Facebook chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, said Wednesday the leading social network is struggling to find ways to deal with “deepfake” videos which have the potential to deceive and manipulate users on a massive scale.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did not knowingly violate an agreement with the regulator supervising the company’s management of users’ personal data, the social media giant said on Wednesday.
Instagram will refrain from taking down an ultra-realistic “deepfake video” posted Tuesday of Facebook’s CEO bragging about controlling billions of people’s “stolen” personal data.
The head of personal security for Mark Zuckerberg was on leave Friday pending a probe into complaints of sexual harassment and racism, some of it involving the Facebook chief’s wife.
Facebook Inc. said on Tuesday it was tightening rules around its live streaming feature ahead of a meeting of world leaders aimed at curbing online violence in the aftermath of a massacre in New Zealand.