Spammers are targeting Venmo users who show up in the app’s public feed and flooding them with dozens of payment requests.
"I am proud of that."
The social media giant is trying to prove it can be trusted to police itself.
Sydney's Air Quality Has Hit Hazardous Levels. Food Delivery Companies Are Still Letting Their Riders Work.
"I can't afford to not deliver," one rider told BuzzFeed News.
Exclusive: Facebook Fired A Contractor Who Was Paid Thousands In Bribes To Reactivate Banned Ad Accounts
"This behavior is absolutely prohibited under our policies and the individual is no longer working with Facebook."
The best video-chatting device that nobody uses is now a little more palatable for the Facebook-averse.
Facebook Tells US Attorney General It’s Not Prepared To Get Rid Of Encryption On WhatsApp And Messenger
“People’s private messages would be less secure and the real winners would be anyone seeking to take advantage of that weakened security,” the company wrote to leaders in the US, UK, and Australia.
Untrained volunteers are running communities that are a town square, Neighbourhood Watch, and emergency information service all rolled into one.
“The people that read Musk's tweet wouldn’t have known who he was talking about," one juror told BuzzFeed News.
NATO-Linked Researchers Bought Fake Social Media Engagements To Test How Facebook, Twitter, And Google Combat Manipulation. The Companies Failed.
A NATO affiliate carried out a four-month experiment into manipulation on social media websites. The findings are published in a major new report.
Facebook Said A Chinese Company Compromised Users With Malware And Then Ran Ads Using Their Accounts
The defendants allegedly used the accounts to run ads that often misused the images of celebrities to sell “counterfeit goods and diet pills.”
Kashmiris enduring their region's ongoing internet blackout are losing their WhatsApp accounts because of the platform's policy on inactive accounts.
Filed in a Georgia court, the suit claims that the email marketing platform allowed a sex trafficker to match a victim with an online market for sexual exploitation.
Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are passing the torch.
The workers, who call themselves Amazonians United Sacramento, say that unlike other Amazon employees, they receive no paid time off.
A group of former Google employees who were terminated last month are hoping their complaints about unfair labor practices will trigger a federal investigation into the search giant.
"Facebook did a great job," said Alex Tan. "They didn’t say that this post contains a falsehood."
That’s far more than the estimated amount Warren spent in November.
Match Group, which owns most major online dating services, screens for sexual predators on Match — but not on Tinder, OkCupid, or Plenty of Fish. A spokesperson said, “There are definitely registered sex offenders on our free products.”
“Look a little closer!”
Some of these things may change your life. Or not.
Get ready for a listing boom over the next 20 years in retirement destinations like Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Tucson.
Twitter made a swift change to its plans to purge inactive accounts after people pointed out it this meant deleting the accounts of dead loved ones.
“IPhones are great products. Seriously, though, @Apple, please, please, stick to high-tech and entertainment. Global politics is not your strong side,” Ukraine’s foreign minister tweeted.
Pull this up on your phone before you start arguing at the dinner table this year.
The assistant police chief of Chandler, Arizona, briefed colleagues in April on “leveraging consumer surveillance systems.”
"Oh my fucking god."
For now, Donald Trump and Joe Biden can target ads however they want on Facebook. How long will that last?
"My first thought would be, why would anyone hack a cricket club's Twitter that has no followers?"