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Facebook promoted lies and conspiracy theories following Amtrak crash

Facebook just can’t help itself.  Following news Wednesday morning that an Amtrak train full of Congressional Republicans crashed into a truck, the social media site was soon promoting conspiracy theories and lies purporting to explain the sinister forces behind the tragedy that left one person dead.  SEE ALSO: This was the year we turned on...CONTINUE READING

Facebook’s traffic is down 50 million hours per day as Zuckerberg demands less ‘viral videos’

One of Facebook’s core statistics doesn’t look so good. Time spent on the network — a number that drives the tech giant’s revenue — is down by an estimated 50 million hours per day. Facebook now reaches 2.13 billion people per month and has 1.4 billion daily active users. If we were to revisit that...CONTINUE READING

Is Facebook’s Messenger Kids app good for children? One group says no.

Getting children addicted to social media is now’ Facebook’s latest bad lewk. In an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg, a coalition of children’s health and education organizations and individuals have called on Facebook to shut down Messenger Kids on behalf of the wellbeing of children.  Messenger Kids is the parent-monitored chat, photo, and video messaging...CONTINUE READING

As billionaires call for regulation, Facebook throws money at journalism scholarships

Facebook is an addictive platform that should be regulated like the cigarette industry, suggested Salesforce CEO and billionaire Marc Benioff earlier this week. But Facebook actually does care about the news industry and well-being of journalists. At least, that’s what its latest philanthropic decision might suggest. On Friday, Facebook announced it’s donating $1 million toward...CONTINUE READING

Lyft investigates claim that employee improperly accessed Mark Zuckerberg’s account

An anonymous “current or former Lyft employee” has alleged online that his or her colleagues had improperly accessed the ride history and account details of romantic partners, various celebrities, and, yes, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.  So reports The Information, which broke the story Thursday afternoonLyft, for its part, is taking this claim seriously enough that...CONTINUE READING

Mark Zuckerberg’s answer to ‘fake news’ is this garbage 2-question survey

Mark Zuckerberg is here to save us from Mark Zuckerberg.   On Tuesday, just four days after the Facebook CEO announced his intention to revamp the News Feed in favor of “high quality content,” we were gifted a sneak peek at the means by which he will deliver us from the scourge of so-called fake...CONTINUE READING

Facebook admits that, yea, maybe it’s not great for democracy

Facebook is many things, but good for democracy might not be one of them. On Monday, Facebook executives and outside experts publicly released their thoughts on the effect social media — specifically Zuckerberg’s controversial platform — has on democracy. The conclusion? Um, well, yeah — it might not be so great. And Facebook did not...CONTINUE READING

Facebook just hit 2 billion monthly active human content-sharing servitude machines (or: “users”)

So, the world’s only got 7 billion people in it, and only 3.2 billion are online. On Tuesday, Facebook announced that they reached 2 billion monthly active users. So, yeah: Nearly two-thirds of the people on the Internet are on Facebook. Insert the You know what’s really cool? joke here. SEE ALSO: In search of...CONTINUE READING

Mark Zuckerberg and Travis Kalanick laugh it up at 'Babes and Balls' party

What would any kind of Silicon Valley outing be without ping pong and a heaping side of sexism?  We may never know. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick both recently attended a birthday party for fellow rich white guy Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, at the Susan Sarandon-owned San Francisco outpost of SPiN....CONTINUE READING

Why I deleted the Instagram app — and you should think about it too

Instagram has never been my favorite app, perhaps because I love reading words more than staring at photos. But beyond that core element, it’s continued to be the bane of my existence — at least while writing about the tech industry, chatting with friends, and watching the world around me strain to be more “Instagrammable.” ...CONTINUE READING
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