Deleting Facebook Has Allowed Me To Get Back To Stoking Racial Prejudice With My Friends And Family In Person

I joined Facebook more than 10 years ago because I wanted to stay connected with family, friends and old acquaintances, but lately I’d noticed that logging so many hours on the social media site was actually making me more isolated and disconnected than I ever was before. So last month I decided to get rid of my…

Goodbye Tinder: Facebook’s New Dating App Finally Allows You To Romantically Connect With Your Dad’s Friend Who Likes All Your Posts Even Though You’ve Never Met Him

Online dating can be a serious headache, and it’s more likely you’ll find yourself stuck in an endless cycle of dead-end first dates than in a compatible match. But if you’re experiencing dating app fatigue, don’t lose hope of finding that special someone just yet, because Facebook just announced a brand-new dating…

Clearing His Name: Congress Has Exonerated Mark Zuckerberg Of All Wrongdoing After He Revealed That The Winklevoss Twins Were The Ones Who Really Invented Facebook

It might have seemed like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was in serious trouble over his company’s recent data-related scandals, but at his congressional hearings he made an astonishing confession that could clear his name and totally change the conversation: Congress has exonerated Mark Zuckerberg of all wrongdoing…

Public Interrogation: Every Senator Is Angrily Grilling Mark Zuckerberg On Why ClickHole’s Articles Aren’t Getting Shared As Widely On Facebook After It Changed Its Algorithms

It’s just a few minutes into Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees, but it’s already looking like the Facebook founder isn’t going to be getting off easy: Every senator in attendance is angrily grilling Mark Zuckerberg on why ClickHole’s articles aren’t getting shared as…

UPDATE: Every Facebook User Who Clicked The New ‘Protect My Data’ Button That Does Nothing But Feels Good To Press Has Had Their Data Stolen By Cambridge Analytica

On March 19, we reported about the new “Protect My Data” button Facebook added to its social media platform that does absolutely nothing, but feels good to click. We now have an upsetting update to that story: Every user who clicked on the completely ineffectual “Protect My Data” button has had their data stolen by…

Major Scandal: A Senate Investigation Has Found That Facebook Received $90 Million From The Kremlin To Post A Picture Of Tweety Bird Reciting A ‘10 Rules For Dating My Daughter’ List During The Election

By this point, the fact that Russia used social media platforms to influence Americans during the 2016 election is common knowledge, but it’s taken over a year to learn the shocking truth about just how deep the Russian infiltration of our online lives has gone: A recent Senate investigation has discovered that…

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Game Changer: Mark Zuckerberg Will Now Respond To You In Facebook Messenger If Your Friend Doesn’t Get Back To You Quickly Enough

For Facebook users, there are few feelings worse than sending someone a message only to wait in endless suspense without them ever getting back to you. Thankfully, Facebook is constantly working to improve its user experience, and the company has just announced a new update that will hopefully put an end to the…

Stepping Up: This New Facebook Safety Feature Lets You Mark Yourself As Someone Who Could Have Easily Been A Victim In A Terrorist Attack

Sadly, the threat of terrorism is an ever-present part of life today. And when an attack hits in a place you have a personal connection to, you want to let your friends and family know that you’re safe, but that this has been a really weird day for you. Thanks to Facebook, this is now possible, as the site just…

Could Go Either Way: No One In This Family Can Tell If Their Uncle’s Facebook Page Has Been Hacked

We’ve all seen spammy, bizarre posts from a friend’s Facebook account that got hacked, and it’s typically immediately obvious that something is not right. But not for the Hoffman family: They are currently sifting through their Uncle Clark’s recent Facebook posts, and they honestly have no idea if he’s been hacked or…

The Power Of The Internet: A New Study Just Confirmed That 96% Of People Find Out Their Aunt Is Having Fertility Issues Through Social Media

It’s no secret that the internet has changed our world at a breakneck pace, but studies like the one Pew published earlier this week are shedding new light on the profound effects it’s having on our lives. According to Pew’s new study, 96 percent of people find out their aunt is having fertility issues through social…