Facebook has a problem it just can’t kick: People keep exploiting it in ways that could sway elections, and in the worst cases even undermine democracy.
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Russel Todd O’Bannon, 52, admitted in a plea deal to using a Facebook text messaging service to connect with 17 boys and girls and convince them to send him sexually explicit photos.
Facebook was undoubtedly persuaded to choose Virginia for its new data center by a big, recent tax cut, plus a renewable energy tariff. The project will create 1,700 construction jobs.
Members of D.C.’s Mexican and Mexican American community have started a Facebook fundraiser to help the earthquake victims. With one of them actually on the ground in Mexico, donors can be sure their money is going exactly where it’s needed most.
The Annapolis police chief’s Facebook post addressing President Donald Trump’s speech to law enforcement resulted in a talking to by the city’s mayor.
Facebook shut down artificial intelligence bots, one expert said, because they did not accomplish the task they were assigned to do: negotiate.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland filed the federal suit, which accuses the governor of violating his constituents’ First Amendment rights.
Glassdoor’s list of this year’s 25 Highest Paying Internships shows some companies pay big for short-term programs. The nation’s highest paying internship pays $8,000 a month, while some around D.C. pay up to $5,000.
After a Triangle, Virginia, man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday for using Facebook to trick a 15-year-old into having sex with him, child safety advocates are warning parents to talk with kids about using social media.
Gov. Larry Hogan is facing criticism after comments asking him to condemn the president’s temporary travel ban were deleted from his Facebook page.
While Facebook is encouraging all its users to “go live,” the company has quietly been striking deals around the edges of the college and professional sports world.
A feel-good story that went viral on social media this past week about a teacher greeting students with personalized handshakes is generating a different kind of buzz after a similar video was posted within days.
Victim had told mother he was going to Maryland to see a girl he had met on Facebook, authorities said.
For the first time, Facebook is sharing its top 10 global live videos of the year. Flip through the gallery to see the 2016 list.
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