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NEW May 24 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Facebook. 572 people are quoted and you can read 866 citations of them about Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, Jim Cramer and Martin Sorrell, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Mark Zuckerberg said: “For the past decade, Facebook has focused on connecting friends and families. With that foundation, our next focus will be developing the social infrastructure for community -- for supporting us, for keeping us safe, for informing us, for civic engagement, and for inclusion of all.”.
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Sarah T Roberts

So many of these policies are at odds with each other. The company's commitment to these things appears to wax and wane depending on public sentiment.feedback

Carl Miller

They want to create a systematic check box exercise in order to universalize the operation, but that's not the way human language works.feedback

Carl Miller

This is a terrible bind. They found themselves with all these responsibilities and power they never anticipated getting and would rather do without.feedback

Sarah T Roberts

This is highly complex work, and requires a mastery of many topics, current events, other cultures and languages, so it's interesting that it's so devalued.feedback

Yvette Cooper

In most cases the reality of sharing vile and violent images of violence and child abuse simply perpetuates the humiliation and abuse of a child. Images should be given to the police and removed instead. Facebook are getting this wrong and need to urgently change.feedback

Yvette Cooper

These files demonstrate why powerful social media companies, including Facebook, have to be more transparent as the Home Affairs Select Committee recommended. They also show why we were right to call on social media companies to urgently review their community guidelines, as too much harmful and dangerous content is getting through. None of this is easy, and we welcomed Facebook's commitment a fortnight ago to hire thousands more staff to tackle the problem and bring in more safety measures.feedback

Chan Zuckerberg

In Detroit, I met community leaders who turned an abandoned building into a safe place where kids can hang out after school. The founder told me: 'We want kids to be able to think again, and that comes from seeing men and women who care about what they do. We've got whole neighborhoods of kids just waiting for someone to give them a sense of purpose.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

We've built AI systems to recommend 'People You May Know.' But it might be just as important to also connect you with people you should know – mentors and people outside your circle who care about you and can provide a new source of support and inspiration. The founder told me: 'We want kids to be able to think again, and that comes from seeing men and women who about what they do. We've got whole neighborhoods of kids just waiting for someone to give them a sense of purpose.feedback

Monika Bickert - Facebook

Keeping people on Facebook safe is the most important thing we do. We work hard to make Facebook as safe as possible while enabling free speech. This requires a lot of thought into detailed and often difficult questions, and getting it right is something we take very seriously. Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that over the next year, we'll be adding 3,000 people to our community operations team around the world – on top of the 4,500 we have today – to review the millions of reports we get every week, and improve the process for doing it quickly.feedback

Monika Bickert - Facebook

We work with publishers and other experts to help us understand what are those moments. For example, on 11 September 2001, bystanders shared videos of the people who jumped from the twin towers. Had those been livestreamed on Facebook that might have been a moment in which we would not have removed the content both during and after the broadcast. We more recently decided to allow a video depicting an Egyptian man who set himself on fire to protest rising government prices.feedback

Monika Bickert - Facebook

We feel responsible to our community to keep them safe and we feel very accountable. It's absolutely our responsibility to keep on top of it. It's a company commitment. We will continue to invest in proactively keeping the site safe, but we also want to empower people to report to us any content that breaches our standards.feedback

Monika Bickert - Facebook

We allow more robust speech around public figures, but we still remove speech about public figures that crosses the line into hate speech, threats, or harassment. There are a number of criteria we use to determine who we consider a public figure.feedback

Claire Lilley

I'd like to see them take a step back and look at their guidelines that they hand to their moderators and look at the contradictions that are inherent in them. They need to throw them away and start again with a blank sheet of paper.feedback

Claire Lilley

My question to them is why do you think a child being beaten up really brutally is any less difficult either for a child watching it to see or any less victimisation of the child who's in the image? We want to see them taking non-sexual child abuse imagery just as seriously as they take sexual abuse imagery. They're really judging the public mood on this the wrong way.feedback

Claire Lilley

Facebook are not the arbiter of social norms and expectations. They shouldn't get to decide what's in the best interests of children or the public. If something needs to be investigated or prosecuted and the perpetrators of that crime brought to light, that's not for Facebook to make the call. It's for the police to make the call.feedback

Philip Howard

Not all of that comes from automation. It also comes from the news culture, bubbles of education, and people's ability to do critical thinking when they read the news. But the proximate cause of misinformation is Facebook serving junk news to large numbers of users. In some of our other countries studied, we think we've found fake Facebook groups. So there are fake users, but the way we think they were used – with Trump in particular – is that they were used, created, hired, rented, to join fake fan groups that were full of not-real people.feedback

Philip Howard

Many of us wish we could study Facebook, but we can't, because they really don't share anything. I think that there have been several democratic exercises in the last year that have gone off the rails because of large amounts of misinformation in the public sphere. Brexit and its outcome, and the Trump election and its outcome, are what I think of as 'mistakes', in that there were such significant amounts of misinformation out in the public sphere.feedback

Rupi Kaur

Thank you Instagram for providing me with the exact response my work was created to critique. You deleted my photo twice stating that it goes against community guidelines.feedback

Monika Bickert - Facebook

Keeping people on Facebook safe is the most important thing we do. (Founder) Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that over the next year, we'll be adding 3,000 people to our community operations team around the world – on top of the 4,500 we have today – to review the millions of reports we get every week, and improve the process for doing it quickly. In addition to investing in more people, we're also building better tools to keep our community safe.feedback

Monika Bickert - Facebook

We occasionally see particular moments or public events that are part of a broader public conversation that warrant leaving this content on our platform. We work with publishers and other experts to help us understand what are those moments. For example, on September 11 2001, bystanders shared videos of the people who jumped from the twin towers. Had those been livestreamed on Facebook that might have been a moment in which we would not have removed the content both during and after the broadcast.feedback

Monika Bickert - Facebook

We have a really diverse global community and people are going to have very different ideas about what is okay to share. No matter where you draw the line, there are always going to be some grey areas. For instance, the line between satire and humour and inappropriate content is sometimes very grey. It is very difficult to decide whether some things belong on the site or not.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

That's a pretty different intent than why people come to Facebook today. The experience is designed to deliver on that promise – [that] you want to watch videos, you want to keep up with the content that you watch episodically week over week. This is going to be the place where you go to do that.feedback

Tim Loughton

This appears to show that Facebook's control over content on its platform is in complete chaos. Clearly they need to clarify the rules of what is 'in' or what is 'out' and make sure they have sufficient moderator capacity to implement it transparently and fairly.feedback

Donald J. Trump

The news is not honest. Much of the news. And when I have close to 100 million people watching me on Twitter, including Facebook, including all of the Instagram, including POTUS, including lots of things–but we have–I guess pretty close to 100 million people. I have my own form of media.feedback

Simon Milner

There is not necessarily a linear relationship between the number of people you employ and the effectiveness of the work you do.feedback

Sarah T Roberts

It's one thing when you're a small online community with a group of people who share principles and values, but when you have a large percentage of the world's population and say 'share yourself', you are going to be in quite a muddle. Then when you monetise that practice you are entering a disaster situation.feedback

Julia Powles

The European commission sanction against Facebook will do little to deter it from harvesting ever more our private data. The indomitable empire of Facebook is being assailed by a volley of arrows from Europe. The latest struck on Thursday: a £94m fine from the European commission for providing misleading information in 2014 when the commission was doing a merger review on Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp.feedback

Robin Gourmet

I'm curious about a broader turn in dining out, versus the stay at home economy that we always rave about. Fortunately, Red Robin has an analyst meeting Tuesday. That could give us some perspective on this up and down group. We need to know if the consumer's starting to come out of her video-gaming-playing, Facebook-watching home.feedback

Jeff Glueck - Foursquare

The interesting thing about it is everyone who's not Facebook and Google is pretty much using our platform. We are one of only three companies in the world that can recognize, across the world, when phones walk in and out of these places. And if you look at all our paying customers, it's Apple, it's Microsoft, it's Snap, it's Twitter, it's Uber, it's Pinterest, it's Samsung, and 100,000 other companies.feedback

Philip Howard

Facebook data miners could give us information that intelligence officers cannot.feedback

Bill Gates - Microsoft

Oh, that is the best part. They actually give you a degree. You just put that degree on your resume and it looks great.feedback

Rose Joniec

Looking back in the mirror, I saw her face turning red and drool pouring from her mouth – she could utter noises but looked panicked so I immediately pulled over. After multiple, very stressful attempts to place an IV, Britton was taken to surgery to endoscopically locate and remove the object. Fortunately, we had a positive outcome, but it was pretty scary there for a while… not only because of the initial ingestion, but then the concern about the composition and structure of the object, and finally, the risk from the anesthesia. From this I wish to offer some word of caution to parents.feedback

Becky Inkster

For young people, using social media and digital technologies as a tool to help with mental health make sense for many reasons. Social media is a part of their daily lives and so care could be delivered in a lifestyle-integrated, self-managed approach. This holistic perspective could integrate personal interests and activities. It might help improve psychoeducation, increase self-awareness of mental health and act as a preventative measure. Young people sometimes feel more comfortable talking about personal issues online.feedback

Becky Inkster

We also have a unique opportunity to communicate with young people on their terms and in creative ways. As health professionals we must make every attempt to understand modern youth culture expressions, lexicons, and terms to better connect with their thoughts and feelings.feedback

Paul Mendelle

The defendant did not receive preferential treatment but was scrupulously dealt with in accordance with the guidelines. Indeed, she is arguably worse off because she lives in Italy; had she been living here, she could have received a community penalty straight away without a period of deferral.feedback

Francis FitzGibbon

I can't see any evidence that this was doing her a favour because she was a student at Oxford. He has given her a chance to get clean.feedback

Monica Bickert

Keeping people on Facebook safe is the most important thing we do. We work hard to make Facebook as safe as possible while enabling free speech. This requires a lot of thought into detailed and often difficult questions, and getting it right is something we take very seriously.feedback

Victor A. Albert

But in the end they repurposed this to actually chew on those guys instead.feedback

Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook

Whoa! I just got invited to give the commencement address at Harvard this year. They know we didn't actually graduate right?feedback

Liv Bruce

After our conversation, I wanted to discuss with Ben the issues she had raised, but I quickly realized that doing so would inevitably reveal her identity. I did not know how to proceed nor did I know where to seek advice about how to move forward. After Ben ascertained the individual's identity on Friday, I decided that my withholding information was no longer protecting her privacy and I told Ben about the conversation she and I had.feedback

Ben Hopkins

This is, again, incredibly shocking news to me, as the safety and well-being of PWR BTTM fans is the most paramount concern I have as a member of this band on and off the stage.feedback

Bob Liodice

Programmatic media buying is becoming the most dominant approach because it offers targeting precision, scalability, cost efficiency, real-time optimization, and unprecedented leverage of big data for advertisers. However, programmatic buying remains complex and often non-transparent. Our study revealed that this lack of transparency makes it difficult for advertisers to manage, measure, and audit programmatic media investments with the same rigor as traditional media investments.feedback

Ashley Goldsmith - Workday

It's different if you're a Google or a Facebook where people immediately understand that this is a great place for technologists to be. But I think we're still developing our employer brand as a place where technologists would want to grow their career.feedback

Dhruv Ratra

Wal-Mart and Amazon are the most notable examples in the recent past. Samsung, Microsoft, Google, Facebook all face the issues of endemic corruption and draconian tax laws [in a] culturally unfamiliar territory.feedback

Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan

This isn't about bicycle ads following you from device to device, which would be a depressing use of this technology. When I transition onto my tablet or phone, forget about advertising; the ways in which I engage in media and video and content change, and Drawbridge optimizes based on the device the user has in hand.feedback

Jim Goetz - Sequoia Capital

We're talking about an identity-management service that touches 3 billion to 4 billion devices and perhaps a billion people, and nobody saw this coming three or four years ago.feedback

Vikrant Gandhi - Frost & Sullivan

Drawbridge can identify user behavior like the big guys do on sites like Facebook and Google, but they do it across the wider internet. The valuation of these giant companies comes largely from the data it collects on its user base. Drawbridge figured out a way to understand users even when they aren't logging in somewhere.feedback

Yasmin Shath

I couldn't believe it. Everyone tagged me in the notice on Facebook because they know I am a dog lover. I thought: this can't be true.feedback

Jennifer Lawrence

Look, nobody wants to be reminded that they tried to dance on a stripper pole by the Internet. It was one of my best friend's birthdays and I dropped my paranoia guard for one second to have fun. I'm not going to apologise, I had a BLAST that night. Ps that's not a bra it's an Alexander Wang top and I'm not gonna lie, I think my dancing's pretty good. Even with no core strength.feedback

Michaela Blackledge

As a school community, we are all deeply affected by this tragedy and I am sure that you will wish to join me and the staff in offering our condolences and sympathy to the family. We have spoken to all pupils and staff in school and have made arrangements for outside agencies to provide support.feedback

Lidya Tesfu

This is ridiculous. Medhanie is a very common name in Eritrea. I [know] dozens of people called Medhanie on Facebook.feedback

Michele Calantropo

My client is clearly the victim of a mistaken identity while the real smuggler is still at large. In this case it seems there are [some] people fighting for the truth while other people are instead fighting to win a trial.feedback

Lidya Tesfu

No, this is not my husband. I know this guy through Facebook, but we haven't met before or known each other. He once wrote me a message on Facebook. So what? My husband was not the only one working on that route from Libya to Italy. I've tried to talk to him to leave that job and he told me he has finished with that months ago.feedback

Hanna Talving

We have been made aware by police that they are investigating a bullying related suicide and we offer our sincere condolences to those affected by this loss. We deplore bullying of any kind and want it to have no place on our site. We will offer any assistance we can to the police. We have suspended use of the website to show how seriously we take these matters.feedback

Kazuya Saito

The beetles can fold their wing without any mistakes from the first folding.feedback

Gregory Erickson

That's equivalent to putting three small cars on top of the jaws – that's what's pushing down on you. Boom! It'll puncture through just about whatever's in there. I remember saying to him, Gosh, it looks like Clifford the Big Red Dog chewed it up.feedback

Steve Brusatte

It was one of those superpowers that made T. rex stand apart from all other dinosaurs. If you were a triceratops being chased by a T. rex, it just wasn't fair.feedback

Paul Gignac

If you could bite through bone, you can get nutrients from within the bone itself.feedback

Margrethe Vestager - European Union

Today's decision sends a clear signal to companies that they must comply with all aspects of EU merger rules, including the obligation to provide correct information. And it imposes a proportionate and deterrent fine on Facebook. The Commission must be able to take decisions about mergers' effects on competition in full knowledge of accurate facts.feedback

Rose Joniec

Looking back in the mirror, I saw her face turning red and drool pouring from her mouth -- she could utter noises but looked panicked so I immediately pulled over. She pointed to her throat saying she'd swallowed something, so I attempted Heimlich but there was no resistance. She said she'd put part of her fidget spinner in her mouth to clean it and somehow swallowed it.feedback

Bret Stephens

A man with a deformed personality and a defective intellect runs a dysfunctional administration.feedback

Jennifer Lawrence

I'm so scared to say anything now. I can see every negative way that people can take it, and I don't want to sound like I'm complaining.feedback

Dennis Gartman

The world does not revolve around Facebook. Never has and never really will. It's an integral part of the economy and how people communicate. It's like visual crack. That's what makes it good for Facebook, and advertisers know it. In trading, you can't let your personal bias wreak havoc on your trades. I missed it completely and I was wrong.feedback

Daniel Niles

This is nowhere near 2000 where you had stocks selling pet food on the internet that were over a billion dollars. Quite honestly, I am not as worried about the internet companies because here you're talking names that are growing 20 percent-plus. If you can think about it logically, if they go up 20 percent a year, they are just keeping up with their growth rates. In fact, if Facebook [stock] doesn't go up 40 percent, it's getting cheaper every year.feedback

Cheryl Knott

These events occur every two to six years, and are kind of unpredictable.feedback

Tanya Smith

When times are tough, adult orangutans will fall back on things like bark or hard seeds. But offspring may not have the ability to eat some of these foods, or the knowledge to find them on their own, so they're maybe falling back on mothers' milk during periods of scarcity. That they need so long to be able to transition from one infant to the next explains why they're struggling.feedback

Molly Yeh

I just knew he was the one because with him I was the best version of myself. We talked and talked and talked, and I thought, I could be trapped on a deserted island with him and never get bored.feedback

Elizabeth Denham

What is clear is that these tools have a significant potential impact on individuals' privacy. It is important that there is greater and genuine transparency about the use of such techniques to ensure that people have control over their own data and the law is upheld. Digital campaigning techniques help ensure that the public are informed, and will drive up democratic participation across society. We have been in touch with Cambridge Analytica. We've been in touch with a company called Aggregate IQ, which is based in Canada.feedback

Elizabeth Denham

Having considered the evidence we have already gathered I have decided to open a formal investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes. This will involve deepening our current activity to explore practices deployed during the UK's EU referendum campaign but potentially also in other campaigns. This is a complex and rapidly evolving area of activity and the level of awareness among the public about how data analytics works, and how their personal data is collected, shared and used through such tools, is low.feedback

Elizabeth Denham

This will involve deepening our current activity to explore practices deployed during the UK's EU Referendum campaign but potentially also in other campaigns. Given the transnational nature of data the investigation will involve exploring how companies operating internationally deploy such practices with impact or handling of data in the UK.feedback

Peter Kim - Air Force

It would be good for us to really know what our vulnerabilities are. Facebook has been doing this for years – attacking their own environment, seeing what's vulnerable and fixing the vulnerabilities. Before this, we just used our own internal assets, like any company does. We have Air Force people that look at the perimeter and look for vulnerabilities and fix them. That, quite frankly, has some mixed results.feedback

Ben Hopkins

It was from a time in my life where I thought being 'politically incorrect' was really funny and had literally no concept of my actions. To anyone who was hurt by this image, know that it was me as a stupid kid and not who I am today, and I am so so sorry.feedback

Kitty Coredo-Kolin - Facebook

I have personally seen Ben initiate inappropriate sexual contact with people despite several 'nos' and without warning or consent.feedback

Jes Skolnik

This was a really important band for a lot of kids who were just finding their identity, and that touched me because I know what it feels like to be let down by somebody who you feel as made it easier to express who you are. But the kids are so cool, and they are able to find each other. So they were doing things like making lists of new queer bands to love and talking about loving the queer bands in your neighborhood and looking to your local scenes for inspiration.feedback

Jes Skolnik

We as queer people don't have necessarily the best relationship with police in many, many, many circumstances. Your first inclination is not to go to police, it's to talk to your friends, and talk to people around you and have them help. They were all about body autonomy and consent and positive representation, and that, too, is the reason people responded so clearly to this band in particular.feedback

Hiroshi Saijou

I really don't like the term 'work-life balance' because work is part of my life. Private is also part of my life. I want to enjoy both. I want to get more diversified ideas and a new kind of inspiration that stimulates me to think about things differently.feedback

Todd Gordon

At 2,500, it's not just psychologically important but I think that's technical resistance. If you look outside of tech ... transports are lagging, small caps have been well off. There's just a lot of just down S&P industries. Energy stocks ... [and] financial stocks are underperforming. Thank God for Apple, Amazon and Facebook.feedback

Keith Weed - Unilever

It highlights once again that while there has been progress there is still further improvement needed.feedback

Michael Hartnett

Investor sentiment is bullish. But irrationality is not yet visible despite all-time highs in credit and equity markets, robust global EPS and a benign French election result.feedback

Frank Bruni

Maybe the most potent check on the president is the aghast people around him.feedback

Takorn Tantasith

We must thank Facebook for cooperating with us and complying with Thai law.feedback

David Streckfuss

The government's moves to restrict Facebook indicate that it is solidifying ideologically around the monarchy, making it the cornerstone of its overall efforts to stem political freedom. Its main tactic will be to refashion this law, already much abused, into an offensive weapon designed to eliminate all forms of political opposition.feedback

Clare Wareing

When we receive such a request, we review it to determine if it puts us on notice of unlawful content. If we determine that it does, then we make it unavailable in the relevant country or territory and notify people who try to access it why it is restricted.feedback

Rory MacPherson

Saw a wild otter today. I am not sure I like otters anymore! He's biting my feet. Oh you would not want a bite off of him, b****y hell. What are you doing pal? I'm getting chased by an otter. Where did it go?feedback

Lena Pietsch

Facebook has long complied with E.U. data protection law through our establishment in Ireland. We remain open to continuing to discuss these issues with the CNIL.feedback

Chris Kitze

A lot of people think Obama is Muslim. That's what it plays on. Is it real? I don't know. The fact is a lot of people thought it was real or it reflects their sentiment.feedback

Jestin Coler

These stories are like flash grenades. They go off and explode for a day. If you're three days late on a fact check, you already missed the boat.feedback

Jestin Coler

A far-right individual who sees it's been disputed by Snopes, that adds fuel to the fire and entrenches them more in their belief.feedback

Melissa Zimdars

My initial read on it is it's ultimately kind of a PR move. It's cheap to do. It's easy. It doesn't actually require them to do anything.feedback

Aaron Sharockman - PolitiFact

We don't have a great sense of the impact we're having. We haven't seen anything from Facebook.feedback

Ruy Teixeira

You can't construct a solid majority coalition for Democrats unless you reach more of those voters.feedback

Neera Tanden

Progressives have not done enough about job conditions and the dignity of work for people who don't go to college.feedback

Steve Eisman

I think the trends in retail are just overwhelmingly powerfully negative. I don't think anyone is immune.feedback

Roger McNamee

Eventually they're going to be such a large percentage of the retail business that when Facebook and Google are going to try to sell ads the only guy on the other side is going to be Amazon. They will have that power eventually. Amazon is hosting all of the best applications, they have all the best intelligence that everybody wants. How long would it take them to go from zero to number one in e-mail, for example? How long would it take them if they decided to make security a really, really, really important element of what they're doing?feedback

Yann LeCun - Facebook

Ultimately one of the objectives of this is to have your own digital friend, your virtual assistant that is basically customized for you and under your control.feedback

Emily Owen

Let's discuss politics, not my breasts. This is the first time I've been under this level of public scrutiny and I have to say I'm shocked. If people have questions about my politics, discuss with me. If you don't agree with my reply, challenge me. What is not acceptable is flooding me with messages about what sexual acts I'm prepared to perform to get votes, what bra size I am, how many votes needed for me to strip and comments suggesting the reason I'm standing is to sleep with an Oxford grad. I've been debating ignoring it but this behaviour is disgusting and needs calling out!!feedback

Sophie Galvani

Dove celebrates real women of all ages, shapes, sizes, and ethnicities in our campaigns, because they represent the real beauty diversity in society. The custom bottles … were designed to celebrate this diversity with others who share in our mission; they are not available for consumers to purchase. We take women's beauty confidence very seriously. Through the Dove self-esteem project we have reached more than 20 million young people with body-confidence education, and we aim to reach 20 million more by 2020.feedback

Judith Shulevitz - The New York Times

Once you designate some spaces as safe, you imply that the rest are unsafe. It follows that they should be made safer.feedback

Carmel McKenzie

Obviously, everyone got excited when they found it. They should not have taken the gold from where it was.feedback

Sam Jeffers

Much more tailored ads may come but so far we are not seeing that. I will be surprised if we see anything as sophisticated as Cambridge Analytica are talking about. There is a resource problem around coming up with lots of different ad treatments and there is no good way of automating that.feedback

Robert Peston - iTv

We have a question from Patrick who wants to know why it is cheaper for him to take three return flights to Dublin rather than one return rail journey to London.feedback

David L. Hu

When insects get into water, they can't get out because of surface tension.feedback

David L. Hu

We're not going to have hairy tabletops anytime soon, or hairy cars.feedback

David L. Hu

We make surfaces that are very smooth – like car smooth.feedback

Jamelle Bouie - Slate

As Donald Trump begins his attack on voting, the Democratic Party should make voting rights its rallying cry, a first-order priority for any Democrat that wins office. More than a potential advantage for the party, it's simply the right thing to do, a statement of belief in a democracy that, at this stage, needs all the help it can get.feedback

Ari Berman - The Nation

We're at a very dangerous moment for democracy right now, when the core institutions of our democratic system have repeatedly been attacked by the president of the United States. Saving American democracy is the most urgent fight of the Trump era.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

We need paid leave. The United States is one of the only developed countries in the world that doesn't guarantee paid family leave–and we're the only developed country in the world without paid maternity leave. That means many moms are forced to return to work right after giving birth to keep their jobs. They deserve more support. So do dads, LGBTQ parents, adoptive parents–families of all kinds. All of us will have times when we need to take care of ourselves and our relatives. We shouldn't have to risk losing a job or being able to meet the basic needs of our families to do that.feedback

Gary Coby - Facebook

The "way we bought media on Facebook was like no-one else in politics has ever done.feedback

Alexander Nix

Recently, Cambridge Analytica has teamed up with Leave.EU – the UK's largest group advocating for a British exit (or 'Brexit') from the European Union – to help them better understand and communicate with UK voters. We have already helped supercharge Leave.EU's social media campaign by ensuring the right messages are getting to the right voters online and the campaign's Facebook page is growing in support to the tune of about 3,000 people per day.feedback

Eric Kim - Goodwater Capital

Right now, they clearly have a loyal user base in the younger population, but the over 30-year-old demographic is one of the most attractive segments for advertisers because of their spending power.feedback

Jerry O'Connell

I just left my house. I've been crying the entire time. It is a little scary because you know some secret information that stockholders and people of power have made, but [Seacrest] is great. He's an old friend of all of ours … He's great for that job. Like a weird ex, I watch them every morning. It's like going to check your ex's Facebook page, Let's see what they're up to. I see you're seeing someone else. Status: in a relationship.feedback

Adam Poswolsky

Each of us has unique skills and qualities that we bring to any situation. Why, then, do we often try to mimic others and shoehorn ourselves into a cookie-cutter definition of success?feedback

Dee Matello

The country is way too divided between well-off people and people struggling for everything – even to see the dentist. And the worst part is, I don't see a bridge to cross over to be one of those rich people. I am just fed up with it. I don't do Facebook. It's 'I went on this trip' or 'I got this new thing.' You know, I really don't need to see how great you are doing. It puts me in a state of depression.feedback

Theresa May

Unlike a coalition of chaos and instability led by Jeremy Corbyn, we are prepared to face up to the big long-term challenges facing this country. The internet has brought a wealth of opportunity but also significant new risks which have evolved faster than society's response to them. We want social media companies to do more to help redress the balance and will take action to make sure they do. These measures will help make Britain the best place in the world to start and run a digital business, and the safest place in the world for people to be online.feedback

Elizabeth Alexander

What I loved about the chain was that I could put both our rings on it.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

When I meet a woman wearing a ring on a chain around her neck, I know immediately: member of the club, . I never noticed before.feedback

Kat Albrecht

Facebook has revolutionized finding missing dogs. But it just breaks my heart with how much more there needs to be done.feedback

Gustavo Briand

I was like, what kind of crazy thing is this? But thanks to those crazy people, I found my dog.feedback

Bentley Potter - Kingston

Without social media, I can't imagine that this would happen that frequently or effectively. So many people have told me that this is the only good reason for Facebook.feedback

Gustavo Briand

This dog is like my daughter. She sleeps with me. She's part of me.feedback

Adriana Bradley

Social media is changing the results of pet tracking. Just sharing one post on social media can help. You don't know who's watching at that moment and looking at your post. All of sudden you see 400 likes. Then one person who recognizes the dog can say, Wow, this is my neighbor's dog,' or 'I know this dog.feedback

Nicole Asher

It's all consuming. But that can actually be the worst thing. It can push the dog out of that area, and potentially push it into harm's way.feedback

Lisa Kadonaga - Facebook

Here's something I made this afternoon. Now you too can have the White House press secretary in – or rather 'among' – the bushes in your yard.feedback

Avi Kaplan

It's been extremely hard for me to not be able to see my family or friends when I need to or when they need to see me. It's been hard for me to just escape to nature when I'm feeling overwhelmed or when I just need time for myself.feedback

Avi Kaplan

I believe in what we do, and I believe in what they will do. I could never inhibit their success in any way. I would never, ever want that.feedback

Zachary Black

The smell was unbearable, we employees could hardly stomach the smell, I can't imagine what this little dog was going through. Today he left the vet hospital and is headed to his foster home. His foster mom has lots of experience with neglected and sick animals. While in her care he will receive his medications, special diet and be totally pampered! We are so thankful for everyone who has shared his story, donated to his medical fund, and helped us spread awareness for pets like Motto.feedback

Melissa Parrish - Forrester Research

This kind of first quarter return is not uncommon. Both Facebook and Twitter experienced substantial drops after their first earnings reports, and their results have diverged completely from that point onward, so this particular earnings report doesn't suggest a clear future for Snap's business in either direction.feedback

Ross Levinsohn

I think the negative here is that because they missed, it will give the agencies and CMOs a bit of leverage in negotiating rates.feedback

Ross Levinsohn

I go to Facebook, and I'm seeing more and more fake news, it's really heavy, heavy politics. I think Evan and team are creating the most unique creative platform that's been created on the internet in a very long time.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

They're how we explain our past and set expectations for our future.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

We all need our posses – especially when life puts obstacles in our path.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

You don't have to do something huge. You don't have to wait until someone tells you exactly what they need. And you don't have to be someone's best friend from the first grade to show up. Building collective resilience also means trying to understand how the world looks to those who have experienced it differently – because they are a different race, come from a different country, have an economic background unlike yours. We each have our own story but we can write new ones together – and that means seeing the value in each other's points of view and looking for common ground.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

Build resilient organizations. Speak up when you see injustice. Lend your time and passion to causes that matter.feedback

Sheryl Sandberg - Facebook

We don't have a set amount of resilience – it's a muscle that any of us can build. We build resilience in ourselves. We build it in the people we love. And we build it together, as a community – that's called collective resilience. It takes strength to rely on others.feedback

Takorn Tantasith

If Facebook still shows content declared illegal by court orders in Thailand, action must be taken against Facebook Thailand. They could argue that they are not involved (in removing content), but Facebook Thailand is still operating here.feedback

Asa Soltan

I'm so into the Caudalie Beauty Elxir. I spray it on my face after cleaning and before moisturizing. The smell is so delicious and the refreshing mist feels incredible on my face. It's an all natural luxurious toner with the most lovely pure essential oils. I use it on my face throughout the day and it lifts me up every time! The smell is so intoxicating, it takes me straight to the South of France, where I don't mind being transported to on a daily basis.feedback

Peter Wanless

Every year we hear from thousands of children who are struggling to cope with the pressure to succeed in exams. For some this can feel so insurmountable that it causes crippling anxiety and stress and in some cases contributes to mental health issues or even suicidal thoughts and feelings. Exams are important but worrying and panicking about them can be counterproductive, leaving young people unable to revise and prepare. It is vital that young people are supported by family, friends and teachers during the exam period to help them do the best they can.feedback

Jermaine Watkins

To hatred, we say no way, not today. To division, we say no way, not today. And to loss of hope, we say no way, not today.feedback

Bekka Shelp-Higgins

I didn't even notice the scars until I read the caption. I just saw raw beauty, strength and love. So incredible.feedback

Tom MacArthur

I want to be sure we don't pull the rug out from 20 million people. No American should lack insurance. And I'm not talking about access – I'm talking about insurance.feedback

Tom MacArthur

She had over $1 million in medical bills. So I know what this is like.feedback

Hannah Jane Parkinson

We need to take these tech giants to task. They must acknowledge their influence and become truly accountable for their actions. Let’s say you woke up this morning and after stopping your alarm clock, asked it to play some get-up-and-go music. You go to make breakfast and see that you’re out of butter, but it doesn’t matter, because a delivery is on its way. On your commute, you catch up with friends from back home. You turn to news across the Atlantic, read an interesting article on Trump. You go to a new spot for lunch and pay using your phone – and also for the train, and then for the last stretch, a cab. Once home, dinner is by app, and you settle down to watch the latest TV show, except, it’s not actually shown on a TV.feedback

Leah Carroll

Look at THAT boy! You brought your boys over to Malachi and said, I bet he would like to know your names! As they said their names, my little Malachi started grinning from ear to ear and jabbering back to them. The joy on his face brought tears to my eyes- he loves kids his age but so many are fearful to come and speak to him. You took the time to educate your sons in that moment and help them understand that different is okay. Different is not something to fear. And that it was okay to ask questions!feedback