Facebook Sets up New Product Group for AR Glasses (Report)

Facebook has restructured its augmented and virtual reality research division and set up a new group tasked with building augmented reality (AR) glasses, according to a new Business Insider report. Facebook acknowledged the move in a statement given to the publication, saying that the move affected “a few hundred people.” The group has already built an internal prototype, which a […]

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Nick Loeb says Facebook won’t run ads for ‘Roe v. Wade’

Nick Loeb is accusing Facebook of censorship because it refuses to run ads for “Roe v. Wade,” his anti-abortion movie starring Jon Voight and Corbin Bernsen. “They don’t like conservative content so they shadow-banned us,” the heir of Wall Street’s Loeb and Lehman dynasties told me. “This is a PG movie, no profanity, no gore. They are afraid this movie […]

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Congressman Gohmert On Fox Business: ‘George Soros Is Supposed To Be Jewish, But You Wouldn’t Know It’

The network has apologized for airing the comments, which were not challenged in the moment by host Stuart Varney. Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Republican from Texas, has a reputation for often going on television, radio, or the House floor and making bold charges. On Thursday, he made remarks while appearing on Fox Business Network which led the network to apologize. […]

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Facebook workers turn on Zuckerberg: CEO under pressure amid scandal

Facebook workers turn on Zuckerberg: Founder and CEO could be forced out amid fallout from company of spying on users’ calls and signing secret deals to hand over their data, insiders reveal British MPs last night published Facebook documents that had been kept secret They detailed plans to give companies access to user data and spy on users  Facebook has […]

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Facebook admits hiring firm to carry out smear against George Soros

Outgoing Facebook communications chief admits hiring a PR firm to carry out smear campaign against philanthropist and billionaire George Soros Elliot Schrage, Facebook’s head of communication and policy, published a blog post detailing the company’s decision to hire Definers Public Affairs He admitted asking the firm to find information on billionaire George Soros  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg denied having any […]

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It’s clear Facebook fired this exec for being pro-Trump

Facebook denies it pushed top exec Palmer Luckey out the door for being publicly pro-Trump, but that’s clearly what happened. As Monday’s Wall Street Journal reported, Facebook’s internal message boards turned red with fury over Luckey’s 10-grand donation to an anti-Hillary-Clinton group at the height of the 2016 campaign. According to e-mails the Journal unearthed, top management — apparently all […]

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Chilling final Facebook post of ex-Marine with PTSD who shot up bar

‘Yeah… I’m insane, but the only thing you people do after these shootings is ‘hopes and prayers”: Chilling final Facebook post of ex-Marine with PTSD who gunned down 11 in bar shooting Law enforcement believes they have found the final Facebook post of gunman who killed 11 in California Ian David Long, 28, opened fire at Borderline Bar and Grill in […]

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Experts say the Trump immigration ad pulled by NBC and Fox exposes a flaw in the way political ads are reviewed — and it could become a problem for TV networks

NBC, Fox, and Facebook all pulled an ad widely condemned as racist following public backlash. While all three companies have their own advertising standards teams that evaluate ads, an initial review didn’t flag anything as impermissible in the ad. Some experts note a perceived difference in the way ads are reviewed for commercial products and political issues. Brand-safety issues come […]

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What Google searches and social media trends can tell us about the midterm elections

Millions of Americans are heading to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in 435 House seats, 35 Senate races and 36 gubernatorial contests. While exit polls may give insight into how people are voting, social media and Google searches also offer some clues about which candidates and issues were getting the most attention online leading up to the midterms. […]

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