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Former interns at tech giants share their paths to scoring their dream gigs. As technology companies continue to creep into every aspect of our lives, they’re also becoming some of the hottest places to work. Whether it’s the prestige, the perks, or the prospect of building cutting-edge products, lots of people want to work for companies like Google and Facebook. Read Full Story
It's well documented that NSW's Police Force Facebook page is a place for dank memes and pithy takedowns. But this time they've gone too far. More »
Against all odds, tens of thousands of Brendan Fraser fans on Facebook have carved out a kind place on the internet.
Facebook is taking some heat for the pride reactions roll-out this month. The social media network added a rainbow reaction to its standard reactions in support of LGBTQ pride month. The problem: in places like Russia, users don’t have access to the new reactions. Show More Summary
Apple is fashionably late to the party, but it's arguably jumped to first place in the augmented reality race.
9 years ago I spent my days posting links to 300 plus Facebook Groups. 5 years ago I spent my days writing and placing up to 30 articles a day for clients. Today I write and publish 3 to 5 guest posts daily. I also write and publish 2 posts to Blogging From Paradise weekly. Show More Summary
For the first time ever, Facebook has publicly committed to making sure the social network is a place where terrorist groups “like ISIS and Al Qaeda” do not “have a voice.”
Facebook groups have been a a long-standing place where people meet, which is good news for brands. Pages have seen a decline in reach since the latest algorithm changes, but still remain a place for promoting your brand with the use of advertising. By engaging in niche groups you can build your fan base and … Read the Rest ?
“Our stance is simple: There’s no place on Facebook for terrorism,” Bickert and Fishman wrote. “We remove terrorists and posts that support terrorism whenever we become aware of them. When we receive reports of potential terrorism posts, we review those reports urgently and with scrutiny.”
Own a piece of Snapchat, they said. You'll be cool, they said. SEE ALSO: Snapchat is on a crusade to show why it's better than Facebook (hint: size isn't everything) If you took that advice, you're probably not in a good place. Snap's stock fell to its IPO price of $17 on Thursday, a significant barometer for the company since it went public. Show More Summary
"We want Facebook to be a hostile place for terrorists," the company said as it announced new steps against extremism online
Facebook on Thursday said it is ramping up the use of artificial intelligence in a push to make the social network "a hostile place" for extremists to spread messages of hate. Pressure has been building on Facebook, along with otherShow More Summary
"I respect your work regarding disability as many do, but I find when you post about your sexuality that I am quite uncomfortable. I'm not homophobic but it seems out of place on your Facebook page or on your Blog both of which deal mostly with issues affecting people with disabilities or, like myself, parents of someone with a disability. Show More Summary
That sweet reaction GIF finally has a place on Facebook. After a months-long test of the feature, the social network announced that it's finally rolling out support for GIFs in Facebook comments. SEE ALSO: Facebook's new Pride MonthShow More Summary
Via The Daily Bell Ideally, America would stop giving out all foreign aid, but a good place to start would be nixing aid to countries with horrible human rights records. For instance, Pakistan just sentenced a man to death for blasphemy. Show More Summary
Farmington Hills, Michigan woman Danielle Stislicki disappeared without a trace more than six months ago after leaving her place of employment in December. The missing young woman has not been seen or heard from since. Unfortunately,...Show More Summary
Facebook is a place to go when you want to share, vent, or get an answer to a question and most people do so without fear of physical retaliation, but that’s in the United States. A Pakistani man has just learned what fate has in store for him after getting on Facebook and allegedly insulting the Prophet Muhammad. Show More Summary
Facebook isn’t just a hotbed of meaningless virtue signaling, thinly veiled racism, political rants, and overly serious arguments with people you haven’t seen in several years. It’s also a great place for advertisers to spend their money — at least, that’s what the platform wants automobile manufacturers to believe. Show More Summary
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) takes place in Los Angeles June 13 through 15, and as the excitement builds, Facebook revealed the top trending video games and publishers on its platform leading into the show. The top trending publishers and video games were those that experienced the largest spike in conversation on Facebook in the...