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E-commerce spend in SEA will grow from US$31 billion to US$120 billion by 2025: Facebook and Bain & Company study
By 2025, projected annual spend for online shopping in South-east Asia is expected to hit US$120 billion, Facebook and Bain & Company said.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is recasting the controversial origins of his social network in a far more noble light.
Unlicensed medical ‘cures’ are flourishing in closed Facebook groups, where cancer treatments — and even surgery — are sold be...
Business Insider found a 7,000-member group devoted to selling a protein with no proven curative properties out of a remote clinic in Belize.
Facebook removed more than a dozen closed groups promoting unlicensed medicines after a Business Insider investigation
In closed and secret groups unproven medical substances were sold — and experts say we have no idea of the scale of the problem.
The head of Facebook’s controversial new cryptocurrency project explains why you don’t need to trust Facebook for it to work
Facebook's David Marcus is confident in the company's cryptocurrency plans despite the fact that lawmakers are skeptical.
Martin Luther King’s daughter slams Mark Zuckerberg for invoking the civil rights movement and said ‘disinformation campaigns’ led t...
Zuckerberg gave a speech to argue that Facebook is a vital tool for freedom of expression. Bernice King was not convinced.
Facebook’s billionaire CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed threats to free speech in a rare public address on Thursday
Zuckerberg said Facebook provides a voice for more than 2 billion people, and the company is committed to protecting freedom of expression online.
Mark Zuckerberg explained his beliefs on free speech, which he hopes will guide Facebook after he no longer runs it.
Mark Zuckerberg just slammed China for allegedly censoring Hong Kong protest videos on TikTok: ‘Is that the internet we want?’
Mark Zuckerberg had harsh words for China and its censorship laws on Thursday, saying that it doesn't have to be that way.
Tech execs who lie about privacy violations could face 20 years behind bars under a newly proposed Senate bill
A newly-proposed Senate bill would give the Federal Trade Commission more teeth to crack down on tech companies' privacy violations.