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Facebook’s morale problem is getting worse

Facebook’s morale problem is getting worse

And a big dump of documents by UK Parliament isn’t likely to help

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Silicon Valley’s racism problem is bigger than Facebook

Silicon Valley’s racism problem is bigger than Facebook

When former Facebook manager Mark Luckie published a Facebook post earlier this week asserting the social network has a “black people problem,” he rocked the public’s already shaky perception of Facebook

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Time is overdue for regulators to unfriend Facebook

Time is overdue for regulators to unfriend Facebook

The social-media giant can't — and won't — police itself. Our addiction is a more complicated problem

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Facebook’s latest scandal has Washington’s full attention

Facebook’s latest scandal has Washington’s full attention

A bipartisan group of senators is sounding the alarm over Facebook’s questionable use of an opposition-research firm

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Fox News boycotts Twitter for Tucker Carlson mob response

Fox News boycotts Twitter for Tucker Carlson mob response

Fox News is reportedly protesting Twitter's reluctance to crack down on posts related to the demonstration outside anchor Tucker Carlson's Washington home last week by not using the social media platform

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Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81,000 Facebook Accounts?

Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81,000 Facebook Accounts?

Russian hackers claim to have successfully stolen the profiles of up to 120 million Facebook users

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