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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg furiously reprimanded employees in a private memo on Thursday, warning them to "stop crossing out 'black lives matter' and writing 'all lives matter'" on the company's famous signature wall in Menlo Park, California, calling such behavior "disrespectful" and "malicious." "Black lives matter doesn't mean other lives don't," Zuckerberg wrote in the scathing message, posted on an internal forum and obtained by Gizmodo . Comment?
A New York state appeals court on Tuesday threw out Facebook's unusual malicious prosecution lawsuit against DLA Piper and other law firms that have represented a fugitive who claimed a 50 percent stake in the social media company. Reversing a lower court ruling that favored Facebook and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, the Appellate Division in Manhattan found a lack of evidence that the law firms knew or should have known that the case of their client, Paul Ceglia, was fraudulent and based on fabricated evidence. Comment?
Facebook has lifted a ban that blocked material from Tsu.co, a small rival challenging the world's largest social network's financial dependence on free content shared by its 1.5 billion users. The reversal comes a month after The Associated Press published a story airing concerns that Facebook might be abusing its power to thwart competition and stifle the concept advanced by Tsu that people should be paid for the stories and images that they post on social networks. Comment?
Suppose every time you posted on Facebook, the social network tallied up the ad revenue it earned against your update and passed a percentage back to you. Of course, Facebook does nothing of the sort - but its much smaller rival Tsu.co does. Comment?
Facebook might finally give users the ability to "dislike" things. During a question-and-answer session streamed live on Facebook on Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg said the company was testing alternatives to the "Like" button. Comment?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make a guest appearance at Facebook's Menlo Park, California, headquarters this month, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced, where he'll answer questions at one of the Facebook founder's "town hall Q&As," answering questions put to him by Facebook users. "I had the chance to visit Prime Minister Modi in India last year and it's an honor to have the chance to host him here at Facebook," Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post . Comment?
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