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Facebook will let users know if they liked Russian-linked election propaganda
Facebook has developed a new tool that it says will allow users to see if they liked or followed accounts and content linked to a Russian internet company that was outed as a troll farm after the 2106 election. The extent of Russian meddling in the 2016 election is the subject of multiple
Facebook founder warns of social media addiction
Sean Parker, 38, claims social media sites like Facebook are "exploiting vulnerabilities in human psychology" and said social media pioneers like himself "understood this consciously and we did it anyway."
Hulu lowers monthly subscription plan for new customers
This change comes after Netflix hiked their subscription prices a week ago.
Mark Zuckerberg's regrets about Facebook's fake news
"The View" co-hosts discuss Zuckerberg's comments on the platform's role in the election.
Russian-generated Facebook posts pushed Trump as 'only viable option'
Several anti-immigrant messages with an explicit pro-Trump slant are included among the 3,000 pieces of Russian-linked political content Facebook plans to turn over to Congressional investigators, ABC News has learned. Posts that circulated to a targeted, swing-state audience on the social media
Why President Trump triggers Gregg Popovich
FOR A MAN who loathes being probed for his inner thoughts, it's rather astonishing the degree to which Gregg Popovich publicly reflects on President Donald Trump. Three days after the 2016 presidential election, during the third week of the 2016-17 NBA season, Popovich unleashed a monologue of
President Trump again calls Russian election interference a 'hoax' as Facebook turns over Russian-linked ads to Congress
President Donald Trump called Russian interference in the 2016 election "a hoax" again this morning, a day after Facebook said it would turn over some 3,000 Russia-linked political ads purchased during the 2016 election to congressional investigators. "The Russia hoax continues, now it's ads on
The Note: Fake news gets real after Facebook CEO reveals Russian ads
THE TAKE with ABC News' MaryAlice Parks Mark Zuckerberg just changed the conversation about Russian interference in US elections and made it much harder for folks at the White House to skirt the issue. President Trump , so far, has bristled at any insinuation that his win was tainted by Russian
Facebook to turn over Russian-linked political ads to Congress
Founder Mark Zuckerberg says company can "do better" with transparency and vows to cooperate with investigators in ongoing probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Nine things Facebook vows to do to help combat election interference
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg condemned Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and promised to do more to stop it in the future.