Facebook is once again taking the issue of fake Instagram likes to court. Upstract | Syndicated
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences expressed its outrage by kicking Harvey Weinstein out of the org, but the question … is this honest indignation or PR? Bill Cosby is still a member in good standing, and the Academy has been silent… TMZ.com
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A roundup of global commentary for the Oct. 2, 2017 weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories
Pope Francis wants to talk about fake news. The head of the Catholic Church tweeted Friday that the theme for World Communications Day 2018 will be “the truth will set you free.” “Fake news and journalism for peace,” he wrote. I have chosen this theme for World Communications Day 2018: “The truth will set you(…)
The credit reporting agency Equifax set up a website to help people determine if they had been affected by a cyberattack. But then, they repeatedly pointed people to a phishing site on Twitter.(Image credit: Mike Stewart/AP) News : NPR
Jacob Roloff is not a huge fan of Little People, Big World. We know that because he’s made it ridiculously, astoundingly clear ever since he quit the show. Jacob dislikes his family’s show so much that after he quit, he also cut contact with his parents and his siblings for a long time. Thankfully, he’s(…)
The funniest read on the internet Tuesday involves one man’s discovery that Harry Potter never turned into a flying lion. Twitter user Shelley Zhang recently learned her friend, Chris Chappell, thought he was reading the authentic Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix book, but he had actually been reading juicy fan fiction the whole(…)
FBI Director James Comey warned Americans that information they read on the internet may be part of organized disinformation campaigns aimed at undermining confidence in U.S. elections. Opponents of the U.S. “used all kinds of vectors to try and influence and undermine our own faith in our democratic processes,” Comey said at an event at(…)
The new feature tags stories with potentially misleading information with veracity reports from organizations like Snopes and Politifact. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories
Catelynn Lowell & Tyler Baltierra Respond to Backlash Over Fake Pregnancy Joke: Get a Sense of Humor, People!
Earlier today, we reported on one of the stranger Teen Mom social media controversies in recent memory. It all began when Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra began discussing their desire to have a third child on Twitter. It’s anyone’s guess as to why a married couple would need to have such a conversation on social(…)
OK, this is a brilliant idea! LOLz! It’s easy to pretend it’s your birthday for free dessert — but these two best friends from Texas went above and beyond to make sure they got a sweet treat at the end of their meal! Cati Domitrovich, 19, and Alex Nagle, 17, were looking for an enjoyable(…)
This is hilarious — even if it isn’t April yet! Teacher Of The Year Joey Dombrowski got a head start on April Fools this week as he pranked his elementary school students with a fake spelling test! Related: Late Night Hosts Have A Field Day Mocking Donald Trump The Michigan educator put on his best(…)