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Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Yesterday, to much fanfare, Facebook announced that it has set up a subsidiary in China and plans to create an "innovation hub" to support local start-ups and developers in an effort to cozy up to Beijing an ramp up its presence in the world's mo

Article Image News Link • Global, Zero Hedge

Two days after Twitter told Congress that they aren't politically biased when censoring content, several prominent conservatives discovered that the social media giant automatically includes them in a site-wide "Quality Filter Discrimination" s

Article Image News Link • Global

Facebook's user data gathering prowess has been common knowledge for some time now, but one journalist's impromptu experiment suggests it is even more ubiquitous and pervasive than previously believed. Nick Whigham, a reporter for the New Zealand

Article Image News Link • Global, BY: ALTERNATE AUTHOR

Analytica was actually a minor deal. Facebook prostituted user data – including friends names, genders and birthdates – all over the world, even as far as the Chinese government-connected firm, Huawei. With Technocracy, its 'Follow the data, fo

Article Image News Link • Global, by LUCAS NOLAN

For every regulation imposed there are 10 ways to get around it, and Technocrats at Facebook have proven themselves to be very agile. Free market forces are the best way to curtail Facebook by simply refusing to pay money to it. Meanwhile, many other

Article Image News Link • Global, by BEN SISARIO

The fact that Facebook apologized for being caught with two high-profile censorship 'oversights', is meaningless. The real question is, how many thousands or tens of thousands of videos and posts have been removed without resistance or public out

Article Image News Link • Global, By Colin Lecher

Twitter suspended 70 million accounts in in the past two months as part of a crackdown on malicious activity on its platform, according to a report in The Washington Post. The rate of suspensions for May and June is reportedly twice the company's O