Oct 02, 2017
The algorithms that helped the companies make their fortunes are of growing interest to investigators probing interference in the 2016 election.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/MNka7EN
Those Russia-linked Facebook ads are more than just a reason for concern -- they could play an important role in one of the largest investigations in recent mem...
Facebook will release over 3000 ads bought by a Russian entity to interfere in U.S. politics and the 2016 presidential election with congressional..
In the shadow of the Large Hadron Collider, six teams are competing to answer one of the Universe’s deepest existential questions.
Facebook refused to commit to releasing the Kremlin-backed propaganda it uncovered. Users may never know if they were targeted during the election—or are still being targeted now.
The big companies developing them show no interest in fixing the problem.
Facebook was forged in its founders image. So unlike traditional companies—say Google or Microsoft—Zuckerberg’s silence has already harmed his bottom line.
The special counsel team has had a growing interest to better understand the relationship between the campaign, the RNC and Cambridge Analytica, sources tell ABC News.
Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg have squandered the public's good will by downplaying just how compromised the platform was during the 2016 election.
Zinke has faced questions over his travel expenses and use of official resources, as have other members of President Donald Trump's administration.
Our freedoms made these companies rich. It’s time they lived up to their responsibilities and cracked down on foreign interference in our democracy.
HHS said the pages and links, some of which were first posted in 2012, were taken down as part of a routine update.
7 Likes, 1 Comments - Sophy (@luciana_sophya) on Instagram: “#taloyswift #spotify”
Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty.
Garnering accolades and a passionate following for her work on breakout shows such as Master of None and The Chi—and appearing in Steven Spielberg’s new film, Ready Player One—Lena Waithe is taking over screens big and small. The star and creator opens up about influence and inspiration, from the...