Because there was no end in sight, the pandemic paused the idea of a future where the tech disruption would end, the economy would level out, and we'd ascend to our final post–social media forms. And some things looked ridiculous inside.
The US Labor Board Isn’t Strong Enough To Protect Workers From Amazon. Some Union Organizers Want To Go Around It.
In the lead-up to the biggest union vote in Amazon’s history, the company has already shown it can break the rules and get away with it.
A millennial stay-at-home mom from South Carolina, a gay couple from Texas, and a social worker in New York believed in QAnon. Now that Biden is president, they’re not sure where to go from here.
Cross-Slack messaging is here — with some glaring privacy loopholes.
A new report identified more than 200 militia pages and groups on Facebook as of March 18, more than two months after the insurrection at the Capitol.
Brands Are Cutting Ties With David Dobrik Following Allegations Of Misconduct Against The Vlog Squad
DoorDash, HelloFresh, and EA Sports are among the companies to announce they will no longer work with the YouTuber.
“We have identified youth work as a priority for Instagram and have added it to our H1 priority list,” reads an internal Instagram post obtained by BuzzFeed News.
“I cannot emphasize this enough: This cannot read your brain,” Facebook exec Andrew Bosworth told BuzzFeed News.
Amazon is promoting COVID conspiracy books around the world.
In a Thursday presentation, Facebook executives told employees the company isn’t to blame for social division in the country. One researcher said some polarization can be a good thing, citing the civil rights movement.
Politicians in Congress are talking about returning to the days of robust anti-monopoly enforcement.
For decades, many of us have been building a future where we could be connected while apart. COVID made that necessary. Turns out I hate it.
If Twitter muting stopped working for you, you’re not alone.
His resignation comes amid new revelations of entanglements with Nextdoor and the Walton Foundation.
A theory circulating on TikTok argues someone is just taking a picture of influencers holding up their phones.
Ghost boxes in Zillow's maps of cities like Chicago and Cincinnati appear to mark the homes bulldozed to build freeways — and the neighborhoods that were displaced in the process.
The New York Times columnist has been using his perch to promote the Weave Project — without disclosing his potential conflicts of interest to his readers.
The livestream feature has expanded from two to four people at once.
Brooks also appeared in a Facebook-produced video panel used to promote an NYU study of Facebook Groups funded by the social media giant.
Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth told employees that the company is evaluating the legal and privacy issues around facial recognition for its upcoming wearable gadget.
Embraced by India's right-wing government, Koo has given a platform to anti-Muslim hostility.
Facebook’s rules to combat misinformation and hate speech are subject to the whims and political considerations of its CEO and his policy team leader.
“I know it’s a ban because I know how the architecture works. I can’t log in anymore.”
“Based on everything we know about Mars in the past, it absolutely should have been capable of supporting ancient life," one NASA scientist said.
Fifteen states have opened up vaccinations to people with certain health conditions. Here's how you can prove you are eligible.
A Clearview AI Patent Application Describes Facial Recognition For Dating, And Identifying Drug Users And Homeless People
A patent unveiled on Thursday describes several potential uses for Clearview AI, such as creating networks for people in industries like real estate or retail to “share headshots of high-risk individuals.”
Defying the Indian government could put Twitter officials in jail. But not doing so would mean enabling a crackdown against free speech.
The government has reportedly ordered the company to take down access to nearly 1,200 additional accounts.
“How are the emoji’s being recommended in this and can we remove this so this doesn’t perpetuate Asian racial stereotypes?”
Documents seen by BuzzFeed News show that Parler offered Trump 40% of the company if he posted exclusively to the platform. The deal was never finalized.