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# Facebook

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Ireland's corporation tax receipts set to take a hit under new rules and fall by up to €2bn
Facebook helped get Donald Trump elected, says senior executive
Fine Gael spent over €13,000 promoting by-election candidates on Facebook and Instagram
Gay Byrne, Brexit and Donald Trump: What people were talking about on Facebook in 2019
'Organic but organised': How misinformation is spreading in the UK election campaign
Moderators taking action against Facebook over violent imagery and graphic content
Governments need to work with tech companies to curb hate speech, says Facebook anti-terror chief
Contempt of court proceedings against Facebook, Twitter over Kriegel killers' identities struck out
'An impossible task': Facebook counter-terrorism chief on trying to rid social media of extremist content
Facebook deleting name of potential whistleblower at centre of Trump impeachment probe
New legislation will regulate political advertising on social media
Facebook is now FACEBOOK - but you won't be seeing their shouty new logo on your own account
Facebook defends inclusion of 'alt-right platform' Breitbart News on new journalism feature
Ocasio-Cortez to Zuckerberg: 'You won't take down lies or you will take down lies?'
Man claims he didn't know that threat to share pictures of girl (12) performing sex act was a crime
Twitter defends response to 'absolutely abhorrent' abuse directed at Ryan family
Nursing home manager sacked after sharing images of dead resident on Facebook
Facebook warned that new privacy rules could aid terrorism and child abuse
Where Ireland fits into Facebook's grand plans for its Libra cryptocurrency
Taoiseach says Facebook's standards must be reviewed after posts about QIH executives left online for years
Facebook says it removed a 'significant number of posts' about QIH executives in recent years
Facebook to buy tech start-up working on mind control technology
Facebook suspends 'tens of thousands' of apps in privacy review
Palestinian politician to pursue defamation case against Facebook in Irish High Court
Harris says social media companies should ban accounts that spread misinformation about vaccines
Harris asks social media companies and sporting organisations to help raise vaccine awareness
Facebook launches new privacy tool to limit data-scraping from third-party websites and apps
Twitter and Facebook accuse China of social media campaign against Hong Kong protesters
Facebook paid contractors to transcribe audio clips from Messenger users
Injunction against Facebook and Twitter following Ana Kriegel trial to remain until November
United States announces investigation into whether major online companies have 'stifled' competition
Facebook flaw allowed thousands of children to join chats with people not approved by parents
Privacy concerns raised over app that makes you look older through artificial technology
Facebook set for $5 billion fine in the US over privacy and data protection failings
US Border Patrol investigating 'disturbing' Facebook group allegedly filled with racist memes
Facebook urges against 'punitive' fines for firms who breach Government's new online safety laws
Facebook's Libra project could be a watershed moment for the blockchain industry
Liam Murphy
Complaint of 'racism' against Wexford shop whose owner painted his face black for advert upheld
Facebook and Twitter representatives to appear before court after Ana Kriegel murderers identified online
Poll: Would you use Facebook's new currency?