The incoming chair of the Senate antitrust subcommittee is hitting the ground running. Her Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act should worry giant tech companies that are used to running amok.
Facebook announced its Q4 2020 quarterly earnings, which largely matched or beat analysts' expectations. The company warns that there may be challenges this quarter due to various policy and regulatory changes.
There's no denying that Facebook and Oculus have gotten off to a rocky start in the eyes of some Oculus Quest 2 buyers. There are even a number of people that won't buy Oculus products because of Facebook's involvement, but is Facebook really the bad guy?
While the inclusion of Facebook has made it easier for Oculus players to see what their friends are doing, it's also made owning an Oculus Quest 2 a lot more complicated. Here's what you can do to ensure your Quest 2 doesn't become a brick.
Facebook's Consulting CTO, John Carmack, says the company is holding firm on its requirement to use a Facebook account with an Oculus Quest 2. Conversely, the company is also setting up a user voice portal to hear suggestions on how to improve the Oculus platform.
Mark Zuckerberg has announced that Facebook has suspended President Donald Trump from the platform indefinitely, and at least until Joe Biden is inaugurated and "the peaceful transition of power is complete."
Donald Trump's video addressing the riots at the U.S. Capitol has been and taken down by social media sites including Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Facebook and Twitter have temporarily locked his account.
Facebook has signaled its intent to move UK users to the US version of its user agreement as soon as Brexit is implemented. The move is an attempt to circumvent the EU's stringent privacy rules, with plans to do the same for all non-EU countries.