Facing protests from the NYU student body and some staff members, David Sabatini called the accusations against him “false, distorted, and preposterous.”
The Federal Trade Commission also called the social media platform a “surveillance-based advertising” company.
The Cybersecurity for Democracy project had been tracking vaccine disinformation and revealing how Facebook's political ad program works.
NYU President Andrew Hamilton called the strike "unwarranted" and insisted graduate student workers were demanding too much.
A new guide 'With Great Tech Comes Great Responsibility' arrives during a period of backlash on campuses, where tech companies like Amazon and Palantir recruit.
The "civic education" course included trips to Communist memorials and video lessons such as "promoting the prosperity of socialist culture."
When researchers measured the welfare of hundreds of people who left Facebook for a month, they found they were happier, less politically informed, more active in IRL activities, and less likely to go back to Facebook.
The creator of 'Random Acts of Flyness' has a bold vision of blackness that revolutionized TV in 2018—and he's just getting started.
Not only are employees overwhelmingly unlikely to be awarded money in arbitration cases, they also tend to win less than in cases involving court trials.
Not again, Daddy Canada!
From a doctor named Ronny.
According to an NYU study, if you like Justin Bieber you might be a serial killer but if you like Dire Straits, then you're not.