Michael Nuñez

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1 month ago

Facebook Is Still Leaking Data More Than One Year After Cambridge Analytica

Facebook revealed Tuesday that roughly 100 developers may have improperly accessed user data, including the names and profile pictures of individuals in certain groups on the social network.
By Michael Nuñez 3 min read
1 month ago

Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey Won’t Stop Taking Veiled Shots At Each Other

The billionaire tech founders are at odds over how to handle free speech and political advertising, defending opposite views of a heavily debated internet issue.
By Michael Nuñez 4 min read
1 month ago

Mark Zuckerberg Predicts 30 Million People Will Want Facebook News

Facebook is rolling out its new Facebook News section today, a new tab in the mobile app that is dedicated to solely to news articles.
By Michael Nuñez 3 min read
3 months ago

It Took Twitter 18 Long Minutes To Recover CEO Jack Dorsey's Hacked Account

Jack Dorsey's unauthorized tweets were broadcast to more than 4 million users and sent Twitter into a frenzy. 
By Michael Nuñez 4 min read
3 months ago

Facebook Joins Other Tech Giants In Employing Journalists To Curate News

With the move, Facebook is part of a growing trend across the tech industry that is struggling to dispel misinformation. 
By Michael Nuñez 13 min read
4 months ago

How Facebook Cofounder Chris Hughes Made (And Spent) His Fortune

Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes, worth more than $400 million, spent much of the last decade spending parts of his fortune on forays in journalism and civic projects.
By Michael Nuñez 8 min read
4 months ago

Facebook Libra Chief Promises to Work With Regulators Prior To Launching Cryptocurrency

The social network announced Libra in June as a tool intended to make it easier for people to send money around the world quickly and cheaply.
By Michael Nuñez 12 min read