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Tumblr security bug could have exposed users’ private data
Users' email addresses, passwords, and IP addresses were left vulnerable.
‘Kavanaugh bump’ led to social media boost for Republican candidates, report claims
Experts aren't sure if it matters, though.
Twitter gets firmly roasted for telling users to ‘be sweet when you tweet’
Even Twitter isn't all that sweet when it tweets.
Twitter says Louis Farrakhan’s controversial tweet doesn’t violate policies
Detroit speech draws ire from pundits across the aisle.
Facebook ads use communist, Nazi imagery to attack Democrat House candidate
The person behind the campaign remains anonymous.
Apple just made all your data available to download
Apple is making your data available if you live in the U.S.
Report: Amazon’s product review system harms independent merchants
Amazon is being accused of boosting its own products through a new review system.
Uber driver charged after allegedly kidnapping, groping sleeping passenger
He’s also allegedly defrauded multiple customers for thousands of dollars.
Yep, Facebook Portal collects data on you—and it may use it for ads
The social network clarifies a botched message.
Report: Twitter suspends 1,500 accounts as part of election date hoax
The accounts were spreading misinformation about the election.
With a new head of diversity, can Twitch fix its discrimination problem?
Women and nonbinary gamers of color are hopeful, but no one is holding their breath.
How to mirror your phone or computer screen with Roku
Here's everything you ever wanted to know about Roku screen mirroring.
Watch this Boston Dynamics robot dance its butt off to ‘Uptown Funk’
It twerks. It moonwalks. It's only a matter of time before world domination.