Facebook’s latest newsfeed features give you the illusion of agency. But the company is just placating you.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared his thoughts on the forced Messenger download, Facebook getting boring, and ebola.
Facebook’s Ebola initiative gives us insight into the company’s plans to tackle healthcare. Will social good be a key pillar?
Facebook has come under fire before for manipulating the newsfeeds of its users without their knowledge, and now a Mother Jones report says the social network’s experiments may have significantly affected voter turnout in the 2012 elections
LinkedIn has introduced a Twitter-like feature for all users: A follow button. It brings professional networking platform one step closer to the “media” side of its “social media” mandate.
Mark Zuckerberg and the man in charge of Facebook’s newsfeed want it to become like a newspaper, and highlight more “high quality” content — but what if that’s not what users actually want to see? Will they rebel against Facebook as content gatekeeper?
Despite the Facebook hate that exists out there, the social network still has some key advantages to how it presents information. When it rolls out its updated newsfeed on Thursday, here are the three things it should highlight.
Why does one person’s timeline look totally different from another person’s, even if they share many of the same friends and like the same brands? Facebook responded to recent criticism over the surfacing of posts, saying it tries to reduce the number of posts users dislike.