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Facebook—Definitely Not a Media Company—Will Broadcast the Presidential Debates

Mark Zuckerberg wants to make one thing absolutely clear: “[Facebook is] a tech company, not a media company.” That may or may not explain why Facebook is partnering with one of the largest news organizations in America to cover three of the biggest nights in television history. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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George H.W. Bush Is Voting for Clinton, Facebook Overshare Reveals

Earlier this year, a spokesperson for George H.W. Bush said the 91-year-old was “retired from politics” and did not plan on endorsing a candidate in the upcoming election. Thanks to the unparalleled outing capabilities of everyone’s favorite social network, however, the former president’s preference was revealed anyway this week. Read more… Continue Reading from the […]

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George H.W. Bush Is Voting for Clinton, Facebook Overshare Reveals

Earlier this year, a spokesperson for George H.W. Bush said the 91-year-old was “retired from politics” and did not plan on endorsing a candidate in the upcoming election. Thanks to the unparalleled outing capabilities of everyone’s favorite social network, however, the former president’s preference was revealed anyway this week. Read more… Continue Reading from the […]

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Sheryl Sandberg Grovels to Head of State After Facebook Botches Vietnam War Photo Removal

On Friday, Facebook fucked up yet again and flagged Nick Ut’s Pulitzer prize-winning photograph of Phan Thị Kim Phúc. After a massive wave of public backlash, the social network finally decided to apologize and reinstate the photo. Now, however, it’s going even further with its apology—all the way to Norway. Read more… Continue Reading from […]

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Facebook Stops September 11th Anniversary From Trending Due to Hoax Story

Facebook’s trending news module is making headlines again, and this time it’s for propping up 9/11 truther nonsense as “news.” Instead of simply removing the offending article, however, the platform has now dropped the trending topic—broadly titled “September 11th Anniversary”—altogether. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Facebook Admits Pulitzer-Winning Photograph Is Not Child Pornography

You probably recognize Nick Ut’s infamous 1972 photograph of charred Vietnamese children running away from the site of a napalm incidienary bomb detonated by the South Vietnamese Air Force in Trang Bang. Earlier this week, however, Facebook effectively banned the Pulitzer-winning photograph from its own site. Now the site is backtracking as quickly as it […]

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Knife Party are teasing something big with mysterious new video

Knife Party have been fairly quiet since their performance at Ultra, where they brought out Tom Morello and briefly reunited with their bandmates in Pendulum. There have also been rumblings of collaborations, including the long-awaited project with Hardwell and Oliver Heldens taking his production with the duo out on the road. Still, nothing concrete from Rob Swire and […]

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