I’m Tired of Australia Being Facebook’s Testing Ground for New Features
Sorry for Your Loss Is Almost Good Enough to Get You to Watch a Show on Facebook
Facebook’s Crackdown on “Fake News” Might Actually Be Working
Beware, Fake Memes: Facebook Plans to Use A.I. to Start Fact-Checking Photos and Videos
The Weekly Standard’s Kavanaugh Fact Check Was Legit. Liberals Show Their Bias by Denouncing It.
Facebook Has Empowered a Conservative Magazine to Censor a Liberal One
Mark Zuckerberg Wrote a Computer Program to Beat a High Schooler At Scrabble
Facebook’s Ban on Cryptocurrency Ads Means I Can’t Advertise My Book on Cryptocurrency
Republicans Finally Got to See Why the Internet Finds Right-Wing Trolls So Insufferable
Sheryl Sandberg Struggled to Answer Kamala Harris’ Questions About Whether Facebook Is Profiting Off Hate
Google Isn’t at the Senate’s Social Media Hearing, but Alex Jones Is
Why Trump Is Attacking Big Tech
People Are Leaving Heartbreaking Comments on the Trailer for Facebook’s Sorry for Your Loss
Slate Is Joining a Journalistic Collaboration to Learn How Political Facebook Ads Are Targeting You. Help Us Out.
Why Facebook Parenting Groups Are So Weirdly Addictive
Big Tech’s Push for a New Privacy Law Is Really About Protecting Itself
Inside the Semiprivate Facebook Groups Where People Shame Others’ Weddings
The U.N. Has Accused Myanmar of Genocide. But Can Anyone Do Anything About It?
An Apology From the Dunderbeck Sausage Company
Even Donald Trump Is Upset That Social Networks Banned Alex Jones, but Conservatives Have Themselves to Blame