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# Facebook

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Sinn Féin denies party is microtargeting people on Facebook
Data Protection Commission launches probe into Facebook over user data breach
Four Government ministers among 65 TDs whose details are contained in leaked Facebook database
Data watchdog awaiting 'firm answers' from Facebook over information leak
Facebook accused of ‘disingenuous’ submission over Electoral Reform Bill
Facebook 'concerned' over plans to regulate online political advertising in Ireland
News Corp strikes Facebook pay deal for Australian news
Suspended sentence for man who used fake Love/Hate actor Facebook accounts to ask teen for naked images
Suicide organisations warn of exaggerated or false information being shared online
$650 million settlement approved in privacy lawsuit against Facebook
Facebook pledges to invest at least $1 billion in journalism over next three years
Facebook to lift ban on Australian news pages after reaching deal on media law
Facebook shuts down Instagram accounts advertising illegal St Patricks Day rave
'Drastic action': Could the Facebook block of Australian news become an issue in other countries?
Australia and Facebook hold high-stakes talks over sweeping news ban
Australian PM hits out at 'arrogant' Facebook after citizens blocked from viewing and sharing news
Facebook blocks Australians from viewing and sharing news
Varadkar tells Facebook moderators he will contact social media giant on their behalf
Dublin woman sues Facebook over her account being hacked
Google threatens to pull search engine in Australia amid row over paying media outlets
Facebook refers Donald Trump ban to its 'supreme court' to rule on whether suspension should stand
WhatsApp reassures users of privacy as people flock to Signal and Telegram
Debunked: A comparison of deaths between January and October 2020 and other years is misleading
Facebook exec says there are 'no plans' to end Trump ban
'They're compromised': Washington riots raise thorny questions about policing, disinformation and social media
Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts blocked 'indefinitely' following Capitol riots
Facebook and Twitter both (temporarily) ban Donald Trump from posting for the first time
Debunked: No, this US nurse who fainted after her Covid-19 vaccine has not died
Facebook would have difficulty complying with order sought by ex-FF TD, High Court hears
EU unveils new rules to curb tech giants' power
Facebook anti-trust lawsuits seek to divest Instagram and WhatsApp
Facebook and Twitter defend handling of US election misinformation in heated Senate hearing
Twitter suspends Steve Bannon's account for saying Dr Anthony Fauci should be beheaded
Looking for love in lockdown? Facebook Dating has launched in Ireland
Facebook to ban content that denies or distorts the Holocaust
Privacy activist Max Schrems challenges DPC probe of Facebook EU-US data transfers
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google have too much power and abuse their positions, US Congress report says
Gardaí launch crackdown on firework sellers trading on social media
'The Infodemic': Ireland's weak far-right hopes to gain from online conspiracies and misinformation
Facebook seeks to quash Data Protection Commissioner's decision over transfer of user data