Facebook Says President Trump is Allowed to Lie on His Ads
Politics

Facebook Says President Trump is Allowed to Lie on His Ads

The Trump campaign has been putting out ads on Facebook since September, and the company has confirmed it does not run them through fact-checking.
Twitter Won’t Flag Trump's Racist Tweets Towards Congresswomen
Politics

Twitter Won’t Flag Trump's Racist Tweets Towards Congresswomen

Twitter will not trigger its flagging system designed to limit the reach of banned content by publish officials.
There is a Country without Internet for 365 Days and Counting
Technology

There is a Country without Internet for 365 Days and Counting

The president of Chad decided to shut down the Internet to suppress divergent opinions, and the nationwide ban has been active since March last year.
Facebook's New Feature “Why Am I Seeing This Post?
Technology

Facebook's New Feature “Why Am I Seeing This Post?" is a Big One

The new feature is designed to increase transparency on how Facebook’s News Feed Algorithm works.
Snapchat Could Launch a Gaming Service Soon
Technology

Snapchat Could Launch a Gaming Service Soon

The secretive “Project Cognac” is expected to be up and running by the end of the month, and it will feature externally developed games designed to work inside the Snapchat app.
Google to Remove Mandatory Arbitration for Its Employees
Technology

Google to Remove Mandatory Arbitration for Its Employees

Google announced that it will phase out the mandatory arbitration process that employees had to go through to solve internal disputes with the company. The change will go into effect on March 21 and it will affect both current and future employees.

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