Third-party advertisers on Facebook are no longer allowed to exclude ethnic and religious minorities, immigrants, LGBTQ individuals and other protected groups from seeing their ads.

Facebook won’t allow this Belgian politician to use his own last name

He’s become the butt of Facebook’s jokes.

On Sep 29, 2018 by Ellen Ioanes

Peter Paul Rubens painting 'Venus At Her Toilet'

Belgian art museums are fighting Facebook’s blanket nudity ban

Museums just want to post their tasteful nudes.

On Jul 30, 2018 by Christina Bonnington

Belgium declares loot boxes illegal

Belgium declares loot boxes an illegal form of gambling

FIFA 18, Overwatch, and CS: GO are among the games that could be affected by the ruling

On Apr 25, 2018 by Joseph Knoop

Wonder Woman

‘Wonder Woman’ audience given cleaning supplies, diet pill pamphlets at women-only showing

So much for subverting gendered stereotypes.

On Jun 10, 2017 by Samantha Grasso

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Europe’s late-night hosts mock ‘America First’ policy with attempts to be No. 2

Who wants to be second?

On Feb 3, 2017 by Michelle Jaworski

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Brussels is under siege by a mysterious pornographic graffiti artist

Europe has long been known for its frescoes.

On Oct 2, 2016 by Miles Klee

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Website built around text messages received by suicide victim shows cost of cyberbullying

This Was Louise’s Phone makes harassment tangible.

On Jun 2, 2016 by Jaya Saxena

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Belgium turns to social media to identify missing suspect in Brussels airport bombings

The authorities are relying on Facebook and Twitter to circulate his photograph.

On Mar 22, 2016 by Dell Cameron

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Harrowing video captures aftermath of ISIS attack on Brussels airport

At least 31 people are dead and nearly 200 more wounded from the attacks

On Mar 22, 2016 by Dell Cameron

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The art that has become a symbol of mourning and solidarity for the Brussels attacks

People are sharing the art to share their grief.

On Mar 22, 2016 by Michelle Jaworski

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The PlayStation 4 erroneously implicated in Paris terrorist plot

The battle between privacy and safety is heating up.

On Nov 17, 2015 by Mike Wehner

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Belgian soccer fans find out why you can’t blindly trust the GPS

Rough day.

On Jun 16, 2015 by Myles Tanzer

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3 stray zebras were running around Belgium just bein’ zebras

It’s a real-life version of ‘Jumanji.’

On Apr 17, 2015 by Jam Kotenko

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Facebook apparently tracks you even if you tell it not to

Sometimes even Facebook wishes there was a ‘dislike’ button.

On Apr 1, 2015 by Aaron Sankin

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Snorting chocolate powder like cocaine is now a thing

Why is this happening?

On Mar 30, 2015 by Dylan Love

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