WHERE TO WATCH
Facebook Cracks Down on Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaigns
January 17, 2019
Updated 1mo ago
Facebook has deleted nearly 500 pages and accounts linked to misinformation campaigns out of Russia. Patrick Tucker, technology editor at Defense One, explains what happened on the platform.
‘We Want HQ2’ — 2020 Hopeful Cory Booker Reignites Newark's Bid for Amazon
Feb 1, 2019
Facebook Removes 'Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior' From Platform
Facebook says it's removed thousand of accounts promoting "coordinated inauthentic behavior." The accounts all have connections to countries such as Iran, Russia, Venezuela, and Indonesia. Cheddar's Michelle Castillo weighs on what Facebook is doing to keep misinformation from spreading on its platform.
Feb 15, 2019
Facebook Weighs Decision to Accept Record Fine, or Fight Back
Facebook is facing a record fine from the FTC. Washington Post Tech Policy Reporter Cat Zakrzewski joined to discuss how she expects Facebook to handle the situation.
Feb 15, 2019
New EU Requires Facebook, Google to Pay Creators
New European Union rules are requiring online platforms including Facebook and Google to pay publishers and creators for the content that appears on their websites. Jeremy Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief at Digital Trends, joined Cheddar to discuss how the tech giants will respond to the increasing regulations.