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AI and Hashing Still Can’t Block Videos on Social Media

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“[Tech companies] don’t have the infrastructure they need to scale to this size,” he said. He thinks these companies are simply underinvesting in moderation resources.
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Facebook’s Zuckerberg: Actually, Private Messaging Is Good

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While many Facebook users might have been skeptical of the company’s goals and stated intentions, insiders have tended to fully buy into the company’s mission.
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It’s Impossible to Follow a Conversation on Twitter

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The theoretical benefit of being on Twitter, a broadcast-based open social network, is to talk with other people and follow their conversations, even ones that
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The First Time the Atlantic Wrote About Facebook

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He likened Myspace to “Times Square circa 1977”: open, disjointed, blaring, crowded; a mishmash of personalities and widgets and ads. In contrast, he wrote, Facebook
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This Is How Much Factchecking Is Worth to Facebook

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Facebook struck a conciliatory tone about Snopes leaving the fold. “We value the work that Snopes has done, and respect their decision as an independent
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How Facebook Advertising Works – The Atlantic

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After all the scandals and hubbub and congressional testimony and mea culpas in Facebook’s nearly 15 years of existence, one would think that its users