"I feel like everyone is being Horny On Main," one sender of nude pics told BuzzFeed News.
For $350, they’ll sell you a USB stick they claim protects you from harmful 5G radiation and prevents infection from the coronavirus. (It doesn't.)
The decision is a departure from the company's previous policy.
Life in Apple’s Information Systems & Technology division reminds some of a sweatshop. An exclusive excerpt from Always Day One, Alex Kantrowitz's new book on how the tech giants scramble to stay on top.
Once a message has been forwarded more than five times in total, it can now only be forwarded to one chat at a time.
We can finally go back to getting fish!
As religious leaders turn to virtual tools to hold their congregations together, they face a common challenge: how to build community without physical connection.
Today: How to let your friends without jobs know you want to give them money, as well as questions about redeeming gift cards and antiseptic wipes.
People on social media are sharing posts that link the pandemic to claims that a totalitarian world government is seeking to kill most of the planet’s population.
Even actor Woody Harrelson has succumbed to the baseless hoax that cellphone infrastructure is spreading the coronavirus.
A Cluster Of Coronavirus Cases Can Be Traced Back To A Single Mosque And Now 200 Million Muslims Are Being Vilified
Six COVID-19 deaths have been linked to a religious gathering in March. It’s led to a huge spike in anti-Muslim narratives and misinformation.
The anonymized data is being published on a dedicated new website.
The video chat app offered $1M for info on who was spreading rumors it was being hacked.
Amazon said employees who test positive for the coronavirus get two weeks paid leave, but those sent home with a fever should use paid time off if they have it or take unpaid leave if they don’t.
Before the pandemic began, the systems that govern our world were brittle. Today, they are broken. When we emerge, the world will be different, and so will we.
Twitter Just Took Down 9,000 Accounts Pushing Coronavirus Propaganda Praising The Government Of The United Arab Emirates
The network, parts of which were taken down last year, also attacked the UAE's rivals in the Middle East.
This Idaho Chiropractor Was Running Ads On Facebook Falsely Claiming Silver Prevents The Coronavirus
Only after being alerted did Facebook remove the page.
During the pandemic, the Daily Telegraph continues to sell space to China to push the party line.
Today: How to support a friend in the hospital or at home who has tested positive for COVID-19, as well as Easter and daycare dilemmas.
Amazon workers in Chicago followed colleagues in New York in walking off the job to protest what they say is the high risk of contracting COVID-19.
The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Set Off A Massive Expansion Of Government Surveillance. Civil Libertarians Aren't Sure What To Do.
As nations around the world take on sweeping new powers to fight the disease, critics aren't sure what's necessary and what's too far.
“China’s larger strategic goals, under which all of this rolls up, are to convince the world and make the world feel comfortable in China’s ascendancy.”
The app that sends the selfies will also send GPS coordinates so that officials can verify the person’s location.
Twitter Deleted Two Tweets From Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro For Spreading Coronavirus Misinformation
“What I have been hearing from people is that they want to work,” Bolsonaro said in one of the deleted videos.
Despite a spike in readership during the coronavirus outbreak, news organizations haven't been successful in converting the surge in traffic to revenue.
Our advice on how to deal with transferring children between co-parents, whether college seniors are fucked for jobs, and how to stop holding a grudge at someone who isn’t quarantining.
“If someone’s seen a meme telling them not to pay their rent, that’s not going to protect them from an eviction."
"Hopefully something works out, but if not I'm just glad I shot my shot."
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has promised to buy a million courses of a drug that has not been proven to help COVID-19.
I went to a concert, a yoga class, a church service, a fishing hole and a beer pong match — all in the pursuit of trying to live a normal life in a global pandemic.