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Mark Zuckerberg is also said to have secretly called Trump to congratulate him on his winning the White House. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called Donald Trump to congratulate him on his victory in the aftermath of the 2016 election, according to BuzzFeed News.Read Full Story
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Facebook’s algorithms secretly guess which of its two billion users are interested in treason while the company files patents on predicting which of its users are "trustworthy" and refuses to commit to not making its facial recognition tools available to other companies and even to governments.
Donald Trump and Planned Parenthood are the top recent advertisers and young men were targeted most often, according to a new analysis of Facebook and Instagram political advertising. “We wanted to quickly give voters easy tools to understand who is advertising and what they are
President Donald Trump isn’t just a fan of Twitter. He is also Facebook’s biggest spender on political advertisements, a recent study by New York University researchers showed. Researchers mined the social network’s new archive of political ads. And since Trump’s push for reelection in 2020
In May, Facebook began requiring political ads to disclose who paid for them and started collecting all political ads in a searchable archive. Now, researchers are using that information to see how politicians are incorporating the social platform in...
Shares of Facebook FB rallied to a new 52-week high of $210.46, eventually closing a tad lower at $209.99 on Jul 17. The rise in share price reflects a decent year-to-date return of about 19% against the industry’s decline of 0.7%.This Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) company has a market cap of $602
US president Donald Trump is the USA’s single biggest buyer of political ads on Facebook, according to research from New York University. The study reports that the Trump camp has spent $274,100 with the social network since May alone. The Trump Make America Great Again Committee spent £190,400