It has been quite a while since user and consumer data has had the promise of being completely secure. Sony, Target, Equifax, and Yahoo! are just a handful of the names that come to mind when discussing the topic of security and information hacks. In mid-March 2018, Facebook was added to that seemingly infinite list … Continued
Facebook selfie leads to conviction in murder of Canadian teen
Some scientists have started using social media as a powerful tool for discovering new species, and believe they’ve identified dozens of new spider species alone via Facebook photos.
In addition to the numerous PR disasters within the world of politics, several major corporations found themselves in hot water following their own instances of branded disaster. 2017 reached a fever pitch in terms of cultural appropriation and societal insensitivity.
Caitlin Johnstone, a prominent writer on Medium, shared proof that she was banned from posting on Facebook for 3 days for sharing an article about 58 admitted false flag attacks. The article in question is from Educate Inspire Change, a fringe website that also has a Facebook page with over 2 million “likes.” When searching … Continued
Microsoft and Facebook have teamed up to lay a high-speed Internet cable on the ocean floor.
Zuckerberg is taking some responsibility for those Russian backed ads.
Accounts linked to the Kremlin bought $150,000 worth of Facebook ads in 2016.
Facebook researchers discovered that their chatbots were making up a private language. Could it be a good thing?
Harvard College administrators rescinded admissions offers to at least ten prospective members of the Class of 2021 after they posted messages joking about child abuse, sexual assault, pedophilia, and the Holocaust in a private Facebook group chat. The group, titled, at one point, “Harvard memes for horny bourgeois teens,” also featured speech directed at specific ethnic or racial groups. … Continued