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Facebook posts may point to depression, study finds

The findings raise significant privacy issues, the researchers said.

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Minnesota Senate candidate Karin Housley compared Michelle Obama to a ‘chimp’ in 2009

In a Facebook post, Housley said that a chimpanzee from a 1951 film “stood up straighter than Michelle. Uh-oh, someone is going to make a comment.”

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Instagram co-founder on quitting Facebook: ‘No one ever leaves a job because everything’s awesome’ - CNET

Kevin Systrom hinted there were tensions between him and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

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Facebook will ban false voting information during midterm elections, report says - CNET

The new policy goes into effect leading up to the US midterms.

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Jenna Cooper Reveals Forensic Investigation Results to Prove She Didn't Cheat on Jordan Kimball

Jenna Cooper is trying to clear her name. A month ago, the former Bachelor in Paradise contestant was caught in controversy when alleged text ...

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Facebook will ban misinformation around voting during the midterm elections

Facebook instituted a global ban on false information about when and where to vote in 2016, but Monday's move goes further.

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Facebook to say who pays for UK political adverts

Facebook said on Tuesday that it would require British political adverts posted on its pages to carry disclaimers and identity flags, in an attempt to crack down on the spread of misinformation.

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Jada Pinkett Smith 'cried for 45 days straight,' husband Will Smith claims

Will Smith joined wife Jada Pinkett Smith on her Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk" to talk about a point in their marriage when he was "failing."        

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Facebook to ban false information about voting requirements ahead of U.S. midterms

Facebook Inc. will ban false information about voting requirements and fact-check fake reports of violence or long lines at polling stations ahead of next month's U.S. midterm elections, company executives say.

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U.S. consumers need more control over social media data: lawmaker

U.S. consumers should be able to easily move data like photographs and contacts from one social media application to another, potentially opening up ...

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Exclusive: Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming U.S. elections

Facebook Inc will ban false information about voting requirements and fact-check fake reports of violence or long lines at polling stations ahead of ...

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Why Bill Self’s texts with an Adidas official are a headache for Kansas basketball

In federal conspiracy trials, messages show TJ Gassnola’s desire to help Jayhawks coach land players.

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Myanmar’s Military Said to Be Behind Facebook Campaign That Fueled Genocide

With fake pages and sham accounts, the military targeted the mostly Muslim Rohingya minority group, said former military officials, researchers and civilian officials.

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Facebook removes more accounts spreading military propaganda in Myanmar

Facebook said it removed 13 pages and 10 accounts that were used to spread military propaganda in Myanmar as part of its ongoing effort to combat the spread of misinformation on its social network.

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Priscilla Chan's $61 billion mission to help the next generation

Priscilla Chan always knew she wanted to help children. Now she and her husband Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg are leading the multi-billion dollar Chan Zuckberg Initiative to do it on a massive scale.

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Political contests erupt as cities and hotel industry struggle to curb Airbnb

In backlash, hosts force referendum in San Diego; short-term rentals continue rapid growth despite new regulations.

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Facebook is banning misinformation about voting ahead of the midterms

Partisan fraudsters may have a tougher time disseminating misinformation to voters over the next 22 days, as Facebook has vowed to crack ...

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The bizarre thing that happens when artificial intelligence tells people their fortunes

Alexander Reben trained artificial intelligence to create restaurant-style fortune-cookie fortunes. The roboticist didn't expect that the AI would start producing strange and ominous messages, many of them tinged with absurdist humor.

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WATCH: Facebook tests un-send button for its Messenger app

Some users claim to have spotted the new feature on the Messenger android app.

Reuters /
Germany says it is pushing for battery cell production in Germany

Germany is pushing for battery cell production to be set up in Europe's biggest economy, the German Economy Ministry said in a statement following a meeting of members of the European Battery Alliance in Brussels.

Washinton Post /
As cities and the hotel industry struggle to curb Airbnb, voters are pushing back

The explosive growth of short-term rentals has spawned political contests that highlight the difficulty of managing a disruptive new industry.

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Behind the viral fundraiser: meet the aid group reuniting families

A Facebook campaign turned Raices into a symbol of zero tolerance opposition almost overnight. The Guardian visits the team on the groundFrom the ...

The Guardian /
Political ads study finds the right favors Google, the left Facebook and Twitter

An analysis found Donald Trump had the largest number of ads while Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke was the largest spenderLeft-leaning organizations ...

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How '90s stars like Tia Mowry are having a comeback with shows on Facebook and YouTube

"Tia Mowry's Quick Fix" is part of a slate of original programming from digital media and entertainment company Kin, which is building ...

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Aaron Hernandez was sexually abused as young boy, report says

An investigative series by The Boston Globe revealed that former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who killed himself in prison last year, was sexually molested as a young boy. The previously undisclosed information came from the Globe's "Spotlight Team" from interviews, thousands of court and government ...

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Children in Ebola-Affected DRC Return to School

The U.N. children's fund reports the vast majority of children living in Ebola-affected areas of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo have returned to school where they are taught ways to avoid infection. School began one month ago in Democratic Republic of Congo. The U.N. children's fund says efforts to get children to return to school in ...

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PS4 owners say malicious messages are crashing their consoles

Malicious message crashes aren't just for smartphones, it seems. Numerous PS4 owners have reported receiving PSN messages where an unrecognized character effectively bricks their consoles, making them crash and leaving them unable to ...

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