Vietnam sentence to Facebook user

The United States on Wednesday voiced concern after Vietnam handed down an eight year prison sentence to a Facebook user who broadcast pro-democracy views, calling on Hanoi to allow freedom of expression.Nguyen Quoc Duc Vuong had spoken of his support for demo

US voices concern over Vietnam sentence to Facebook user

US voices concern over Vietnam sentence to Facebook user

The United States on Wednesday voiced concern after Vietnam handed down an eight year prison sentence to a Facebook user who broadcast pro-democracy views, calling on Hanoi to allow freedom of expression.Nguyen Quoc Duc Vuong had spoken of his support for demo

Facebook ad boycott organizers say no progress on hate speech

Facebook ad boycott organizers say no progress on hate speech

Organizers of a Facebook ad boycott vowed to press on with their campaign, saying the social network's top executives had failed to offer meaningful action on curbing hateful content.At a virtual meeting that included Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg,

National Gallery becomes first major London museum to reopen

National Gallery becomes first major London museum to reopen

Britain's National Gallery reopens on Wednesday, with masks recommended and social distancing and advance booking mandatory, as the country continues to emerge from three months of coronavirus lockdown.The central London venue is the first major art museum in