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  • Please Freep This Photo

    04/22/2017 1:11:21 PM PDT · by Oshkalaboomboom · 13 replies
    Vanity ^ | 4/22/2017 | Oshkalaboomboom
    My wife is in a contest where we go on a Tapas Trail and you take a picture of one of the participating restaurants, upload it to the town website and the pictures with the most likes win prizes. It's nothing big but she just feels bad because she doesn't know that many locals. If you have a Facebook account please go to the link and like her photo. She probably still won't win but at least she'll know Freepers support their own. Please Like This Picture
  • Facebook- A Nest of Scammers, Hookers, Depressives and Social Pariahs

    04/20/2017 10:06:32 AM PDT · by Yollopoliuhqui · 6 replies
    Facebook ^ | 4/20/2017 | Yollopoliuhqui
    THE FACEBOOK FILES ===== Hello and how are you doing? I'm recovering from an alien abduction. How about yourself? Good to hear from you.am doing wonderfully great.i hope you have also been contacted by the CFDA ? I've been contacted by General Dookie from Planet Clacridox ok ===== Hi Wassup rocker? Am fine and am not a rocker Are you a roller then? No there how. No there how. No there how. Right then, you are a poet. Yeah Cool. What now? Where you come from A strange place Tell me I want to tell you but the voices won't...
  • Publishers are seeing another big decline in reach on Facebook

    04/20/2017 7:03:38 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 38 replies
    digiday.com ^ | 04/20/2017 | Lucia Moses
    The Facebook anguish continues. A Medium post investigating declining Facebook reach has set off the most recent alarm bells among publishers. Kurt Gessler, deputy editor for digital news at the Chicago Tribune, posted that since January, the Tribune has seen a significant drop in the reach of its posts on Facebook, despite having grown its fan base. The post sparked a sigh of validation across publishers as others chimed in on social media that they’re seeing similar declines. @kurtgessler This looks somewhat familiar to me as well. It's not just you. — rob blatt (@robblatt) April 19, 2017 @whet @kurtgessler...
  • Silicon Valley's Tech Entrepreneurs Are Crafting Their Own 'Constitution' On Google Docs

    04/19/2017 5:10:04 AM PDT · by Fedora · 45 replies
    Business Insider via Inc. ^ | 04/18/2017 | Melia Robinson
    Speaking before a crowd at San Francisco's Commonwealth Club on April 14, Sam Altman, president of startup accelerator Y Combinator, said he's spoken to hundreds of tech leaders and investors about creating a set of core values that all tech companies can get behind.There's a Google Doc where the big names in Silicon Valley, whom Altman would not reveal, have been drafting a statement that outlines the tech industry's position on a number of social, economic, and political issues. The document does not have a title or known release date."We're trying to basically figure out, can we come up with...
  • Facebook Tells Employees They Can Protest Trump

    04/18/2017 7:34:42 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | April 18, 2017 | Eric Lieberman
    Facebook officials said they will not punish any employees who choose to take off work May 1 to protest President Donald Trump. Pro-immigration groups, socialist organizations, labor unions, and hundreds of thousands of workers are planning to walk out on their jobs on International Workers Day. “At Facebook, we’re committed to fostering an inclusive workplace where employees feel comfortable expressing their opinions and speaking up,” a representative told Bloomberg. “We support our people in recognizing International Workers’ Day and other efforts to raise awareness for safe and equitable employment conditions.” Facebook told staff about its policy April 14, specifically clarifying...
  • Facebook murderer Steve Stephens kills himself after police pursuit in Pennsylvania

    04/18/2017 12:05:05 PM PDT · by george76 · 19 replies
    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS ^ | April 18, 2017, | Jason Silverstein
    Facebook murderer Steve Stephens shot and killed himself in Pennsylvania Tuesday morning, ending a three-day manhunt for the Cleveland killer, police confirmed. A tipster alerted police in Erie County after spotting Stephens’ white Ford Fusion in a McDonald’s parking lot, Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said. Officers attempted a traffic stop around 11 a.m. and Stephens drove away, starting a brief pursuit, Williams said. ... After his death, Stephens’ mother, Maggie Green, told Cleveland media her son had a gambling problem and bottomed out after a recent breakup. ... The murder clip raised concerns about the effect Facebook and its...
  • Black Lives Matter Supporter: Facebook Murderer "Could Have at Least Killed" a "White Dude" [Trunc]

    04/18/2017 11:02:10 AM PDT · by rightistight · 22 replies
    The Social Memo ^ | 4/18/17 | Aurelius
    Supporters of Black Lives Matters (BLM) took to social media Tuesday afternoon to blame Steve Stephens' actions on white people and other motives. One BLM supporter was upset that Stephens murdered a "black man" and said that he "could've at least killed a old [sic] racist white dude:" Last year, in multiple posts, the same user voiced his support for Black Lives Matter: A number of Twitter users claimed that "white people" were using the incident to "divide" the nation, and another stated that it was "ignorant" to hope that Stephens was killed by police: Still others hinted at some...
  • Steve Stephens found dead in Pennsylvania

    04/18/2017 9:05:05 AM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 162 replies
    CNN ^ | 04/18/2017 | CNN
    Breaking: Pennsylvania state police confirm that after a brief pursuit, Steve Stephens shot and killed himself.
  • Facebook Suspends 30,000 French Accounts 10 days Before Election- Attempt to Censor Le Pen Support

    04/18/2017 6:08:39 AM PDT · by brucedickinson · 46 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 4-14-2017 | Jim Hoft
    In a blog post, Facebook said it was acting against 30,000 fake accounts in France. It said its priority was to remove suspect accounts with high volumes of posting activity and the biggest audiences.
  • New clue emerges in Facebook killer’s whereabouts [PENNSYLVANIA]

    04/17/2017 9:29:59 AM PDT · by conservative98 · 34 replies
    NY Post ^ | April 17, 2017 7:58 AM | Yaron Steinbuch
    A ping from the cellphone of a behavioral health worker who randomly killed a Cleveland grandfather and posted video of the execution on Facebook has been detected in Pennsylvania, according to a report. The clue emerged as police in Ohio urged residents in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and Michigan to be on the lookout for Steve Stephens, 37, who may have fled Cleveland after allegedly gunning down Robert Godwin Sr., 74. Stephens’ cellphone ping was detected about 100 miles east of Cleveland in Erie, Pa., authorities told CNN. Police in the city told The Post they were not investigating the...
  • For God's sake be careful: Manhunt for Cleveland killer has expanded to five states

    04/17/2017 9:06:03 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 23 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 04/17/17 | Dan Calabrese
    Still on the loose. This is really just a quick public service announcement because we really, really don’t want any of you to get hurt . . . or killed, as Robert Godwin Sr. unconscionably was in Cleveland yesterday. His apparent killer, Steve Stephens, is still on the loose and police have now expanded the search for him to five states - specifically Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and Michigan in addition to Ohio. (As most of you know, I live in the Detroit area. I’m not scared but I’m sure as hell keeping my eyes open.)
  • Facebook killer may be on the loose in another state

    04/16/2017 10:48:37 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 52 replies
    NY Post ^ | April 17, 2017 | Chris Perez
    The deranged gunman who randomly executed an elderly Cleveland resident and posted footage of the killing on Facebook has possibly fled the city — and may be on the loose in another state, cops say. Police warned early Monday that residents in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and Michigan should be on the lookout for 37-year-old Steve Stephens, who is driving a white Ford Fusion and is believed to be armed and dangerous. “Suspect may be out of state at this time,” officials said in a statement. “Those outside of Northeast Ohio: Contact Local Authorities.”
  • Cleveland police seek suspect in Facebook homicide video

    04/16/2017 4:11:06 PM PDT · by Maigrey · 132 replies
    CNN (sorry!) ^ | 16 April 2017 | Kwegyirba Croffie and Darran Simon, CNN
    CNN)Cleveland police are seeking a suspect who posted video of an apparent homicide on Facebook, authorities said Sunday. The suspect claims to have committed multiple homicides, according to police. No other victims have yet been found, according to Cleveland Police Department spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia. Manhunt for suspect in Facebook video killing 02:21 No other information was immediately available from police. Police have identified the suspect as Steve Stephens. Authorities say he is a black male who is 6-feet 1-inch and weighs 244 pounds. He has a full beard. Stephens was last seen wearing a dark blue and grey or...
  • History Repeating – Ahead of French Election Facebook Blocks 30,000 Accounts…

    04/16/2017 8:59:59 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 21 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | 14 Apr, 2017 | Sundance
    A report surfaces today that Facebook has shut down 30,000 user accounts from France. The French election is in 10 days and given the nature of Facebook’s political activity in shaping national elections many are seeing a connection. […] In a blog post, Facebook said it was acting against 30,000 fake accounts in France. It said its priority was to remove suspect accounts with high volumes of posting activity and the biggest audiences. –link– Facebook was first used as a political tool during the Egyptian uprising in 2010. It was the introduction and coordinated use of social media which led...
  • Facebook Suspends YouTuber for Disliking ‘Transgender Mother’ Commercial

    04/15/2017 9:53:19 PM PDT · by ForYourChildren · 69 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 04/14/2017 | Breitbart Tech
    Popular conservative YouTuber Mark Dice has allegedly been suspended from Facebook after insulting a Baby Dove soap commercial that featured a transgender “mother.” “The Dove soap company has a new commercial out titled ‘No One Right Way’ which features a transgender ‘woman’ as a new ‘mom’ holder ‘her’ little baby,” wrote Dice in the status, which has since been removed by Facebook. “Excuse me now while I go grab some Irish Spring to clean up my puke.” @BreitbartNews I was suspended from Facebook for saying the transgender "mom" in new Dove soap ad makes me want to puke. pic.twitter.com/F95LJOPXO9 —...
  • Tips to Spot False News

    04/14/2017 5:13:04 AM PDT · by ViLaLuz · 25 replies
    Facebook ^ | 4/14/2017 | Facebook
    We want to stop the spread of false news on Facebook. Learn more about the work we're doing. As we work to limit the spread, here are some tips on what to look out for:
  • How to spot fake news

    04/12/2017 4:36:54 PM PDT · by spintreebob · 23 replies
    facebook ^ | 4/12/2017 | facebook
    We want to stop the spread of false news on Facebook. Learn more about the work we're doing. As we work to limit the spread, here are some timps on what to look out for: ...... Be skeptical of headlines. If you see a story in News Feed that you believe is false, you can report it to Facebook. 1 Tap v next to the post you'd like to mark as false. 2 Tap Report post. 3 Tap It's a false news story 4 Tap Mark this post as false news How news stories are marked as disputed: ....
  • Antitrust should be used to break up partisan tech giants like Facebook, Google

    04/09/2017 6:54:39 PM PDT · by Monorprise · 38 replies
    thehill.com ^ | 12/27/16 | SELWYN DUKE
    How much face time will your news story get on Facebook? How many eyes will ogle it on Google? Too often, this is apparently determined not by whether the story is “fake” news or newsworthy, but by whether it’s politically correct. And it’s time to break up the Internet’s left-wing, information-conduit oligopoly. If “knowledge is power” and “The pen is mightier than the sword,” entities controlling what pens you see are powerful indeed. C that Facebook and Google “account for 75% of all the referrals major news and entertainment sites now receive,” according to a Politico report in July. ADVERTISEMENT...
  • Germany Passes Bill To Fine FaceBook, Twitter Up To $50MM For "Fake News"

    04/06/2017 5:40:09 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 28 replies
    Zero Hedge ^ | Tyler Durden
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has apparently decided she's not willing to take the chance of becoming the latest politician to fall victim to the same "Russian hacking" and "fake news" campaigns which 'undoubtedly' caused the downfall of America's liberal darling, Hillary Clinton (forget those pay-for-play scandals, federal record retention violations and willful non-compliance with Congressional subpeonas...total non-factors in the 2016 election). And since they can't really control the actions of those pesky 'Russian hackers," Germany's cabinet has instead decided to pass legislation that would impose serious fines of up to 50 million Euros on any social networks that fail to...
  • State court rules police can seize your Facebook activity

    04/04/2017 6:47:29 PM PDT · by Repeal 16-17 · 28 replies
    New York Post ^ | April 4, 2017 | Julia Marsh
    New York state’s highest court has handed law enforcement a victory​ — ruling that ​the courts have no authority to decide the constitutionality of bulk seizures of Facebook users’ private accounts​ for criminal probes. In 2014​,​ Facebook challenged Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus’ Vance’s bulk-search warrant demanding information on 381 of its users who were suspects in a major investigation into NYPD and FDNY Social Security scammers. ​More than 100 people have been convicted in the s​​cam. They claimed they were too sick to work in order to get the benefits​ ​– ​​then posted photos of themselves on social media platforms...