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Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Now that the dramatic, if pointless and expensive, interlude of Musk trying to sabotage his own (extremely overpriced) purchase of Twitter is finally over with Musk conceding to buy the social network at the original proposed price of $54.20.

Article Image News Link • Global by JONATHAN VANIAN

Mark Zuckerberg is having a hard 2022. His personal fortune has dropped precipitously and social media in general is running into a wall. Some call it "social media fatigue", but users are finding out that they really can do without Facebook and

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

As advertising revenue growth stalls, Meta Platforms Inc., the owner of Facebook and Instagram, told employees that it plans to implement a hiring freeze and restructure employee teams in the latest effort to trim costs, reported Bloomberg.

Article Image News Link • Global by MATT MARGOLIS

The Biden administration has virtually suspended the First Amendment by colluding with media giants to spy on Americans who are considered political enemies. This is a continuation of other discoveries of multiple government agencies and officials wo

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

As Switzerland takes drastic measures to reduce its gas use this winter - including fines and up to three years in prison for citizens who violate new regulations, a viral poster circulating on Swiss social media telling citizens to rat out neighbors

Article Image News Link • Global, By Didi Rankovic

The White House continues to try to "play dumb" regarding what many consider to be scandalous revelations about its influence on, or even collusion with, some of the biggest social media platforms – those whose reach and power allows them to sh