Mark Zuckerberg to share how he’ll answer Facebook’s biggest questions

Zuckerberg is facing Facebook's biggest questions head on.Image: GERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images Brace yourselves. Mark Zuckerberg published a Facebook message today with news of his intention to post… more Facebook messages.  Ok, the note is slightly more sincere and substantial than that. Zuckerberg said that as 2018 comes to a close,…

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This plastic fishing company is making office furniture out of plastic waste

Meet Amazon's (paid) FC Ambassadors, who will reply to your Amazon criticisms on Twitter with their positive personal experiences working for the company.Image: TWITTER More than a dozen Amazon workers are defending their employer on Twitter after a string of reports detailing bad working conditions at the company’s fulfillment centers.…

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Facebook ‘Watch Party’ is now available to all Facebook Groups worldwide

Facebook Watch Party is a simple way to watch videos together in Facebook Groups.Image: FACEBOOK With so much in the news about data leaks and misinformation, the most recent announcement from Facebook is actually a breath of fresh air. Today, Facebook has officially announced the launch of Watch Party, a…

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Stumbleupon, the purest social media site, is dead

The explosion of online content and people's changing internet habits ultimately led to the site's demise ironically at a time when we need something as simple and unfiltered as Stumbleupon the most.Image: shutterstock/mashable composite Happy stumbling no more. Stumbleupon shuttered recently after 16 years of bringing tailored content to users.…

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Facebook blocks ad for actual news claiming it’s ‘political’

Of course.Image: Christophe Morin/IP3/getty Having missed the boat completely on fake news, Facebook appears to now be dropping the hammer on the real stuff.  The nonprofit investigative journalism outlet Reveal published a major story this week regarding immigrant children allegedly being forcibly injected with drugs at a government-contractor run detention…

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