By Oscar Gonzalez | June 12, 2019 Facebook is already under fire over privacy issues and said users shouldn't have an expectation of privacy on social media. A new report says emails found as part of a government investigation might show that the...
Twitter Allows Parody Accounts For Trump But Not Beto
By Hank Berrien | 23 Jan 2019 This week, Twitter, which tolerates all sorts of parody accounts that mock President Trump, reportedly permanently suspended one lone account that brilliantly parodied former Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s series of blogs that detail his...
Journalists Blame Mass Layoffs on Google and Facebook Duopoly
Following the announcement of mass layoffs at HuffPost and BuzzFeed amongst others this week, journalists blamed the Google and Facebook duopoly on digital advertising. “What is happening to American journalism isn’t a mystery. Google and Facebook are eating this...
TWITTER: WE DON’T SHADOWBAN, UNLESS YOU’RE A ‘BAD-FAITH ACTOR’
Twitter qualified its statement saying unless a user was a “bad-faith actor” or interacted with “other communities” that were bad faith actors By Corinne Weaver | July 27, 2018 4:04 PM EDT Tech companies are re-writing the dictionary and its hard to keep up with all...
STUDY: Getting Off Facebook for Just 5 Days Reduces Stress Levels
A new study has found that taking a break from Facebook for just five days reduces the level of the stress hormone cortisol.
POLL: 63% of Facebook Users Don’t Trust Company with Their Data
A new poll finds the majority of Facebook users do not trust the social media company with their personal data.
Facebook says the number of users affected by Cambridge Analytica data leak is 87 million
The number of users whose information was improperly shared with research firm Cambridge Analytica was previously estimated by reports to be 50 million. Facebook issued the number in a lengthy post by CTO Mike Schroepfer about its privacy changes, including...
Facebook Scans the Photos and Links You Send on Messenger
System aims to detect content that violates standards. Company on the defensive about how it handles private data.
Facebook Secretly Deleted Zuckerberg’s Private Emails
Average users not afforded same ability to permanently remove messages from Facebook’s servers.
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Zuckerberg: It Will Take Years to Fix Problems Related to Private User Data
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - It may take a few years in order for Facebook to solve the problems associated with third-parties using data from its users in unauthorized ways, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview. "I think we will dig through this hole, but...
6 questions Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg still needs to answer
The CEO of the world’s largest social network will testify before Congress next week. Maybe he’ll answer our burning questions.