And no, it won’t match you with your preexisting Facebook friends.
User data from people who ordered pods from its website is being passed to a political PR agency to help fight state regulations.
The lawsuit claims that Lyft received nearly 100 complaints of sexual assault in California in just two years.
A community of Orthodox Jews prospers by selling products on Amazon — and keeping one foot in modernity and one foot out.
“Human rights are being snatched away as we speak.”
"We thought this was a good time to stick it to the collectivist, idealist identitarian left."
“You could drop a nuclear bomb on the forest and it would be better than mining it.”
Amazon’s Next-Day Delivery Has Brought Chaos And Carnage To America’s Streets — But The World’s Biggest Retailer Has A System To Escape The Blame
Deaths and devastating injuries. A litany of labor violations. Drivers forced to urinate in their vans. Here is how Amazon’s gigantic, decentralized, next-day delivery network brought chaos, exploitation, and danger to communities across America.
Jack Dorsey's Twitter account was compromised on Friday afternoon and tweeted the n-word and anti-Semitic remarks. A source confirmed he had his mobile device "SIM swapped."
More than 10 million Ring doorbells have been installed worldwide, and BuzzFeed News found evidence that the company is working to develop facial recognition technology for its devices in Ukraine.
Men Have Been Using Twitter And Pinterest To Post And Organise Creepy Screenshots Of Women Journalists
In response to questions from BuzzFeed News, Twitter said the accounts sexually objectified women “without their consent”, while Pinterest called them “gross” and apologised.
An Alphabet Chief Legal Officer Called Himself “Far From Perfect” In Addressing An Extramarital Relationship At Work
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, declined to comment on the matter.
She Was Ordered To Pay Damages And Apologize To The Man Who Allegedly Assaulted Her — So She Left The Country
Shailja Patel accused a fellow writer of sexual assault. Five years later, she’s in hiding in another country.
“It’s just a great place to talk about theater,” one teen told BuzzFeed News of the Instagram musical theater community, “because you don’t really get that in school, because a lot of people aren’t really into it.”
“Attorneys are bad. They told us the wrong things to say.”
Some of the websites use fake profile photos for their writers, while others spread false information.
Exclusive: Funders Have Given Facebook A Deadline To Share Data With Researchers Or They’re Pulling Out
Facebook has to provide key data by Sept. 30.
If convicted, Anthony Levandowski faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
“They’re trying to make all of us sign an NDA to shut us up so we can’t expose them again."
US manufacturers may be leaving China — but they're going to places like Vietnam.
Federal Agencies Have Been Sending Employees Articles From White Nationalist And Conspiracy Websites For Months
A BuzzFeed News investigation found that an arm of the Justice Department and the Department of Labor have shared stories from VDare, a white nationalist publication, with federal employees on multiple occasions over the last two years.
People posting a pseudo-legal declaration may believe they're in a two-way dialogue with the company. The opposite is true.
“I think the only way to feel reasonably confident about this project is if you ignore what’s happened over the past 16 months.”
People may be telling you to pay off debts now and dust off your résumé. Here’s what they’re actually bracing you for.
"I’d like to introduce you to a Nigerian prince," read one comment from an Instagram user mocking the energy secretary for being gullible.
These New Facebook Ads From Chinese State Media Want You To Believe Xinjiang’s Muslim Internment Camps Are Just Great
BuzzFeed News found two ads placed in the last three days casting doubt on human rights violations in Xinjiang, where the Chinese government has detained more than a million people.
Users will now be able to see the reach of Facebook’s tracking outside of the social network through a new tool called “Off-Facebook Activity,” which Mark Zuckerberg announced as "Clear History" more than a year ago.
The decision to pull the accounts comes after BuzzFeed News and other outlets reported that Chinese state-run media outlets were running ads about Hong Kong on Facebook and Twitter.
As the Hong Kong protests continue, Chinese state media outlets are hoping paid ads on Facebook and Twitter will shift the narrative online.
TikTok's viral, user-generated nature makes it easy to obscure what started as a paid campaign.