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The letter said forcing Facebook and Google to keep an up-to-date list of the most viral content would allow experts to understand misinformation being spread about Covid-19 vaccines.
A Nashville lawyer had his license suspended after he advised a woman over Facebook how to shoot someone and make it look like self defense. Tennessee’s top judges sanctioned attorney Winston B. Sitton after they discovered he directed a woman to invite an estranged romantic partner to her home, kill him, then lie to police, according…
Russia’s controversial space chief Dmitry Rogozin said Facebook suspended his account for a day after he got into an angry exchange with Michael McFaul, the former U.S. ambassador to Moscow.
After the FANGs, FAANGs and MAGAs , another acronym taking the investment world by storm is FANGMAN. This acronym is used by traders to refer to stocks of seven of the biggest tech companies in the world. The combined market capitalization of these stocks is about $7.9 trillion, which is roughly 25% of the total market capitalization of S&P 500 companies. To put things in perspective, the combined market cap of these seven stocks is more than the GDP of Japan, Germany or India, which are the third, fourth and fifth largest economies of the world, respectively. The Constituents: The stocks in the FANGMAN group are: Facebook, Inc. Common Stock (NASDAQ: FB ) Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX ) Alphabet Inc Class A (NASDAQ: GOOGL ) Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSF...
SINGAPORE: Facebook users across the world were automatically logged out from their accounts on Saturday (Jan 23). The question "Why did Facebook log me out?" ricocheted on various social media platforms as Facebook users sought to find the cause of the issue. Many took to Twitter to express …
All this is bad news for Mr Mark Zuckerberg, the owner of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, and among the richest persons in the world.
Facebook has apologised for issuing bans to people who mentioned the name of Sussex beauty spot Devil's Dyke, branding it 'hate speech'. The social media giant has pledged to look into the error.
Purging Today’s Freedom Activists: Why Big Tech’s Censorship Isn’t Directed Solely at Trump Supporters
There’s been a lot of unrest in the U.S. and just before the presidential election’s electoral vote, Big Tech took action and censored a great number of individuals and even competing social media platforms. Moreover, even after President Biden’s first few days in office, social media apps continued to purge dissent. On January 22, Facebook […]
Ana Palmer had previously complained about having her bags searched by an employee and claims this week she was stopped 'out of the blue' and pulled aside for a chat
Big Tech has been in the news lately, and not necessarily for the right reasons. Accusations of corporate censorship have hit the headlines in recent weeks. While serious, this may have a salutary effect – the public discussion of Big Tech’s role in our digital lives is long overdue. And that discussion will get underway just as the Q4 and full-year 2020 financial numbers start coming in. Of the FAANG stocks, Netflix has already reported; the other four will release results in the next two weeks.