US indicts 13 Russian nationals for alleged election tampering
Charges include identity theft and conspiracy to defraud the US.
Facebook Community Help crisis tool is no longer limited to individuals
It says businesses and organizations like Lyft and Direct Relief have a lot to offer during a crisis.
Peter Thiel might be getting out of Silicon Valley
Sources say he’s tired of its liberal politics.
EU: Facebook and Twitter must do more to protect users
The social networks are not doing a great job of removing illegal content.
Facebook’s controversial Messenger Kids app arrives on Android
And the app also has a bunch of Valentine’s Day-themed features.
Vimeo wants to power Facebook, Twitch and YouTube livestreams
Share content and livestreams on social media with a single click.
Facebook's Lists are its latest attempt to encourage oversharing
You can make your own lists or copy those of others.
Google plans Snapchat-esque stories for mobile search results
There are already a host of publishers on board.
UK government has its own AI for detecting extremist videos
And it could force tech companies to use it.