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'RHOBH' Star Diana Jenkins Allowed To Subpoena Meta, Find Racist IG Post Source

TMZ.com Tuesday, 20 September 2022
"RHOBH" Star Diana Jenkins just got a BIG green light in her hunt to find who was behind a racist Instagram attack -- a judge has granted her the ability to subpoena Meta, so she can hopefully identify the user who targeted her costar Garcelle…
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Facebook Parent Meta May Remove News From Platform Following Vote in Congress [Video]

Facebook Parent Meta May Remove News From Platform Following Vote in Congress

Facebook Parent Meta , May Remove News From Platform , Following Vote in Congress. Facebook Parent Meta , May Remove News From Platform , Following Vote in Congress. At issue for Meta is the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act which may be added to the annual defense bill to ensure passage. The bill seeks to allow news organizations to come together when negotiating with tech behemoths. . Meta spokesperson Andy Stone stated the company's position via Twitter on Dec. 5. If Congress passes an ill-considered journalism bill as part of national security legislation, , Andy Stone, Meta spokesperson, Twitter. ... we will be forced to consider removing news from our platform altogether ... , Andy Stone, Meta spokesperson, Twitter. ... rather than submit to government- mandated negotiations .., Andy Stone, Meta spokesperson, Twitter. ... that unfairly disregard any value we provide to news outlets through increased traffic and subscriptions, Andy Stone, Meta spokesperson, Twitter. Publishers and broadcasters put their content on our platform themselves because it benefits their bottom line — not the other way around, Andy Stone, Meta spokesperson, Twitter. The government creating a cartel-like entity which requires one private company to subsidize other private entities is a terrible precedent for all American businesses, Andy Stone, Meta spokesperson, Twitter. In contrast to Meta's position, news trade groups have come out in support of the bill. Local papers cannot afford to endure several more years of Big Tech’s use and abuse, and time to take action is dwindling. , The News Media Alliance, via NBC News. If Congress does not act soon, we risk allowing social media to become America’s de facto local newspaper, The News Media Alliance, via NBC News. However, advocacy groups contend that the bill could “create an ill-advised antitrust exemption for publishers and broadcasters.”. A similar law passed in Australia has been effective, according to government data

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Meta's rules for checking VIP posts have caused 'real harm' and need 'overhaul'

On Facebook and Instagram there are rules about what can and can't be posted.
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Facebook to Remove Religious and Political Views From User Profiles [Video]

Facebook to Remove Religious and Political Views From User Profiles

Facebook to Remove Religious and Political Views , From User Profiles. Engadget reports that people's Facebook pages are about to change in the next few weeks. . Meta has reportedly confirmed that it will remove addresses, "interested in," political views and religion from Facebook profiles, effective December 1. . Meta has reportedly confirmed that it will remove addresses, "interested in," political views and religion from Facebook profiles, effective December 1. . A spokesperson told TechCrunch that the move is intended to make Facebook, "easier to navigate and use.". Users who have filled out any of these fields will get a notification regarding the upcoming change. Users who have filled out any of these fields will get a notification regarding the upcoming change. According to Engadget, other details that users provide, including contact information and relationship status, will not be affected. According to Engadget, other details that users provide, including contact information and relationship status, will not be affected. Users can still download a copy of their Facebook data prior to December 1. . Engadget reports that the move is likely to have little practical impact on users' experience on the platform. . However, the move may represent shifting attitudes toward , online privacy and security. . Meta has been more focused on privacy and increasing security in recent years. According to Engadget, the change may be a sign that people are becoming less willing to share personal info on social media

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Amazon To Lay Off 10,000 Employees [Video]

Amazon To Lay Off 10,000 Employees

Amazon To Lay Off , 10,000 Employees. 'The New York Times' and 'The Wall Street Journal' report that a source claims that the retail behemoth will lay of thousands of workers starting this week. Amazon has never made such a large cut to its staff. The company's devices organization, human resources and retail division will mostly be impacted. . The layoffs will account for less than 1% of Amazon's global staff and 3% of corporate employees. The news comes as other major companies such as Meta, Robinhood, Microsoft, Netflix and more have announced layoffs. . The news comes as other major companies such as Meta, Robinhood, Microsoft, Netflix and more have announced layoffs. . The news comes as other major companies such as Meta, Robinhood, Microsoft, Netflix and more have announced layoffs. . The news comes as other major companies such as Meta, Robinhood, Microsoft, Netflix and more have announced layoffs. . The news comes as other major companies such as Meta, Robinhood, Microsoft, Netflix and more have announced layoffs. . CNBC reports that Amazon CEO Andy Jassy has been trying to cut costs where he can as sales slow and the economy suffers. Some of the measures the company has taken include shutting down its telehealth service, closing most of its U.S. call centers and axing its delivery robot. Some of the measures the company has taken include shutting down its telehealth service, closing most of its U.S. call centers and axing its delivery robot. Some of the measures the company has taken include shutting down its telehealth service, closing most of its U.S. call centers and axing its delivery robot. CNBC reports that Amazon shares were down 2.5% on Nov. 14. They're down 41% for the year. According to CNBC, Amazon stock "is on pace for its worst year since 2008."

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Meta Announces Plan to Lay Off 11,000 Employees [Video]

Meta Announces Plan to Lay Off 11,000 Employees

Meta Announces Plan , to Lay Off 11,000 Employees. CNN reports that Facebook's parent company, Meta, is getting ready to lay off 11,000 employees, the largest job cut in the social media giant's history. The news comes amid Meta's costly shift to the metaverse. Recent months have seen other major tech firms announcing layoffs as the sector feels the impact of rising inflation, interest rates and fears of a possible recession. Today I’m sharing some of the most difficult changes we’ve made in Meta’s history. I’ve decided to reduce the size of our team by about 13% and let more than 11,000 of our talented employees go, Mark Zuckerberg, Meta CEO, via CNN. Zuckerberg reportedly added that the company's hiring freeze would be extended into 2023. . CNN reports that Meta has been spending billions on building the metaverse, a future version of the internet still years away from being fully developed. In October, Meta announced its second quarterly decline in revenue and profits that were half of what they were in the prior year. CNN reports that Meta's value dropped from over $1 trillion in 2021 to around $250 billion today. I want to take accountability for these decisions and for how we got here. I know this is tough for everyone, and I’m especially sorry to those impacted, Mark Zuckerberg, Meta CEO, via CNN. I want to take accountability for these decisions and for how we got here. I know this is tough for everyone, and I’m especially sorry to those impacted, Mark Zuckerberg, Meta CEO, via CNN. Other top tech companies made similar announcements in recent months, with Lyft announcing it would lay off 13% of its employees and Amazon implementing a corporate hiring pause. . Other top tech companies made similar announcements in recent months, with Lyft announcing it would lay off 13% of its employees and Amazon implementing a corporate hiring pause.

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Pete Davidson Returns to Instagram With Eli Manning, 'Stay Tuned'

Pete Davidson is back on Instagram, but there's a catch ... it's a joint page with Eli Manning!! Yes, the former Giants star quarterback and comedian joined..
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Streamer IShowSpeed Has Racist Exchange with Chinese World Cup Fan

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Who is Namra Qadir, YouTuber and Instagram celebrity accused of honey-trapping Gurgaon Sector 50 businessman

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Kirstie Alley Dead at 71 [Video]

Kirstie Alley Dead at 71

Kirstie Alley , Dead at 71. NBC News reports that Alley's family announced her death on Dec. 5. She was surrounded by her closest family and fought with great strength, leaving us with a certainty of her never-ending joy of living and whatever adventures lie ahead, Kirstie Alley's family, via statement. Our mother’s zest and passion for life, her children, grandchildren and her many animals, not to mention her eternal joy of creating, were unparalleled and leave us inspired to live life to the fullest just as she did, Kirstie Alley's family, via statement. According to 'People,' Alley was battling colon cancer, which she was only recently diagnosed with. . The Emmy-winning actor was best known for her roles in 'Cheers,' the 'Look Who's Talking' movies and dozens of other film and TV productions. Many of Alley's previous co-stars, such as John Travolta, took to social media to pay their respects. . Kirstie was one of the most special relationships I’ve ever had. I love you Kirstie. I know we will see each other again, John Travolta, via Instagram. Ted Danson revealed that he was just on a plane that aired an episode of 'Cheers.'. Kirstie was truly brilliant in it. Her ability to play a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown was both moving and hysterically funny, Ted Danson, via statement. She made me laugh 30 years ago when she shot that scene, and she made me laugh today just as hard. As I got off the plane, I heard that Kirstie had died, Ted Danson, via statement. I am so sad and so grateful for all the times she made me laugh. I send my love to her children. As they well know, their mother had a heart of gold. I will miss her, Ted Danson, via statement

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