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  • Americans feel alone. Can YouTube videos and podcasts help?

    Can the Internet cure Americans’ pervasive loneliness?

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  • Now Facebook can more easily delete your trash Pages

    Facebook is sick and tired of your trash content, and by golly it's finally going to do something about it.  In a Jan. 23 blog post, the Mark Zuckerberg-helmed advertising giant announced two upcoming changes to the service that we all know and love. First, starting on Jan. 24, Page managers will have access to a new tab that shows which of their content has been removed or demoted by Facebook. Second, and much more interestingly, over the coming weeks Facebook intends to lower the threshold for...

    Mashable
  • Despite ban, Infowars conspiracy videos are easy to find on Facebook and YouTube

    After years of his spreading erroneous conspiracy theories online, in August, tech companies including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Apple, and Spotify made headlines when they announced they would finally ban radio-host Alex Jones and his Infowars brand from their platforms for violating their terms of service. But now, months later, his conspiracy-laden material remains on several [

    Mother Jones
  • Studious Shapovalov hopes Nadal videos can help topple Djokovic

    Denis Shapovalov announced himself to the world by stunning Rafa Nadal two years ago in Montreal and the Canadian teenager will hope to draw from the Spaniard's tactical manual when he meets Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open third round on Saturday.

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