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New Zealand mosque shooter livestreamed killings on Facebook

The gunman who opened fire in a New Zealand mosque Friday local time reportedly livestreamed the slaughter on Facebook. A disturbing video appears to show the gunman executing people inside the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch. Another video shows bodies piled up inside. The video appears to...

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While people once thought Facebook and Twitter could expand our communities, we are missing out on true connections.

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Report: Facebook data deals under criminal investigation

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " The New York Times reports that federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into Facebook's data deals with major electronics manufacturers.The newspaper says a grand jury in New York has subpoenaed information from at least two companies known for making...

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Facebook dice que resolvió los problemas de interrupción de sus redes y niega ciberataque

Facebook dijo el jueves que había solucionado el problema técnico que provocó una interrupción generalizada de sus servicios durante casi 24 horas el miércoles.

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The departure of a longtime Facebook executive may be a sign that the social network’s “privacy pivot” is actually a real thing.

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Two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, packed for Friday prayers, were attacked in a mass-fatality terrorist assault by a white supremacist who live-streamed the attack on Facebook. New Zealand Radio, citing a childcare center manager, reported that at least 30 people were injured or killed in...

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Facebook and Instagram are officially back and blaming server configuration change for outage

The social media giant said it has resolved the issue, which affected millions of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users starting Wednesday.        

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Facebook Chief Product Officer Resigns Along With WhatsApp Head

Facebook announced the company's Chief Product Officer, Chris Cox, has resigned, along with Chris Daniels, vice president of the Facebook messaging app WhatsApp. Facebook stock fell. The post Facebook Chief Product Officer Resigns Along With WhatsApp Head appeared first on Investor's Business...

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Facebook outage aftermath: Time off from the social network 'was like a nice short vacation'

There were some benefits to Facebook going down. People got work done, received phone calls.        

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Facebook, Instagram explain massive outage, apologize for inconvenience

Facebook has recently provided an explanation regarding yesterday’s super obnoxious social media outage. The Facebook family of apps, including Instagram, were down for nearly 14 hours, according to CNN. The outage caused uproar on one of the only working social media sites, Twitter. That said,...

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iHeartRadio Music Awards 2019: Everything to Know About the Big Show

Get ready for one of music’s biggest nights! Now in its sixth year, the iHeartRadio Music Awards taking place on Thursday will celebrate the most popular artists and biggest hits over the past year as determined by listeners tuning into iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide and on iHeartRadio,...

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The Bachelorette: Let's judge all 33 of Hannah B.'s potential husbands

There is no rest for dedicated citizens of Bachelor Nation. Just two days after the Bachelor finale — in which Colton wore Cassie down and Chris Harrison announced that Hannah B. is our new Bachelorette — ABC has released images on The Bachelorette‘s official Facebook page of the 33 men (!)...

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2 top Facebook execs, including 13-year veteran Chris Cox, exit company

Cox was in charge of Facebook’s apps including its flagship social media site, as well as Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger.

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2 top Facebook executives depart the company

Facebook says two of its top executives are leaving the company. Chief Product Officer Chris Cox and Chris Daniels, who heads messaging app WhatsApp, are departing. It isn't clear what future plans the executives have.

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"Facebook y Google controlan más de la mitad del mercado de publicidad digital en EE.UU., en algo que la industria ha llamado un “duopolio” y al que ahora Amazon le pisa los talones", indica el autor.

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When the saints go running, and marching DIXON – The Dixon YMCA’s Sham-Rock 5K and Kids Run hits the streets from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Saturday, followed by the race at 9. Strollers are welcome, pets are not. The free kids fun run takes off at 8:30 a.m. at the Lincoln Log Home, where it will end. St....

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Facebook blames server configuration change for outage

The world's largest social network said it has resolved the issue, which affected millions of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users Wednesday.

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Facebook anunció que dos de sus principales ejecutivos han decidido dejar la compañía: el director de productos Chris Cox, y Chris Daniels, que encabezaba la aplicación de mensajes WhatsApp. Se … Click to Continue »

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