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The Facebook founder responded "I don't know" when asked whether his platform would allow a hypothetical ad.
A MeToo defamation case pitting powerful artist Subodh Gupta against HerdSceneAnd, an anonymous Instagram account, could strip away a prized protection for survivors of assault — anonymity.
The Facebook CEO singled out the 2020 Democratic contender, who has called for the breakup of tech giants.
Subtle Asian Traits, founded by a group of Australian students, has become a worldwide phenomenon, helping its members figure out their Asian identities.
Users tend to share a lot of person data with their menstrual apps.
Carla Provost was among 70 current and former Border Patrol employees that were part of the group, which shared vile racist and sexist content.
"I don’t need a pair of Nikes. I need a 401(k)" -- and other lessons from the death of a venture-backed, Facebook-dependent, millennial-focused news site.
There were fears the attack targeted human rights campaigners.
Mark Zuckerberg’s power is "unprecedented and un-American,” Chris Hughes wrote.