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# Facebook

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Facebook to hire 10,000 workers in EU to build ‘the metaverse’
Dr Anna Lembke: The smartphone has become the modern-day hypodermic needle
Dr Anna Lembke
Facebook should be fined up to €36 million over 'serious' GDPR breaches, says Data Commissioner
Facebook apologises as social media users report app outages
Five things we've learned from the Facebook whistleblower
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp outage caused by error during maintenance work, company says
Open Thread: Your tips for quitting or cutting down on social media
Zuckerberg says claim Facebook put profits over safety 'just not true'
What do Irish politicians make of calls to 'nationalise' or 'break up' Facebook?
Whistleblower says Facebook products hurt children and fuel division
Explainer: Why did Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp go down yesterday?
‘Faulty configuration change’ to blame for outage, Facebook says
WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook down with users complaining of outages
Facebook prioritises own interests over public good, whistleblower claims
Poll: How often do you use Facebook?
Facebook suspends development of Instagram app for children after widespread criticism
Ireland's data watchdog raises concerns over new Facebook/Ray-Ban smart glasses
The HSE has reported more than 1,000 Covid-19 misinformation posts on social media
WhatsApp Ireland fights back against Data Protection Commissioner's €225 million fine
'Patent ambiguity': WhatsApp's record €225 million fine underlines grave transparency issues
WhatsApp Ireland hit with record €225 million fine by Data Protection Commissioner
Facebook bans Russian firm behind Pfizer and AstraZeneca smear campaign
Facebook shuts down disinformation operation seeking to spread Covid-19 hoaxes
Facebook resolves dispute with Gavin Duffy over ads claiming he was dead
Explainer: Why bosses could be on shaky legal ground if they ask staff about vaccine status
Restaurants dealing with 'malicious, coordinated' campaign of abuse from anti-vaccine cert protesters
Gardaí examining social media posts referring to Michael D Higgins
Covid denier is a 'person of interest' in Holohan and Glynn phone harassment investigation
Biden says social media misinformation on Covid-19 is 'killing people'
Poll: Should anonymous accounts be banned from social media?
Ireland is holding out on the historic global deal on corporate tax. Why? And at what cost?
Facebook to make remote working permanent option for staff - even from abroad
Facebook to uphold Trump ban until January 2023
EU to examine Facebook's use of advertiser data
'I was appalled': Tánaiste asked social media firms to combat 'illegal' gatherings after Grafton St protest
Facebook says its content moderators are ‘not denied access’ to non-disclosure agreements
High Court rejects Facebook bid to block probe that could stop data transfers from EU to US
Facebook moderators facing toxic content told to take up ‘karaoke and painting’, Committee hears
Donald Trump could be allowed to return to Facebook today - here's what you need to know
Trump launches personal communication webpage ahead of Facebook decision on ban