“Oxys, Roxy, Xans, Addy, codeine, perc...Available 24.7 for delivery.”
Facebook’s second-generation Portal, announced today, is more affordable than last year’s device. There’s also a new product built just for TV.
“It is very concerning that a letter from a group of senators can silence the voices of medical and scientific experts,” said a doctor who fact-checked the video.
The fact-check was conducted by three doctors who determined an anti-abortion activist's claim that "abortion is never medically necessary" was false.
The men said they saw multiple "No Trespassing" signs, but they "wanted to see the facility."
A shockingly simple work-around allows your followers to share private photos and videos posted to both Facebook and Instagram.
Data including when women last had sex was sent to Facebook and other third-party services, according to new research shared exclusively with BuzzFeed News.
Richard Allan has been a lobbyist and spokesperson for Facebook since 2009.
Volunteers Are Using Boats And Planes To Swarm The Hurricane-Ravaged Bahamas: "We Need Absolutely Everything"
"People have no way to communicate, no information, no food, no water, they barely have gasoline to get around."
Exclusive: Websites selling GBL are offering “cash on delivery” payment options, untraceable transactions, and the destruction of shipping details after purchase.
And no, it won’t match you with your preexisting Facebook friends.
In the chaos of the 2016 election, Chris Cox forged a political machine out of an unlikely demographic — one that helped Trump reach the White House and is determined to keep him there.
Queen Bey is proud. 🙌🏾
Some of the websites use fake profile photos for their writers, while others spread false information.
Exclusive: Funders Have Given Facebook A Deadline To Share Data With Researchers Or They’re Pulling Out
Facebook has to provide key data by Sept. 30.
People posting a pseudo-legal declaration may believe they're in a two-way dialogue with the company. The opposite is true.
“I think the only way to feel reasonably confident about this project is if you ignore what’s happened over the past 16 months.”
Meatloaf is an underrated food so I really appreciate this.
Users will now be able to see the reach of Facebook’s tracking outside of the social network through a new tool called “Off-Facebook Activity,” which Mark Zuckerberg announced as "Clear History" more than a year ago.
The decision to pull the accounts comes after BuzzFeed News and other outlets reported that Chinese state-run media outlets were running ads about Hong Kong on Facebook and Twitter.
As the Hong Kong protests continue, Chinese state media outlets are hoping paid ads on Facebook and Twitter will shift the narrative online.
Boris Johnson has a long way to go to match the size and engagement of his rival’s online support base, a new analysis for BuzzFeed News reveals.
The Husband Of An El Paso Victim Got An Overwhelming Response After Inviting "Everyone" To Attend His Wife's Funeral
"She was my world," Antonio Basco said. Learning that so many people want to come and honor her, he added, "makes me feel wonderful."
Humans Have Always Been Listening To Your Voice Recordings. Why Don’t Tech Companies Just Tell Us That?
Recent revelations could finally force tech giants to explain how they use our data.
Instead, users will have two options: public or private.
"If you’re struggling, please be brave and tell a trusted someone."
If you weren't in a complicated relationship at some point, did you even have Facebook?
The Philippines Was A Test Of Facebook’s New Approach To Countering Disinformation. Things Got Worse.
Disinformation campaigns in the Philippines ahead of its 2016 election offered a preview of things to come to the United States. History may be repeating itself in 2020.
While victims of international terrorism can hold terrorist groups accountable in court, the legal path is less clear in cases of domestic terrorism.
WhatsApp is “a space for private conversations online.” An Indian court could make it public.
The new feature is part of WhatsApp's efforts to curb how misinformation spreads on its platform.
Donald Trump makes no secret of his hatred for journalists, but his administration's investigation into the power of Big Tech is long overdue.
“By lumping us in with fake news and questioning whether we really qualify as satire, Snopes appears to be actively engaged in an effort to discredit and deplatform us.”
His persona fits neatly with Silicon Valley’s own political identity: outwardly progressive, but without much evident anger at the new American oligarchy.
Parents who choose not to post photos of their kids on social media struggle when Facebook-happy older relatives break the rules.
The button that ruined the internet — and how to fix it.
"this vile idiot needs a round....and I don't mean the kind she used to serve," an officer wrote on Facebook about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
After the shoot, the photographer went on a hunt to find the amazing photobomber.
“That’s all proprietary.”
The new tool tells you how an ad was targeted and which third-party agency or data broker was used. It also links to pages to opt out.
A group of 30 advocates sent a letter Wednesday to dozens of companies, including Amazon and Google, calling on them to stop giving money to politicians who discriminate.
There's a right answer here, folks.
"Ppl coming to twitter realizing their WiFi is not broke, it’s just the same old Instagram crap."
"Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, closeup and indoor."
A yearlong study concluded that Facebook had made little progress in moderating non-English-language content in India, the company’s largest market by users.
Facebook Turned Off Search Features Used To Catch War Criminals, Child Predators, And Other Bad Actors
The changes by Facebook are “a potential disaster for the human rights and war crimes community.”
Old rules and moving targets create new challenges for regulators and Congress.