"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?"
Earlier this year, one woman stumbled into a side hustle that’s resulted in hundreds of free Amazon products, worth tens of thousands of dollars.
Nothing Republican Rep. Devin Nunes does during the hearings makes sense if you watch it in the moment. When it’s posted on Facebook later, though, it works perfectly.
“I like positivity and like to follow all Trump media”
House Caucus Leaders Wrote A Letter To Google Asking About Its Hire Of A Former DHS Staffer Who Worked On Family Separation
“We find it alarming when companies choose to reward and hire individuals that have played active roles in implementing cruel policies that target and hurt the communities we represent and Google is no exception.”
Good night, sweet magenta prince.
In a fragmenting world, will governments choose ruthless digital order over chaotic digital freedom?
Twitter Has Suspended Several Accounts That Tweeted “I Hired Donald Trump To Fire People Like Yovanovitch"
A spokesperson for Twitter said they're looking into whether the phrase is trending organically.
“We’re absolutely going to make mistakes here. But we firmly believe that it’s better for us to start getting it right and giving people ways to tell us how it’s wrong.”
Internet freedom declined in the past year, says independent watchdog Freedom House.
The Witnesses At Wednesday’s Impeachment Hearing Weren’t Trying To Evade Republicans’ Questions. They Couldn’t Understand Them.
The hearings might lead to President Donald Trump’s impeachment. But they won’t make us agree with — or understand — each other.
One BBC News journalist who viewed the material said: “I nearly threw up.”
Three years ago, Mark Zuckerberg considered buying the Chinese company that became the basis of TikTok. Now he's demonizing it to make the case against regulating Facebook.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Raises Security Concerns About The Army Using TikTok To Try To Recruit Young People
The Army has been using TikTok and other social media platforms to help with recruitment since earlier this year.
The wearable camera's first-person footage is wonderfully — and surprisingly — personal. But Snapchat's new 3D effects don't add much.
"I was never ‘stressed’ but I would stack up other posts against others. Now, not so much," said one Australian Instagram user.
The policy may be less sweeping than CEO Jack Dorsey initially announced.
All those headlines, all the jokes, all the misrepresentations about America's most deliciously hateable adults — they’re fake, people.
"It's gonna humble a few."
You may be searching for your school, but you'll see photos of potatoes, erotic fan art, and even ALF.
In a Wednesday court appearance, the hackers' attorney questioned a ride-hail driver who says he drove the pair to a river where they dumped her body, and filed a motion to dismiss.
Small experiments may add up to big changes down the road.
“The harsh reality is that credit cards make it easier to justify overspending."
Australia's internet watchdog blocked 8chan, but now it's back under a different name.
“The drought is canon. The climate protests are canon. But, for example, Scott Morrison isn’t prime minister.”
He's been accused of being “pro-Ukraine and anti-Russia.”
These (technical) baby boomers are OK with us.