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1 million ‘anonymous’ users of popular porn site exposed in breach
Users are urged to immediately change their usernames and emails on the site.
Everything you need to know about the Facebook conservative bias report
The report was not well-received on Twitter.
Facebook is finally rolling out its clear history tool
The new tool will be available in Ireland, South Korea, and Spain initially.
Going broke over the App Store? Here’s how to turn off in-app purchases
The lure of Candy Cash can be strong. Save yourself a few bucks and just go ahead and turn off the temptation.
People are transfixed by a TikTok cat dancing along to ‘Mr. Sandman’
'This is the best TikTok I've ever seen in my entire LIFE.'
‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Friends’ fans feud over which sitcom is better
'Seinfeld' fans did not come to play.
Anti-abortion centers are getting around Google’s misinformation policy
Google's policy only works for specific keyword searches.
Twitter, Facebook remove Chinese accounts spreading Hong Kong misinformation
The social media giants made announcements around the same time.
The CDC is investigating cases of severe lung damage linked to vaping
The CDC points to 94 cases in 14 states between late June and mid August.
Facebook-branded coffee shops are coming
Patrons will be encouraged to run a privacy checkup on their account.
Twitter hosts China-backed ads maligning Hong Kong protesters
Bookmarking platform Pinboard is calling on users to hold Twitter accountable.
Dan Carlin’s ‘War Remains’ is a stunning VR pop-up
The podcast star brings WWI to life in heart-pounding fashion.
Your wireless data is probably being throttled, study finds
A report from the same researchers last year prompted questions from lawmakers.
Counselors reportedly pressured to share private info about Facebook moderators
One manager allegedly said that 'confidentiality does not exist' for employees.