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Apple influenced Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to ban InfoWars, report says

After weeks of struggling to answer questions about whether or not Alex Jones and InfoWars should be allowed to remain on Facebook, the company caught some onlookers by surprise when it announced early Monday morning that it had “unpublished” pages belonging to Alex Jones and InfoWars. Nothing had changed in terms of the content posted...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook ‘regrets’ adding confetti and balloons to Indonesia earthquake posts

When your reach is global, it’s perhaps difficult not to inadvertently stick your fingers in a few places they don’t belong — especially if you happen to be rocking the blithe self-assurance of one Mark Zuckerberg. When a natural disaster strikes, people often turn to Facebook to express sympathy and concern for those caught in...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook uncovers a new plot to manipulate its users — and proves they’ll always be a target

Here we go again. Facebook on Tuesday announced that it had once again detected and removed a coordinated group of so-called “inauthentic” accounts working to influence the U.S. political landscape. Despite the lessons learned from the disastrous Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, these unnamed actors managed to use the social media platform to...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook just set a $119 billion record for failure

Mark Zuckerberg has done it again.  The Boy King of Silicon Valley is renowned for creating the world’s largest social network, potentially swinging at least one U.S. presidential election, and suing native Hawaiians to keep them off his 700-acre-island estate. But on Thursday, he adds another questionable feather to his surveillance-capitalism cap: Overseeing the largest...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook suspends yet another analytics company

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Facebook allows a third-party analytics company access to user data, conducts poor oversight of said company, and then is caught flat-footed when asked about the situation by a journalist.  Yeah, it’s happened again. And no, you’re not crazy for getting that Cambridge Analytica déjà vu. Facebook was...CONTINUE READING
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Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t think Holocaust deniers should be removed from Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg basically thinks people being dumb should be allowed on Facebook, even if that means said people are being offensive. Speaking with Recode editor Kara Swisher on her podcast about a variety of tech controversies Facebook has been embroiled in, including the question of what content should be allowed on his site, Zuckerberg brought...CONTINUE READING
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Real headlines from InfoWars, a site that’s not banned from Facebook

Facebook sure has a strange definition of analysis.  In the wake of a scandal over the spread of misleading information on its platform, the company hosted a group of reporters on Wednesday in Manhattan with the apparent goal of showcasing its efforts to combat fake news.  But when asked by CNN reporter Oliver Darcy why...CONTINUE READING
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61 Facebook app developers still had access to users’ friends data after 2015

Facebook said that apps’ data-scraping days ended in 2015. But that wasn’t the end of the story. In 2015, Facebook says it changed the policy that allowed app developers — such as the Cambridge Analytica-affiliated researcher Aleksandr Kogan — access to the data of app users’ friends. That was the tactic that enabled Kogan to...CONTINUE READING
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Instagram is worth $100 billion, and life is meaningless

LOL remember when we all thought Facebook’s 2012 acquisition of Instagram for $1 billion was bananas? LMAO! Now Instagram is worth $100 billion! Ha ha ha!! An analyst published the estimate for Bloomberg Intelligence on Monday. That’s a…wait for it…100-fold return on Facebook’s investment in the little photo sharing app with the square pics and...CONTINUE READING
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‘The Onion’ promises it won’t stop trolling Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is getting a taste of what happens when you piss off The Onion.  The satirical news site has been relentlessly trolling Zuckerberg and Facebook for the past few days and promises it’s only getting started. SEE ALSO: Facebook’s desperate for people to take its fake news fight seriously While the satirical...CONTINUE READING
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