A Los Altos woman is one of hundreds of users whose pages disappeared after their accounts were unfairly targeted by Facebook’s “real name” policy.
The changes have already been put in place for cooks, janitors and security guards at the company’s Menlo Park headquarters.
Already a vital distributor of news content, the social media website Facebook just got more powerful with the launch of Instant Article Wednesday.
After video of a violent arrest in San Jose last weekend went viral, police in San Jose admitted the video is tough to watch, but defended the use of force on the suspect.
The San Jose Police Department’s internal affairs division is investigating what some citizens described as “police brutality” in a three-minute, one second video that has already been viewed nearly 100,000 times, and is being watched more than 20,000 times an hour Monday night.
Silicon Valley CEO David Goldberg Died Of Head Trauma During Exercise Accident In Mexico; Hotel Says He Wasn’t Guest
SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg died of severe head trauma in an exercise accident at a hotel in the Mexican resort town of Punta Mita, a Mexican state official said Monday, but the hotel says he wasn’t a registered guest.
Wall Street analysts are growing pessimistic on Twitter’s business model
Investors are roughing up Twitter on its weak earnings while jumping on GoPro’s bandwagon
The symbolic move is intended to show disdain over the growing income disparity in Oakland which critics largely blame on the tech industry in Silicon Valley.
How much you drink, whether you like your job, and if you’re engaged are all factors insurance companies can learn from your social media, and begin using to set your premiums, or even hike your rates.