The platform has cast itself as the internet’s kindest place. But users argue harassment is rampant, and employees say efforts to stem it aren’t funded well or prioritized.
Photographer Irene Rudnyk sent out the same unedited picture to three different freelancers for the prices of $0.25, $5 and $10. The results were, let's say, interesting.
"Do Not Track," as it was first imagined a decade ago by consumer advocates, was going to be a "Do Not Call" list for the internet, helping to free people from annoying targeted ads and creepy data collection. But only a handful of sites respect the request, the most prominent of which are Pinterest and Medium.
Facebook now has 7,500 content moderators working around the globe 24 hours a day. They regularly view images and videos showing depraved content, from child sexual abuse, to bestiality, beheadings, torture, rape and murder.
One seriously awkward photo-op will haunt the former leader of Britain's Labour Party forever.
To use TikTok at all is to become Logan Paul. It cannot be rehabilitated.
Reddit's r/WatchPeopleDie sees 425,000 subscribers share clips of horrific and tragic deaths. Since when did so many of us like watching death?
Watch a few videos of the King, and Kanye's unhinged tirade in the Oval Office will soon be but a distant memory.
The men who harass me know three things: I'm Chinese-American, my husband is white and our son is multiracial. You hate Asian men, they insist; you hate your own child. You hate yourself.
The salmon-snatching grizzlies of Katmai National Park delight the internet—and obscure the big marketing business behind them.
A Russian-speaking grey-hat hacker is breaking into people's MikroTik routers and patching devices so they can't be abused by cryptojackers, botnet herders, or other cyber-criminals
That's all the website does, and it seems to be made by a computer entertainment studio called Thinko.
If you're one of the thirty million users affected by the hack, there's a good chance that the attackers made off with a lot of sensitive information about you.
Between their massive tents and their ease of use, Reddit and YouTube tore away the guardrail that had always stood between serial hobbyists and oblivion.
Trump and the MAGA lifestyle seem to offer a safe haven to people — like Kanye — who pride themselves on being outsiders and are distrustful of establishment politics.
Viewers are outraged that some of the site’s biggest celebrities have partnered with a controversial online counseling service.
Good morning. Today is Friday, October 12. There are a lot of things happening today. One of those things, is the Twitter account for the Museum of English Rural Life celebrating this fine day by tweeting out pictures of cows.
A quirk in the way Unicode handles emojis has meant that some of the symbols take up many more characters than others.
Irony is not a gateway drug or alibi for racism.
Facebook can influence elections, but Netflix can influence hearts and minds.
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