Facebook Trivia Quiz Questions

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Trivia Quiz Questions about Facebook

On June 12, 2013, Facebook announced that it was introducing clickable hashtags to help users do what?
A: Follow trending discussions, or search what others are talking about on a topic.

What country blocked Facebook in 2009?
A: China.

How many users logged into their Facebook account on a mobile device in each of the first three months of 2014?
A: Over one billion.

Facebook's market capitalization had risen to how much by September 2014?
A: over $200 billion.

Whom did Mark Zuckerberg host at Facebook's headquarters on December 8, 2014?
A: Chinese politician Lu Wei, known as the "Internet czar" for his influence in the enforcement of China's online policy.

As of January 21, 2015, Facebook's algorithm is programmed to filter out what?
A: False or misleading content, such as fake news stories and hoaxes.

Mark Zuckerberg prolonged the period of paternity leave from 4 weeks to how long, in November 2015?
A: 4 months.

On April 12, 2016, what did Mark Zuckerberg reveal?
A: A decade-long plan for Facebook in a keynote address.

His speech outlined his vision, which rested on what three main pillars?
A: Artificial intelligence, increased connectivity around the world and virtual and augmented reality

In June 2016, what did Facebook announce?
A: Deep Text, a natural language processing AI which will learn user intent and context in 20 languages.

In July 2016, a US$1 billion lawsuit was filed against Facebook alleging that it permitted what group to use it to perform assaults that ended the lives of four people?
A: Hamas.

Facebook released the blueprints of what item on GitHub under open-source license?
A: Surround 360 camera.

In September 2016,what did it win an Emmy for?
A: Its Visual animated short "Henry".

What tool did Facebook announce in October 2016?
A: A fee-based communications tool called Workplace that aims to "connect everyone" while at work.

What did Facebook announce on April 18, 2017?
A: The beta launch of Facebook Spaces.

In September 2017, what did Facebook announce?
A: It would be spending up to US$1 billion on original shows for its Facebook Watch platform.

In May 2018, what did Facebook announce?
A: It would make its own dating service.

On July 26, 2018, Facebook became the first company to do what?
A: To lose over $100 billion worth of stock in one day.

On July 27, 2018, what did Facebook suspend for 30 days?
A: The official page of pundit and political commentator Alex Jones.

Why was it suspended?
A: Jones participated in hate speech against Robert Mueller.

On July 31, 2018, what did Facebook reveal that the company had deleted?
A: 17 accounts related to 2018 American elections for national, state and local political elections.

As of June 30, 2017, how many employees did Facebook have?
A: 20,658.

Facebook generally has a lower “what” for advertisements than most major websites?
A: Clickthrough rate (CTR).

According to BusinessWeek.com, what kind of ads on Facebook have generally received one-fifth the number of clicks compared to those on the Web as a whole?
A: Banner ads.

According to digital consultancy iStrategy Labs, in mid-January 2014, how many fewer users aged 13 to 17 years old were present on Facebook's Social Advertising platform compared to 2011?
A: Three million fewer users.

A study found that, for video advertisements on Facebook, what percentage of users who viewed the videos viewed the entire video?
A: Over 40%

In February 2015, Facebook announced that it had reached how many active advertisers?
A: Two million.

An active advertiser on Facebook is an advertiser that has advertised in the last how many days?
A: 28.

On November 15, 2010, Facebook announced it had acquired what domain name?
A: fb.com.