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Meta's tumble in share price on Thursday was the market's reaction to news that a slowdown in digital advertising, new security protocols on Apple devices and a bet on the metaverse have all hurt the Facebook parent's bottom line. In particular, investors have criticized Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, seen here, for spending big on the metaverse. Michael Nagle/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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In this illustration photo taken in Los Angeles on Oct. 28, 2021, a person watches on a smartphone as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveils the META logo. The name of Facebook's parent company was changed to Meta to represent a future beyond just its troubled social network. Chris Delmas/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook just had its worst day ever on Wall Street

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Reporters Reveal 'Ugly Truth' Of How Facebook Enables Hate Groups And Disinformation

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From left to right, Dana Blumberg stands next to her boyfriend, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as they talk after a session at the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference on Thursday in Sun Valley, Idaho. Top execs across media, tech and sports gathered for their annual event known as "summer camp for billionaires." Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's A Peek Inside Sun Valley's 'Summer Camp For Billionaires'

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Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Vice President of Partnerships Dan Rose and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg walk together at the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference in July 2018 in Sun Valley, Idaho. Top tech and media moguls descend on the resort every year for a week of activities — and deals. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Moguls, Deals And Patagonia Vests: A Look Inside 'Summer Camp For Billionaires'

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Facebook's Oversight Board says the company, led by CEO Mark Zuckerberg, must take responsibility for its decisions. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In 1st Big Test, Oversight Board Says Facebook, Not Trump, Is The Problem

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The group Muslim Advocates on Thursday sued Facebook for allegedly making false statements about taking down hateful and violent content that violates its community guidelines. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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'Stop Lying': Muslim Rights Group Sues Facebook Over Claims It Removes Hate Groups

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Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer of Facebook Inc., speaks virtually during a House Energy and Commerce Subcommittees hearing. Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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5 Takeaways From Big Tech's Misinformation Hearing

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Google's Sundar Pichai, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey face Congressional scrutiny over the spread of misinformation on their platforms. Michael Reynolds-Pool/Getty Images/Composite by NPR hide caption

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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the world's wealthiest person, according to the latest Bloomberg Billionaires Index, with a net worth of $182 billion. Four others also have fortunes over $100 billion. Here, Bezos speaks at a conference in 2018. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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There's Rich, And Then There's Jeff Bezos Rich: Meet The World's Centibillionaires

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As governments around the world prepare to approve the first coronavirus vaccines, social media companies are cracking down on hoaxes and conspiracy theories. Ashley Landis/AP hide caption

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testifies remotely during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing about how social media companies handled election misinformation. Hannah McKay-Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook And Twitter Defend Election Policies To Skeptical Senators

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testifies remotely during a Senate Commerce Committee hearing Wednesday about reforms to Section 230, a key legal shield for tech companies. Greg Nash/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Days Before Election, Tech CEOs Defend Themselves From GOP Accusations Of Censorship

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify on Wednesday before the Senate Commerce Committee about a legal shield known as Section 230. Jose Luis Magana, LM Otero, Jens Meyer/AP hide caption

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Facebook, Twitter, Google CEOs Testify To Senate: What To Watch For

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his thinking has "evolved" on how to balance free speech and the harms of Holocaust denial. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook Bans Holocaust Denial, Reversing Earlier Policy

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Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, speaks during a House Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust on Capitol Hill. Mandel Ngan/AP hide caption

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4 Key Takeaways From Washington's Big Tech Hearing On 'Monopoly Power'

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