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Facebook bans contextually explicit emojis

the social network gets picky in all the wrong ways Facebook and its partner company Instagram have announced that it will begin to remove, flag, and potentially ban accounts that use emojis in a sexual context. This means that, for example, a user’s account can

Facebook’s new dating app is altogether a bad idea

Don’t trust a company that has lied before Facebook, the platform whose controversies include allowing Cambridge Analytica to harvest the data of 87 million users for political purposes, to contributing to the current genocide in Myanmar, apparently thinks launching a new dating app is the

Another brick in the wall

Ugliness of Social Media I  use social media because, as a writer who’s trying to promote my work and as a graduate student who’s entering the job market soon, having a social media presence is probably a career necessity. Sometimes I wish we were still

Another brick in the wall

Social Networking The Social Network is objectively a well-crafted film, though eight years after its release, it feels a bit dated. The film implied that the biggest issues at Facebook were immature, hard-partying executives and some casual misogyny. If the film were made today, it