President Trump “is using targeted Facebook ads to reassure supporters that he still plans to build the border wall after his recent public comments caused many to question whether he would keep his promise,” BuzzFeed reports. “The ads are not [...]
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A police officer in St. Louis posted a meme on Facebook, and is under investigation by the department.
The second grade teacher's was dismissed after an investigation.
It’s been nearly a year since the US intelligence community publicly announced its determination that the Russian government took covert actions to sway the 2016 US election. We now know that Russia did so in part by buying Facebook ads and weaponizing bots, trolls, and other social media tools created by US tech giants. But […]
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A toddler with birthday cake smeared across his face, grins delightedly at his mother. Minutes later, the image appears on Facebook. A not uncommon scenario – 42% of UK parents share photos of their children online with half of these parents sharing photos at least once a month.
Billy Corgan -- or, if you prefer, William Patrick Corgan -- is getting ready to release a new solo album called Ogilala. And in the buildup to its release, he's been playing one song a day on Facebook Live, streaming it from Madame Zuzu's, the tea house that he owns in Chicago. On the most…
Can a business become too successful? Can it serve its customers too well? It can, if you are a government economist or bureaucrat — or a less efficient rival with political connections. There are increasing calls for large technology firms such as Amazon, Google and Facebook to be brought to heel by the government, and […]
A Republican South Dakota legislator under fire for a Facebook post has apologized and called her actions a "lack of judgment." Rep. Lynne DiSanto of Box Elder shared a meme … Click to Continue »
BETSY WOODRUFF: Facebook Silences Rohingya Reports of Ethnic Cleansing. Rohingya people trying to use social media to share information about the attacks on them tell The Daily Beast they have had their posts removed and their accounts shut down, and that they hope Facebook stops silencing them. A Facebook representative told The Daily Beast the […]
The resale market is resilient as stores use Facebook and Instagram to connect with shoppers.
Two weeks ago, I posted this on Facebook: So clearly, Stanley and I are basically the same person: - He runs 2x a day. I've HAD the runs 2x a day. - He runs for Nike. I run for the YWCA of Minneapolis (with much fewer perks, but also less child labor). - He has no idea about his weekly mileage. Show More Summary
A few weeks ago, I was scrolling through Facebook, and I came across this video labeled “All Southern Moms.” So, I decided to open it and take a peek (who doesn’t like a good laugh, right?). It’s a mom in the kitchen, her two children sitting at the counter eating, and she asks her son […]
These days, there’s much more to Facebook than just poking your friends and sharing photos of your birthday. Facebook has grown to become a thriving and active marketplace. And like any marketplace, there are times when you need to get a refund for something you’ve purchased. Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May is urging internet companies to block the spread of extremist material, calling on social media giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google to develop technologies that will … Click to Continue »
If there is a single innovation worth saving from the wreck of modern history, it is the humble potato chip. This salty, savory delicacy, first popularized during the Industrial Revolution, is now a staple of the national diet: Americans individually eat an average of 4 pounds of chips per year, for an annual nationwide total of 1.5 billion pounds. Show More Summary
It's like clockwork. every month or so, you'll be scrolling through your Facebook feed and stumble across a video about a new ring or underwear, colour-changing straws or colour-changing nail polish, or "smart stickers" that claim to help prevent sexual assault. Show More Summary
A woman and her Facebook post are getting attention, and the vast majority I doubt she want’s any part of. You see, this young stupid girl thought she would showcase