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Facebook on Feb 12 said it had suspended a network of accounts used by Russian military intelligence to seed false narratives online targeting Ukraine and other countries in Eastern Europe.
Facebook will do a better job of preventing bad actors from abusing its platform to manipulate this year's US presidential election than it did four years ago, public affairs chief Nick Clegg said on Jan 20.
A US federal investigation didn’t turn up any evidence that cyber attacks were responsible for computer errors that disrupted voting in a North Carolina county in 2016.
Duty roster apps can be a huge help in organising shifts in the workplace – but there are some pitfalls to look out for – both for employees and the person in charge.
Efforts by Russian influence campaigns to stay undetected on social media ahead of next year's US elections are undermining their ability to gain followers and spread divisive political messages, a senior Facebook executive told Reuters.
Tech-savvy youngsters and high-earners are keen on the prospect of self-driving cars, but older people are often wary and suspicious, according to a survey by car manufacturer Audi.
Clunky games consoles with blobby pixels might not be the latest thing – but they're still cool even if you're no longer at school.
Speed and coordination of response by Twitter, Facebook and YouTube to alleged disinformation campaign on Hong Kong protests ‘not seen before'. Pressure from US, European Council and others has pushed them to do more to monitor politically motivated and state-sponsored activities, analysts say.
Matthew George and his girlfriend, Lauren Biller, had made up their minds: Doctor Strange was the movie they wanted to watch. Instead of buying DVDs and storing them on a shelf, Biller and millions of other people subscribe to video streaming services that bring films right to their television, computer, phone or other device.
Twitter Inc on June 13 said it removed thousands of accounts linked to coordinated, state-backed activities it believes were from the Iranian government and archived them to its public database launched last year.