WHERE TO WATCH
Facebook Cracks Down on Russia-Linked Misinformation Campaigns
January 17, 2019
Updated 1mo ago
Facebook has deleted nearly 500 pages and accounts linked to misinformation campaigns out of Russia. Patrick Tucker, technology editor at Defense One, explains what happened on the platform.
Internet Star-Turned-Rising Rapper Saweetie Is Building a DIY Brand
Mar 12, 2019
Musk Takes On SEC, Warren's Battle With Facebook Heats Up, Netflix Streaming Data
Tesla CEO Elon Musk takes on the SEC, accusing the agency of "unprecedented overreach." Plus, Facebook backtracks after pulling ads paid for by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). And a Netflix content boss says people, on average, stream two hours of content everyday.
Mar 15, 2019
Tech Companies Face Pressure to do More to Prevent Terrorism
Tech companies like Facebook are under pressure after shootings in New Zealand left at least 49 dead. A gunman streamed the attack live on Facebook after reportedly posting links to a white nationalist manifesto on Twitter and 8chan. Jarrod Bernstein, Former Obama Administration Counter Terrorism and Community Outreach Official, discusses the role social platforms play in counter terrorism efforts.
Mar 7, 2019
Zuckerberg's Pivot to Privacy Is Missing the Part About Making Money
Nearly a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal exploded into public view and[severely damaged Facebook's reputation for guarding user privacy, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he was pivoting from the very vision that made the company into the social media behemoth it is today.