Young people are turning to their favorite social media platform to stand out, but viral novelty only goes so far.
A leaked manual from Blackdot Solutions, a British company that offers social media monitoring services, included a step-by-step guide on how to create fake profiles on Facebook and LinkedIn.
When pointed at an individual it could recognize, the app said "You are friends."
In the midst of a crackdown on labor organizing, Google tried to recruit Amazon employees involved in climate activism—seemingly by mistake.
People are using the business networking site as an unofficial dating app. The results aren't pretty.
The bombshell revelation was right there on his LinkedIn page.
Reid Hoffman made a dumb music video about Bitcoin and got his rich friends to tweet about it to "explore some of the most polarizing issues that characterize our own era."
Glocom is a front company for North Korea to sell sanctions violating military equipment. But, even after some tech companies clamped down, Glocom kept up its presence on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.
Threats of violence against database creator Sam Lavigne, however, remain online.
This isn't the first time that public information sources have been scraped to shed light on government employees.
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