Facebook is planning a major change to their news feed. According to those briefed on this change, Facebook believes prioritizing content that’s acted on will reduce the occurrence of fake and offensive content in the news feed.
Twitter has finally unblocked Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe’s account after attempting to silence the conservative journalist over his bombshell expose.
(ANTIMEDIA) — 2017 was an incredible year for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. Bitcoin doubters are apologizing for their disturbing lack of faith while tech moguls are waking up in droves to the revolutionary potential of how a truly decentralized blockchain could help end corruption and market manipulation by untrustworthy central actors. The newest voice on the […]
SHTF Plan | But even more horrifying, is the fact that we should have known that this was coming
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Sometime this year, Facebook plans to unveil a new facial recognition technology across the site which uses artificial intelligence to scan uploaded photos to analyze and recognize faces based on images previously uploaded to the site. But this is nothing more than a surveillance technique.
Every year, Facebook gets tens of thousands of requests for data from governments worldwide, including search warrants, subpoenas, or calls to restrict certain kinds of content. And, according to a new report, those requests are increasing at an alarming rate.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s major moves.
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(ZHE) In the most ironic story of the day, and perhaps of 2017, a former Facebook executive whose job was to literally get the world hooked on the “internet crack” that is social media, is now calling on people to take a “hard break” from a service which he believes is “ripping apart the social fabric of […]
A former Facebook executive, who openly admits to not using social media, has come out about the role he played in “ripping apart the fabric of society.” Chamath Palihapitiya has publicly declared that he didn’t really understand “the consequences” of what he was doing.
(ANTIMEDIA) — Some Facebook users might have noticed a new feature on Facebook: the social media platform asking personal questions. As one Gizmodo headline put it, “Facebook has some intensely thirsty questions for you.” The fill-in-the-blank questions, which include innocuous topics like “The superpower I want most is…” and “Mondays make me feel like…” appears to be an off-shoot of the […]
By: Markab Algedi/The Mind Unleashed A single mother of 6 from the notoriously poor city of Stockton, California recently made headlines after selling an undercover agent… a $12 plate of ceviche, Mexican food. 37-year-old Mariza Ruelas was selling her home cooked meals through the Facebook group 209 Food Spot when she accidentally did business with […]
Greetings amazing humans.. I wanted to share some of my thoughts on the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, as well as some additional info. It feels like the worse a national tragedy is, the worst comes out in people. Of course, I’m talking about the hundreds who are injured, and the dozens who are […]
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Facebook’s campaign against “fake news” is having unsettling effects on what it does and does not consider newsworthy. (FEE) — Responding to Russian-funded political advertisements, Facebook chairman Mark Zuckerberg declared last month that “we will do our part to defend against nation states attempting to spread misinformation.” But Facebook is effectively sowing disinformation by kowtowing to foreign regimes and censoring atrocities such as ethnic cleansing […]
By: Jack Burns/The Free Thought Project Oscar winner Kevin Spacey is the latest A-list Hollywood actor to make headlines in the firestorm of controversy surrounding Hollywood’s 2017 scandal involving pedophilia, rape, and sexual harassment. Star Trek Discovery actor Anthony Rapp alleges Spacey made unwanted sexual advances towards him when he was just 14-years-old. I came forward with my […]
By: Aaron Kesel/Activist Post Facebook is currently testing a change that would force news publishers to pay to show their posts from their Facebook Pages in the timeline of Facebook users in an effort disguised to fight “fake news.” In the test, pages are now shown in a separate Explore tab, while the main timeline only shows posts […]
No one can forget the melting down of leftist snowflakes last November when liberals around the world saw Donald Trump’s name scroll across the bottom of their TVs declaring him the 45th president of the United States. But wait, they aren’t done yet…
Delinda and Kyle Jensen have always been open to talking to customers about the opinions they have at their Mother Nature Vegan Cuisine food truck. But their opinions have now resulted in death threats since the comments made about the Las Vegas shooting did not go over very well.
(ANTIMEDIA) — While Facebook has quietly been developing its facial recognition software for Aloha, a controversial video chat device set to debut in May 2018, the company is reportedly testing “a facial recognition feature to help secure your account,” according to TheNextWeb’s Matt Navarro, who posted a screenshot of the new feature on Twitter. Facebook confirmed the limited rollout of the software, telling Techcrunch: “We […]
(ANTIMEDIA) Washington, DC — Through a trio of search warrants, the Department of Justice (DoJ) is demanding Facebook hand over the personal information of potentially 6,000 of its users, it was revealed Thursday. According to CNN, which obtained court documents pertaining to the case, the DoJ warrants target the accounts of three “anti-administration activists who have spoken out at organized events, and who […]
(ANTIMEDIA) — Drug warrior cops are having a rough week on social media. Police departments have taken to Facebook and other platforms to boast about drug busts, and in turn, they’re receiving strong pushback from internet users, particularly when cannabis is concerned. From North Carolina and Ohio to Indiana, Missouri, and Texas, cops have been […]