It's spooky how much Facebook knows about you. And Google. And Twitter. And all those places that throw up ads for something you looked at for a brief moment. I sent my aunt an email and mentioned using a 20-foot pole with a feather duster attachment. Show More Summary
It's not often I check the comments section of airline Facebook pages, because they seem to be a dark, dark place. Come and think of it, I couldn't imagine working in social media for an airline, given all the complaints they get. However, one complaint from Singapore Airlines' Facebook page is getting a lot of attention. Show More Summary
Facebook Games have been quite popular for a long time now, and users could send each other requests to play on a separate platform. The evolution of social media requires everything to be at one place, and today Facebook has announced the integration of ‘Instant Games’ on its platform. Show More Summary
Obvious Plant shared a list of hilariously helpful tips for having a happy Thanksgiving. Never forget, pie is your safe place. Printable file available on Facebook.
Andela, backed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's philanthropic organisation, is placing developers from across Africa as remote developers for US companies.
Facebook has begun early testing of a feature designed to highlight places where you can access free and public Wi-Fi near you. The social networking company confirmed that its Wi-Fi discovery feature being rolled out now, but it appears only in select countries. “To help people stay connected to the friends and experiences they care about, we […]
Facebook has made the decision to stop certain advertisers from using racial targeting when placing advertisements on Facebook. According to USA Today, Facebook has specifically made the decision to stop housing, credit, and employment advertisers from using racial targeting. Show More Summary
Known for its incredible perks, impressive salaries, and great corporate culture, Facebook is one of the world's most desirable places to work. The Menlo Park, California-based tech giant consistently earns top spots on rankings like...Show More Summary
President Obama is really, really worried about the spread of fake news in places like Facebook. In a new profile of Obama in The New Yorker, David Remnick describes a scene where the president “talked almost obsessively” about a BuzzFeed...Show More Summary
The tracking siphons data from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other sites and has taken place largely out of the public eye.
A police officer in Flagstaff, Ariz., has been placed on administrative leave after a video was posted to Facebook on Wednesday showing him punching a woman in the face, according to a police spokesman. Police Sgt. Cory Runge said in a statement that the Flagstaff Police Department “became aware” of the video showing Officer Jeff […]
USA Today reports: Flagstaff police officer has been placed on administrative leave after a video showing him punching a woman in the face surfaced Wednesday on Facebook, according to a police spokesman. The Flagstaff Police Department...Show More Summary
The social network’s political sway is a given in places like the Philippines, Indonesia and Colombia, where false news often emerges to influence the vote.
WASHINGTON The pitchforks started arriving last Thursday, about 36 hours after the presidential election was called. They were virtual pitchforks, but still. Email after email. Tweets. Phone calls. Facebook posts. … Click to Continu...
Just days after facing harsh criticism for allowing fake news stories to be read unchecked across the internet, Google and Facebook are now rushing to put in place policies that cut off advertising dollars for websites publishing fictional information. Show More Summary
Facebook has announced an update for the Pages Manager app that will enable users to manage Instagram, Facebook and Messenger interactions in one place.
A West Virginia official who called Michelle Obama “an ape in heels” on Facebook has been placed on indefinite leave from her job and is calling the backlash against her a “hate crime,” the Telegraph is reporting. Until Monday, Pamela Ramsey Taylor had been the director of the Clay County Development Corp, which provides services... Show More Summary
There is one sure fire path to international publicity for an unknown Republican in an obscure office in a place few people could find on a map: say something—or in this case respond positively to—something stupidly racist on social media. Show More Summary
On Monday, San Diego-based cybersecurity firm PacketSled announced that it had placed its CEO on administrative leave after he made a series of Facebook comments threatening to kill President-elect Donald Trump. Read more...
A Fort Worth, Texas police officer was placed on restricted duty Thursday as the department conducts an investigation over a post he made on Facebook calling for black people to “purchase man guns and rounds of ammunition” to “answer the call for revolution.” “Ok my beautiful Black people, now it’s...