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Tech Giants Won’t Spill Their Secrets—Congress Can Make Them
Facebook Workers Will Check Nudes First to Stop Revenge Porn
Reports this week said a Facebook pilot program would let users volunteer nudes to an algorithm to stop revenge porn—but those nudes will be viewed by a human at the company first.
Trump's Twitter Hijack and the Internet's Fragile Trust
We’ve turned our digital lives over to people we’ve never met.
American Alt-Right Leaves Facebook for This Russian Site
Kicked off the U.S. social-media giants, white supremacists are finding a home on Russia’s VKontakte, where they are finding fellow travelers and fewer restrictions.
UP AND UP
Facebook Now Says Russian Disinfo Hit 150 Million People
Mark Zuckerberg once claimed it was crazy to think Russian trolls on Facebook impacted the 2016 election. Now, the company admits, Kremlin propaganda touched 150 million.
Twitter & Facebook Have Few Answers for Senators on Russia
If social media companies get into the business of what is truth and what is agitprop, it might mean a radical restructuring of their relationships with users—and with Washington.
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Civil Rights Orgs to Facebook: Fix Your ‘Pervasive Bigotry’
The Human Rights Campaign and SPLC, along with several other groups, filed a joint letter to Facebook imploring them to quit talking change and actually take action.
Toback Accuser: He Asked if He Could Lick My Armpit
Countless women have come forward on Twitter and Facebook with their own horror stories about the director.