Don't trust all of those health articles you see in your Facebook feed
A study found that seven of the 10 most shared health articles were misleading or flat out wrong.
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New York settles with company selling fake social media followers
German Calas, Jr. will pay $50,000 to the state to cover the cost of the investigation.
To Facebook, your privacy is worth a $20 gift card
The company paid users in exchange for complete access to their data.
Facebook's scandals aren't stopping it from making tons of money
But the company is definitely not growing as fast as it was.
Twitter is testing an 'original tweeter' label for threads
The tag could curb some types of abuse in thriving conversations.
ACLU sues US government over social media surveillance of immigrants
It’s seeking more information about the policy.
Nikki Haley gives up 1.6 million followers to satisfy the State Dept.
The restrictions were implemented during the Obama administration.
Twitter security flaw uses text spoofing to hijack UK accounts
US accounts don't seem to be vulnerable to the bug.