Rohingya Facebook Claim
Authorities say ‘illegal shops’ were removed as the Rohingyas need shelters being built at same site
KUALA LUMPUR: Businessman Datuk Shamsubahrin Ismail was fined RM3,000 by the Sessions Court here on Wednesday (Jan 5) on charges of making a statement that caused public fear and intimidation over...
The U.N. determined in 2018 that Facebook played a “determining role” in violence against the Rohingya, inciting widespread violence and amplifying hateful content through its algorithms.
Meta has been hit with two related lawsuits totaling over $150 billion in its first major legal challenge since rebranding. The suits (one filed in California Superior Court and the other in the
The nitwit founder of Facebook has created the worst, most damaging website in the world. And we’re just supposed to accept it.
Who would have thought that the Rohingya, one of the most persecuted people in the world, would have dared to sue a tech giant such as Facebook? Not even Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the social...
Dec. 17—In August 2017, the Myanmar military, backed by civilian mobs, launched a coordinated attack against the Rohingya Muslims living in the country's Rahkine state. The massacre—later deemed...
Meta, Facebook's parent company is warning "cyber mercenaries" are using fake accounts to target users.
The case is one of the first tangible consequences of internal documents revealed by a whistleblower.
The Board also recommended creating specific guidance for rumors during war and conflict.
Courts in the global north have a duty to protect citizens of developing countries from plunder by corporations, say lawyers Jason McCue and James Libson
Editorial: Regulation of the social media businesses that have changed our world is overdue. Children in particular need protecting
"You don't have an issue with Facebook. You can't put that on me."
The suit alleges that the company blatantly ignored warnings about the platform's problems in the region for five years—and by then, it was too late.