Facebooks Twitter account compromised, hacker group claims credit

There’s this brilliant feeling on Fridays if you’re a reporter when you think that all the things you have to write about are complete. You kickstart some work for Monday. Maybe you be strengthened a to-do list. Hell, you might…

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Twitter-backed ShareChat eyes fantasy sports in India

The germinating grocery of fantasy boasts in India may soon have a brand-new and odd entrant: ShareChat. The local social networking app, which in August last year raised $ 100 million in a financing round led by Twitter, has developed…

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Iowa Misinformation Spreads Online, Despite New Policies

Since 2016, social media places including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have vowed to crack down on misinformation related to elections. Monday, they faced their first big-hearted exam, when retarded was the outcome of the Iowa Democratic caucus gave rise to…

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Mark Zuckerberg: being popular is so over. Its about winning now | Rebecca Nicholson

Facebooks CEO says, ominously, that he is likely to be becoming unpopular decisions because he guesses them to be right When it comes to widespread popularity, Mark Zuckerberg is not exactly the Mrs Brown’s Boys of the international community, beloved…

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Chiefs, Bears, Packers have Twitter accounts hacked

Numerous NFL teams had their social media details taken over on Monday by a hacking radical known as OurMine. The group, which brags itself as a benign entity for produce insurance awareness, claimed to commandeer at least 11 separate accounts….

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Toothless: Facebook proposes a weak Oversight Board

Facebook’s internal “Supreme Court” can’t mounted instances, can’t make decisions about Facebook Dating or Marketplace, and can’t oversee WhatsApp, Oculus, or any messaging aspect, in accordance with the bylaws Facebook proposed today for its Oversight Board. It’s designed to provide…

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Daily Crunch: Facebook expands privacy options

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to do this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. All users can now access Facebook’s…

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Facebook Helped Decimate the Media Industry but Wants Journalists to Do Its Job

Mark Zuckerberg has faced comes to politics. On Thursday, as the 2020 presidential safarus hurtled toward the first primaries and caucuses, Facebook doubled down on that policy. Rob Leathern, the company’s superintendent of concoction management, Columbia Journalism Review — 3,160…

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Teen Vogue Criticized For Sponsored Content About Facebook

A( perhaps) sponsored essay in Teen Vogue about Facebook’s efforts to preserve election integrity is getting some major blowback. The piece, a Q& A with five of Facebook’s female hires announced ” How Facebook is Helping Ensure the Integrity of…

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The 8 Biggest Hoaxes of the Decade

Sometime around the early 17 th century, a Chinese scribe named Zhang Yingyu wrote a diary announced The Book of Swindles , also known by a longer name: A New Book For Foiling Swindlers, Located on Worldly Experience: Strange Tales…

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