Amid questions about her influence at the social network, the high-profile executive has been asked to fix safety and security issues. But can the deliberative Ms. Sandberg ride herd on a free-wheeling engineering culture?
Betsy MorrisRussian interference. Fake news. Data insecurity. Sheryl Sandberg's got to lean in on problems she missed. It's now her job to fix Facebook. Here's story I did with @dseetharaman and @bobmcmillan
An unlikely triumvirate of Silicon Valley insiders is holding the tech industry accountable on privacy and addiction. Yesterday, they scored a major victory in California, where legislators passed a sweeping data-privacy law.
Betsy MorrisHere's my story of three men standing up to the tech industry - and Succeeding. Case in point: the sweeping CA. privacy bill signed into law Thursday. wsj.com/articles/the-n… via @WSJ
An exclusive WSJ analysis shows how venture-capital investment from Asia is skyrocketing, threatening to shift power over the world’s innovation away from the U.S. The surge positions Asian investors to win stakes in markets that Western companies...
YouTube this week surfaced videos peddling misinformation, hateful messages and conspiracy theories to users searching about mainstream news events—problems that caused the site to change its search results to promote more authoritative sources.