Lawsuits, mountains of unsold leggings, and families drowning in debt: the tumultuous story behind a multilevel marketing brand that promised millennial women a pathway to financial freedom.
“This is an invasive maneuver resulting in poor user experiences.”
Chances are you're reading this on a phone right now.
“My host said to me, ‘I don’t know what you’ve done in your private life, but you’re not allowed into this building.’”
“There is a general sense of fear, so people look out for information — and YouTube becomes one of the places to look for it.”
“Proactive and reactively we will delete evil my brother.”
Facebook warned against the potential "overreach" of Singapore's anti-fake news law as it blocked a page that was flagged for spreading false information about the coronavirus.
"It's incredible the sheer speed at which lies travel, particularly when they’re targeted at groups," one fact checker said.
“I’m committing $10 billion to start and will begin issuing grants this summer. Earth is the one thing we all have in common — let’s protect it, together.”
TikTok's "For You" page serves up clips from literally anybody — and users say they are being exposed to videos that glorify eating disorders.
The man who runs the account confirmed to BuzzFeed News that he is its genuine owner and a supporter of the South Bend mayor’s candidacy.
It’s already impossible for users to tell what’s #sponsored or not on Instagram.
The announcement comes two days after dozens of meme accounts promoted Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s campaign.
We tested a new filter that promises to keep unsolicited dick pics out of your Twitter DMs. (This post is NSFW.)
The company's shutdown leaves 114 people, including Andy Rubin, out of jobs.
The video platform is doing better than many other social networking sites but still faces an uphill battle.
Websites banned by Australia's internet censor include a right wing Canadian blog, three online news publications and two forums where violent videos are regularly shared.
”The report is absurd on many levels and further demonstrates that Clearview simply does not understand the harms of its technology in law enforcement hands.”
Twitter Got A Big Tax Break To Stay In San Francisco. Now Jack Dorsey Says Its Future Is No Longer In The City.
As Twitter's home city nears a vote limiting new office space construction, the company may be forced to locate its workforce elsewhere.
Online Stores Promoting Koala Gifts On Facebook Said They Would Donate To Bushfire Charities. It’s Unclear If They Did.
Online stores popped up during Australia’s bushfire crisis, and ran hundreds of Facebook ads promoting koala-themed gifts. But their claims of charitable giving are difficult to prove.
A Russian Propagandist Ran An Ad In The Washington Post — And Then Ran Victory Laps In Russian Media
When Alexander Malkevich wanted to free two Russians being held in Libya, he turned to an unlikely place — the American media.
As they stole stories from real newspapers, these sites baffled scientists, activists, and journalists. Until now.
The billion-dollar e-cigarette startup is fighting for its life. Employees are calling out the chaos and considering jumping ship, according to internal documents and audio obtained by BuzzFeed News.
Clearview AI Wants To Sell Its Facial Recognition Software To Authoritarian Regimes Around The World
Facebook confirmed to BuzzFeed News that it has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Clearview AI, asking the company to stop using information from Facebook and Instagram.
“White Horse Prophecy, resurrected! (btw, there is no such thing as the white horse prophecy)”
Facing public budget cuts and restrictive anti-abortion legislation, some medical providers are using Reddit to connect with people who can't find answers anywhere else.
The company will remove media that people have altered in order to cause harm.
In January 2017, when the Trump administration first unveiled a travel ban targeting seven majority Muslim countries, the tech industry took up arms. This time around there's mainly been silence.
The card game company purchased the comedy website from G/O Media in an all-cash deal, transforming ClickHole into a majority employee-owned company.