A group of twentysomethings leveraged their huge YouTube audiences and actually won seats in Brazil's federal and state elections. What happens next is anyone's guess.
The timing of Facebook's announcement throws into question how serious the company is about actually fighting misinformation in Brazil's election.
"What we do know is that people trust the information they see in a WhatsApp group and are more likely to read every message that comes into the platform."
Bolsonaro has been called one of the most dangerous politicians in the world — and at the end of the month, he may become the next president of Brazil.
The Son Of "Brazil's Trump" Asked People To Share Photos Of Voting Machines To Fight Fraud. The Only Problem Is, That's Illegal.
Supporters are also posting photos of their guns next to voting machines, which is...also not great.
The security expert told the woman in an email that he'd been trying to use a PayPal receipt to get her personal information, to help protect “her digital footprint”.
A handful of articles from websites with connections to Russia's infamous troll factory have been shared thousands of times on /r/The_Donald.
Look, you clicked on this article, OK? You knew what you were getting into.
Not all heroes wear capes.
Everything You Need To Know About The Law The EU Just Passed That Could Change The Internet As We Know It
The extremely controversial copyright could have profound ramifications for how the internet works — and, yes, maybe make memes illegal.
The name change appears to be the fault of Mapbox, the third-party mapping data startup that Snapchat uses to power its Snap Map.
"What the fuck is wrong with boomers?"
Facebook Appears To Have Allowed A Fake News Operation To Publish For Months Before Mexico's Election
It also appears that Facebook's moderation team waited to delete the source of fake news until after a company partner could study and publish a report on the group.
Armed with millions of bots and thousands of fake Facebook pages, Carlos Merlo's digital marketing firm is trying to hijack Mexico’s politics with fake news.
People Are Harassing The Wrong “Red Hen” Restaurant After Another With The Same Name Refused To Serve Sarah Sanders
The Red Hen in Washington, DC, has spent the last few days trying to explain to people that two different restaurants can have the same name and not be part of a chain.
"Honestly, if a person doesn't understand that what's going on is wrong, I think there's something wrong with them."
Bourdain was in France filming CNN's Parts Unknown when he was found in his hotel room.
I think I'm having a panic attack.
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