Ask a stupid question… get laughed at on the internet.
On a tous un côté un peu louche.
In a Facebook post, the company’s chief product officer apologized to “the affected community of drag queens, drag kings, transgender, and extensive community of our friends, neighbors, and members of the LGBT community.”
An inside look at how Twitter, Instagram, and other social media channels are being used today.
As news comes that police are targeting LGBT people through Facebook in countries like Egypt, a Facebook spokesperson tells BuzzFeed News the “real name” policy applies to Facebook users everywhere.
Chartbeat today said the Media Ratings Council has accredited the company as a measure for tracking audiences. It includes two new metrics: “active exposure time” and “lifetime exposure.”
J’ai oublié le son de ma propre voix.
The company acquired Atlas in 2013 from Microsoft. Now, that service will be able to deliver more targeted ads using Facebook’s data.
“Police may be posing as LGBT on social media to entrap you,” said a warning Grindr sent to Egyptian users on Thursday.
“So now there’s some dormant Facebook account out there, and it’s just me and the Zuck.”
Comment ça je ne peux pas épouser mon chat ?
Spot a dog, post it, win points. Voila, your newsfeed is now full of cool dogs.
“We are trying to react to current events… But we reject violence in any form.”
What do you mean I can’t be married to my cat?
Facebook est peuplé de psychopathes. Vous, y-compris.
The Chinese e-commerce company is bigger than a lot of S&P 500 companies. Do you know which ones?
“At this point I’m so used to it. It still bothers me, but I just expect it.”
And the website of its Egyptian affiliate is taken down.
Facebook is updating its ranking algorithm to determine which stories are more important in a given moment than others.
The social media giant agreed to reinstate hundreds of accounts deleted due to its policy requiring users to display their legal names, but only temporarily.
“We are looking at any conversation, any interaction, we might find worrying or would want to keep a closer eye on.” Sheera Frenkel reports from Jerusalem and Maged Atef from Cairo for BuzzFeed News.
Hispanic Heritage Month is great and all, but Spanish-American and Latino influence goes much deeper than tacos and salsa music. Note: tacos and salsa music are awesome.
Everyone on the internet is a jerk.
The company is requiring many users to use their legal names, which activists say could harm transgender people, drag queens, and other users who may use pseudonyms on the social network for various reasons.
Jenna and Dan Haley spent the last nine months making sure they got to share their lives with their unborn son Shane.
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Facebook said it did not believe that the footage of a kitten being set on fire promoted or encouraged animal cruelty.
The 16-year-old girl and her family posted photos of her horrific attack on Facebook in an effort to catch the men responsible.
Conversations between young women who claim to be ISIS members living in Syria provide a disturbing insight into the everyday lives of female militants.
Police are currently questioning a young man on suspicion of arson. Hundreds of thousands of pounds have since been donated to the dog shelter.