Mark Zuckerberg

Canadians deserve answers from Mark Zuckerberg

Our editorial: Facebook’s senior leadership testified in front of U.S. Congress last year. Neither Zuckerberg nor COO Sheryl Sandberg cared enough to offer Canadians the same courtesy.

The day that Facebook disrespected Canada

The social media giant was finally called to answer to legislators for its conduct. Mark Zuckerberg couldn’t be bothered to show up.

Facebook’s breakup with a Canadian bank

Documents from a British parliamentary investigation show questions about access to user data caused RBC to end online transactions via Facebook

Trudeau government spending tens of millions on Facebook ads and sponsored posts

From 2016 to March 2018, federal government agencies spent more than $24.4 million on Facebook and Instagram ads and videos

6 questions Mark Zuckerberg avoided at his European Parliament testimony

The Facebook CEO spent just 15 minutes answering questions after he asked MEPs to list all their questions first.

Don’t blame Mark Zuckerberg, you want Facebook to have your data

Ron Tite rants about why you shouldn’t blame Facebook or Mark Zuckerberg for the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and why targeted advertising backed by real data on platforms like Facebook is actually amazing.

Seven questions that put Mark Zuckerberg in the hot seat

Congress hit Mark Zuckerberg with some searing questions on day two of his Facebook hearing.

Mark Zuckerberg’s insane to-do list for Facebook after facing Congress

Facebook’s CEO left a two-day trip to Washington with a long list of items that he promised to “follow up on” with senators and congressmen. We tallied them up.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Senate hearing: Six awkward moments

Mark Zuckerberg’s five-hour Senate hearing about Facebook spawned a variety of face-palm-worthy moments. Here are the top six.

Mark Zuckerberg’s second day of testimony at Congress: Video

The Facebook CEO testifies at the House energy and commerce committee. Watch a livestream here at 10 a.m. ET.

The evil Doktor Facebook pleads his case in Washington

Mark Zuckerberg was more Frankenstein than John D. Rockefeller as he begged forgiveness of U.S. senators, reports Allen Abel

Mark Zuckerberg didn’t lie to us. We lied to ourselves.

Scott Gilmore: Facebook users are the ones who got dizzy and confused and decided to share their lives with strangers. Don’t blame Zuckerberg.