Cohen says Facebook, YouTube, Google and Twitter "amount to the greatest propaganda machine in history."
Workers at the search giant hold a rally to support two activist workers placed on leave.
The discontinued app could identify employees and their friends who had enabled facial recognition, Facebook said.
A lot of money is switching hands.
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In today's top stories, Twitter lets everyone hide replies to their tweets. Meanwhile, Google partners with theaters and ticket companies so you can book tickets quicker.
They say the two workers are facing retaliation for employee organizing.
The former president, in a chat with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, says it could have big implications for the younger generations.
The human rights organization calls on governments to restrict the collection of personal data.
Ephemeral content could help Facebook Dating stand out.
The company tested this feature in the US, Japan and Canada.
People will apparently be able to choose whether to have their journey recorded.
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