Pete Buttigieg, Antony Blinken, and other Biden Cabinet officials were recently exposing their personal information on the payments app. Here's how you can make your account safer.
BuzzFeed News won for its innovative series exposing China’s mass detention of Muslims and was named a finalist for its colossal FinCEN Files investigation into the global banking industry.
The home surveillance camera company owned by Amazon has also partnered with more than 1,800 police departments.
By announcing new tools to help people make money, Instagram seemingly wants to woo back some of its disgruntled influencers.
Fake vaccine card merchants are rampant on Telegram. Meanwhile, fake vaccine card listings continue to fall between the cracks on Amazon, despite a ban on them.
The company, Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology, once sought “labor exports” in the region. Forced labor is a major part of China’s campaign against Muslims in Xinjiang.
Amazon, Reddit, and many news websites went missing for at least an hour.
Connor Flanigan and Greg Cervenak are brokering an auction for Numa Numa, Honey Badger Don't Care, and Two Pretty Best Friends.
The YouTuber has been at the center of a number of scandals, big and small. Unlike her contemporaries, Hanna offering an apology isn’t getting her back in the good graces of her audience.
“Two years for a coup, not bad,” one Facebook employee wrote sarcastically in an internal post.
Expanded inequality, an inexplicable stock market, and a whole bunch of weird habits — this is how the pandemic will change our financial lives forever.
Venmo confirmed it is adding a feature that would let people set their friend list to private or visible only to their friends.
Facebook Is Resuming Political Contributions — But Not To Lawmakers Who Voted Against Certifying The US Election
"As a result of our review, the FBPAC Board has decided to resume contributions, but not to any members of Congress who voted against certifying the 2020 election following the events at the Capitol on January 6."
Amid Israeli–Palestinian Violence, Facebook Employees Are Accusing Their Company Of Bias Against Arabs And Muslims
As Facebook contends with internal allegations of censorship, unequal enforcement, and pro-Israel bias, employees are worried it is once again bungling a politically charged issue with potential for violence.
“While money can’t buy true and lasting happiness, it most certainly can still create moments of joy and it can ease a lot of suffering.”
The company is fighting back against new rules that go into effect today in India.
The world's largest democracy has become a source of hate and lies about the violence in the Middle East.
A Picturesque Cabin In The Woods Was Listed On Airbnb. The Catch? No COVID-Vaccinated Guests Allowed.
Airbnb told BuzzFeed News the listing for the cabin in Montana violated its COVID misinformation policies.
“Business is booming for online inspired lynchings, unfortunately, all over the world,” said one researcher in Israel.
An elite crime squad searched Twitter’s New Delhi offices after the company labeled tweets from members of the ruling party “manipulated media.”
Dust off your dating apps. It's time to swipe.
We’re so used to putting our entire lives online, but what if we just…didn’t?
Old photos on Venmo, which is owned by PayPal, are easily exposed on its website. There’s no way to delete them or make a profile private.
TL;DR: If you’re looking for a modern desktop and you’ve got the cash on hand, the new iMac is the one to get.
As Uber acquires competitors and consolidates the food delivery market, drivers are losing income and options.
It somehow hit the sweet spot for kids, teens, and adults — becoming a meme machine in the process.
The peer-to-peer payments app leaves everyone from ordinary people to the most powerful person in the world exposed.
Viral (and complicated!) custom drinks are the future of Starbucks, where iced drinks now outsell hot coffee.
The photo-sharing app mistakenly removed content about the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the site of clashes between Israeli police forces and Palestinian worshippers, after associating the site with terrorism.
The former Cisco exec will fill a role that’s been vacant for nearly two years.