Home Tags Damian Collins
Tag: Damian Collins
The family of Breck Bednar, a 14-year old murdered in 2014, received taunting messages on Snapchat purporting to be from his killer.
It looks like Facebook knows who’s behind a shadowy £257,000 ad campaign to torpedo Theresa May’s Brexit deal — but it’s ...
In October 2018, it was revealed the anonymous organisation Mainstream Network spent £257,000 on Facebook ads.
Mark Zuckerberg roasted by group of lawmakers, who accuse Facebook’s CEO of spectacular leadership failure
The report accuses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg of contempt after he failed to show up to give evidence to Damian Collins' committee.
Mark Zuckerberg defends the leaked Facebook documents he never wanted the world to see: The scrutiny is ‘healthy,’ but don’t ‘...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded to the publication of a tranche of internal emails and documents.
British Parliament has published a cache of secret Facebook documents it obtained from Six4Three.
The most explosive moments from Facebook’s hearing, where furious lawmakers tore into ‘frat-boy billionaire’ Mark Zuckerberg
Lawmakers from nine countries tore into Facebook on Tuesday during an international committee hearing in Westminster, London.
Potentially explosive secret Facebook documents will be published by a fake news committee ‘within the next week’
Damian Collins MP said on Tuesday that he intends to publish internal Facebook documents his committee on fake news has seized.
Facebook has a bruising week ahead as British lawmakers say there’s a ‘high level of public interest’ in releasing a cache of seized...
British lawmakers appear to be leaning towards publishing a cache of Facebook documents they seized under a rare parliamentary mechanism.
A group of global lawmakers are joining forces for the first time to demand answers from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
Politicians from the UK and Canada investigating disinformation have joined forces to try to make Mark Zuckerberg give evidence on the subject.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan wants big tech firms to work with politicians to end hate speech and election meddling. Speaking at Business Insider's UK Tech 100 party, he said collaboration will be critical to putting things right, rather than snuffing out innovation with regulation.