• Facebook Messenger starts rolling out Unsend. Here's how it works

    28 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    Facebook secretly retracted messages sent by CEO Mark Zuckerberg, TechCrunch reported seven months ago. Now for the first time, Facebook Messenger users will get the power to unsend too so they can remove their sent messages from the recipient's inbox. Messages can only be unsent for the first ten minutes after they're delivered so that you can correct a mistake or remove something you accidentally pushed, but you won't be able to edit ancient history. Using the “Remove For Everyone” button also leaves a “tombstone” indicating a message was retracted. And to prevent bullies from using the...
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  • Mark Zuckerberg made his executives use Android phones after Tim Cook slammed Facebook's approach to privacy

    Mark Zuckerberg made his executives use Android phones after Tim Cook slammed Facebook's approach to privacy

    28 days ago - By Business Insider

    Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg have traded insults and barbs over the years.
    It's always seemed to be about business, and not personal. But apparently something that Cook said earlier this year "infuriated" Zuckerberg.
    Zuckerberg went so far as to order his management team to use Android phones, instead of Apple's iPhone, according to a new report in The New York Times.
    Earlier this spring, Apple CEO Tim Cook criticized Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a very public manner related to its privacy scandals and the Cambridge Analytica affair.
    Zuckerberg called...
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  • Sheryl Sandberg and other Facebook execs reportedly investigated if they could ban Trump after Zuck was ‘appalled' by his call for a Muslim ban

    Sheryl Sandberg and other Facebook execs reportedly investigated if they could ban Trump after Zuck was ‘appalled' by his call for a Muslim ban

    28 days ago - By Business Insider

    In 2015, Facebook executives investigated whether Donald Trump's call for a ban on Muslim immigration broke the company's rules, according to a bombshell new report from the New York Times.
    CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly asked COO Sheryl Sandberg and other senior execs whether his Facebook post on the matter violated the social network's rules - which could have earned him a ban from the platform.
    Afterwards, a group of executives, sometimes including Sheryl Sandberg, are said to have scrambled to figure out the answer. Ultimately, Trump was not banned from Facebook.
    Zuckerberg is a vocal...
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