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Facebook Bans Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan, Infowars Host Alex Jones and Others

Facebook announced Thursday afternoon May 2, 2019 that several high-profile personalities will be purged from its platforms. Among the personalities, 1) Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who’s notorious for using anti-Semitic language, and 2) right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, labeled as “dangerous” and said it will be purging them from its platforms. Jones and […]

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Zuckerberg Unveils Facebook’s Updated Layout, Messaging Interaction, and New ‘Oculus Quest’

Facebook Is Getting Its Biggest Redesign in Years Fox Business’ Robert Gray discusses some of the big reveals from Facebook’s F8 developer conference. Co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed the newest additions being made to the popular social media platform and what to look forward to in the future. Facebook will lose its blue banner, […]

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This Is How Facebook Kills Its Competition: Buy, Deny or Apply

CNN’s Jon Sarlin explores the different ways that the social media giant has kept competitors at bay — and why that could now spell trouble. Buy: Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion in 2012 and bought WhatsApp for $22 billion because in these two cases, Facebook thought it was worth it to get rid of […]

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How Instagram and Facebook Make Money — Focused Ads for Advertisers

Everyday more than 2 billion people use Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp or Messenger — that’s more than a quarter of the world’s population. Facebook is still growing, even though a number of privacy scandals and public backlash have angered people. Since Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp apps are free to use, Facebook sells advertising for earnings. According […]

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Partial Outage at Facebook; Cable TV Network CNN’s Facebook Page Down

The official Facebook page for CNN was down Sunday March 31, 2019 about 12:10 p.m. CT. As of 12:15 p.m. the official Facebook page for the cable TV network was down for at least 15 minutes. A random check of other official Facebook pages, such as Facebook pages for Fox News and all Chicago network […]

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Facebook, Instagram Outage: Platforms Working Slowly; Working with Missing Functions; or Not Working at All

Facebook and Instagram users around the world experienced difficulties with Facebook and Instagram on apps and via browsers on Wednesday, March 13, 2019. There were moments when users could open Facebook or Instagram, but then functions, such as uploading photos did not work, or the pages opened slowly. Many people reported not being able to […]

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Bloomberg Technology: Facebook Employees Angry Over Content Moderator Conditions

Facebook Inc. has added about 15,000 content reviewers, almost all of whom work not for Facebook itself, sparking concern from some full-time employees. Bloomberg’s Sarah Frier has more on “Bloomberg Technology.” [Bloomberg Tech forces this video to be viewed on YouTube via a link.] Facebook is hoping computerized algorithms will someday greatly reduce the need […]

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Priscilla Chan Says Neither She Nor Husband Mark Zuckerberg Have Political Ambitions

Priscilla Chan – doctor, philanthropist and wife of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg – speaks with Norah O’Donnell about life with Zuckerberg and whether they have any political ambitions. CBS News also visited inside an Oklahoma prison with Priscilla Chan where female inmates are learning how to code. Watch the extended interview is scheduled for broadcasts […]

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Articles Referred by Facebook App Getting Clipped? Go to Browser, Arlington Cardinal Directly, Save to Home Screen

Cardinal News (Arlington Cardinal) is getting reports from Android users that when they access a referred link to Arlington Cardinal from the Facebook app, the end of the article is cut off. The problem does not seem to be affecting Apple iPhone users. Some apps, such as the Facebook app, have the capability to go […]

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Lincoln Memorial Clash Exposes Extreme Political Polarization in the United States

Viral video of interaction between Covington Catholic high school students and Native American Nathan Phillips leave out key details, media rushes to bash the students. Three groups were in close proximity near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC on Friday, January 18, 2019 (the weekend before the Martin Luther King holiday) that resulted in a […]

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Again a Shaming Response After Arlington Cardinal Shares an Article: News About Covington High School Students vs Native American

When a news site shares over 250 articles per week to thousands of readers on Facebook, it’s likely there is going to be an article shared that is distressing because it is inaccurate or because it is biased and opposes someone’s ideology or politics. The Cardinal News resolution for 2019 is to encourage responses to […]

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Don’t Like What You Read? Learn to Engage in Civility, Not Polarization

Every time there is a controversial topic in the news, there is usually some crybaby (3 points in example below) that can’t accept reading or hearing opposing views from their own. This is why Facebook.com/CardinalEmergencies (The Cardinal News Emergency Page) periodically advises people the following, which is also available every day in the ABOUT page […]

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