A recent report outlines how social media services and search engines such as Facebook and Google handle political advertising on their platforms. The Masters of the Universe remain divided on how they believe political ads should be presented.
A man in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was arrested Saturday after he allegedly threatened to kill President Trump in a Facebook live video.
The New York Times reports that Facebook is continuing to refuse to fact check political advertisements on its platform despite intense pressure to do so.
Teen Vogue published and then deleted a longform feature on Facebook's "election integrity team," an article on the company's "fake news" defenses that was allegedly sponsored content from Facebook itself.
Andrew "Boz" Bosworth, a Facebook executive close to Mark Zuckerberg, urged his company not to tilt the scales against Donald Trump in 2020, according to a memo obtained by the New York Times. Boz also commented on Breitbart News, saying "every time I ...
The thing about reporting is that it helps to read what material you’ve gathered before you come up with a headline. I know, this may seem like simple stuff when it comes to journalism, but it’s apparently not standard operating procedure over at CNN. ...
A Facebook executive who supported Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump's team ran the "single best digital ad campaign" he'd ever seen in his 2016 election victory.
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Social media giant Facebook is reportedly setting up a new engineering team in Singapore to focus on the extremely profitable mainland China advertising market.
LONDON (AP) — Facebook says it is banning “deepfake” videos, the false but realistic clips created with artificial intelligence and sophisticated tools, as it steps up efforts to fight online manipulation.
A recent report from the New York Times claims that Silicon Valley's reputation as the home of major tech firms may soon be threatened as many companies open offices in New York City.
British actor Sacha Baron Cohen ripped Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during the Golden Globes on Sunday, referring to him as a "naive, misguided child who spreads Nazi propaganda."
According to a recent report, the Masters of the Universe in Silicon Valley have plans to further expand into the world of finance in the new year — falling just short of opening their own banks.
Researchers at the UK’s University of Cambridge have created a new software technology that treats online “hate speech” as a computer “virus” or “malware.”
The Golden Globes red carpet will roll out again on Facebook, which reupped its deal as the exclusive live-streaming partner for the 2020 awards’ official pre-show this Sunday. Facebook, for the third year running, teamed with the Hollywood Forei...
2019 will go into the books as a bad year for data privacy, as sensitive personal details of many millions of users were leaked, breached, or left wide open by the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe. Breitbart News has collected some of the bigges...
Facebook has a high opinion of itself. Its leadership appears to believe that its point of view on what is and is not a major news item is more important than that of the President of the United States.
In technology, "Moore's Law" refers to the doubling of microchip processing power every two years. Come rain or shine, every two years, new computers will roll off the production lines twice as powerful as the previous generation. Unfortunately Silicon...
Grandfather Doug Hayes of Gladstone, Oregon, has 10 grandkids, most pretty young and close in age. So when this Christmas rolled around, Hayes wanted to do something different. Crazy, even. He wanted to give his grandkids something that they wouldnR...
Music streaming giant Spotify won't accept U.S. political advertisements ahead of the 2020 presidential election, following a similar decision made earlier this year by Twitter.
In a display of unapologetic defiance, Silicon Valley giants including Facebook and Uber are planning to ignore new California laws scheduled to take effect in 2020, laying the groundwork for a collision course between the tech giants and state lawmakers.