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Facebook Beefs Up Suicide Prevention Focused on Live Video

Facebook Beefs Up Suicide Prevention Focused on Live Video

By Barbara Ortutay | Mar 2
Facebook is beefing up its suicide prevention tools, including new options for people to report if someone might harm themselves while broadcasting on Facebook Live.

Zuckerberg's Goal: Remake a World Facebook Helped Create

Zuckerberg's Goal: Remake a World Facebook Helped Create

By Barbara Ortutay | Feb 19
Now Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg wants to remake the social media company in a way that counters isolationism, promotes global connections and addresses social ills.

German Court Delays Ruling in Refugee's Facebook Lawsuit

German Court Delays Ruling in Refugee's Facebook Lawsuit

Feb 8
A Syrian refugee pictured in a 2015 selfie with German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking an injunction that would oblige Facebook to identify and delete posts on its site which wrongly link him to crimes committed by migrants.

Why Facebook Keeps Pushing You to Go 'Live' with Video

Why Facebook Keeps Pushing You to Go 'Live' with Video

By Barbara Ortutay | Feb 3
From billboards to TV ads to endless notifications, Facebook is furiously promoting its live video feature as it tries to get more users to shoot and watch such videos.

Breast Cancer Tattoo Photos Lead to Facebook Expulsion

Breast Cancer Tattoo Photos Lead to Facebook Expulsion

Jan 21
A woman who aids breast cancer survivors in the St. Louis area by creating tattoos of the nipple and areola after reconstructive surgery has been booted from Facebook for showing examples of her work.

Facebook Introduces Measures to Tackle Fake News in Germany

Facebook Introduces Measures to Tackle Fake News in Germany

Jan 18
Facebook says it's introducing measures to tackle the spread of fake news in Germany, months before the country holds a national election.

Facebook Takes On a Bigger Role in Journalism

Facebook Takes On a Bigger Role in Journalism

By Barbara Ortutay | Jan 15
Facebook is launching a journalism project aimed at strengthening its ties with media organizations to help them expand their audiences, come up with new products and generally promote trusted news in today's "post-truth" era.

Report: Facebook's Unmanned Aircraft Crashed in Test Flight

Report: Facebook's Unmanned Aircraft Crashed in Test Flight

Dec 25
An unmanned aircraft that is part of Facebook's plan to send internet signals to remote parts of the world crash-landed in the Arizona desert over the summer because of strong winds, investigators said.

Families of Pulse Nightclub Victims Sue Facebook, Google and Twitter

Families of Pulse Nightclub Victims Sue Facebook, Google and Twitter

Dec 22
Families of the victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting are suing Facebook, Google and Twitter. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with more on the civil suit.

Germany Threatens to Fine Facebook Over Hate Speech

Germany Threatens to Fine Facebook Over Hate Speech

By Frank Jordans | Dec 20
German officials are stepping up their criticism of Facebook, saying the social network is doing too little to stop hate speech and could face stiff fines unless it deletes illegal content faster.

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