Facebook hired a Republican opposition-research firm to discredit activists critical of the social network, linking them to the liberal philanthropist, according to a New York Times report.

Facebook said Thursday it had removed billions of fake accounts and millions of posts, photos and other forms of content that violated its community standards.

It's part of a new space race to bring Web access to the entire planet.

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Night Sight on Google’s Pixel, which shoots pictures in the dark, shows how phone cameras have become faketastic.

Snap said it believes government regulators are investigating issues related to a class-action lawsuit in which shareholders allege that the company misled investors by downplaying the negative effects Instagram had on its business.

Bailey Richardson, one of Instagram's original 13 employees, says the company has lost its identity.

The government said in a lawsuit that the companies had illegally shared ad sales data in violation of antitrust law.

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Amazon is bringing roughly 50,000 jobs and $5 billion in investments to New York and Northern Virginia. But winning the grand prize also comes with some drawbacks.

Facebook will invite French regulators to study its approach to combating hate speech online, marking the latest attempt by governments around the world to figure out ways to thwart toxic content from spreading.

Comcast is "a much greater threat" than AT&T-Time Warner, the American Cable Association claims.

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