Sacha Baron Cohen doubled down on his recent broadside against Facebook at last night's Golden Globes, with a withering joke about the social network's editorial policies.
The Social Network writer Aaron Sorkin reveals how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to alter the drama.
Twitter said Monday that it has suspended 936 accounts it said originated from within state-backed operations in China designed to spread disinformation related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. Facebook, meanwhile, said that based on its own investigation it removed several pages, groups and accounts for similar behavior, saying its investigation also found links […]
Dwayne Johnson has warned fans that scam artists on Facebook are using his name for online extortion schemes.
Will Ferrell has had enough of Facebook. The comedian and actor, in a post on the social-media platform, said he will delete his Facebook account by this Friday. His page currently has 10.1 million fans. Ferrell cited Facebook’s mishandling of user data in the case of Cambridge Analytica, a U.K.-based political data-analytics firm that obtained […]
Jim Carrey has said that he's dumping his shares in Facebook and deleting his personal page, over the site profiting from Russian interference in the US presidential election.
One of the world’s most famous tech billionaires is out to build his own artificial intelligence system akin to that of Tony Stark – and it looks like he may have some assistance from Stark himself. Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg is working on his very own JARVIS, and AI which would essentially run his household in much the way JARVIS runs Stark’s in the ‘Iron Man’ movies. Zuckerberg announced the plan as his “personal challenge for 2016” back in January, explaining, “I’m going to start by exploring what technology is already out there.
When Zack Magilavy, a dad from Ohio, USA, decided to post a video to Facebook of his little son Charlie mesmerised by Sylvester Stallone’s training montage in 1979’s ‘Rocky II’, he probably didn’t imagine it’d blow up as much as it did. Naturally, the video quickly went viral and soon amassed one million views, then two. In no time at all the video had been seen over three million times, as Zack hoped that in all the high profile commotion Sly Stallone himself would see it, and sure enough he did.
In a spooky case of horror movies merging with reality, a man’s body has gone missing after dying during a screening of James Wan’s ‘The Conjuring 2′. According to The Times of India, during a showing of Wan’s horror sequel at the Sri Balasubramaniar Cinema in Tiruvannamalai, in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, a 65-year-old man passed away after suffering from chest pains and passing out during the horror movie’s climax. After being rushed to a nearby hospital, the man was declared dead, however when medics gave the go-ahead for the body to be taken to the Tiruvannamalai Government Medical College Hospital for a post-mortem, the deceased man had disappeared, along with the person in charge of the body.
Since his wife gave birth, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been filling his days with the usual parenting activities, including posting copious amounts of baby photos on his timeline.
Don’t believe everything that gets shared on your social network, particularly when it comes to Jennifer Aniston and Meryl Streep. It shows an old picture of the Hollywood doyenne on the New York subway, and comes with the empowering, inspirational type message stressing that it’s what’s inside that counts, reputedly from the mouth of Ms Streep herself. “This was me on my way home from an audition for King Kong where I was told I was too ‘ugly’ for the part.
There’s no denying that ‘Inside Out’ has been a huge success and return to form for Disney Pixar. Having amassed $832 million and received rave reviews across the critical board, it’s left some speculating over Pixar’s second film of 2015, ‘The Good Dinosaur’, with some convinced it’ll be overshadowed by the movie set inside a little girl’s mind. It appears Peter Sohn’s tale of when dinosaurs continued to rule the Earth after that meteor narrowly missed might not require any premature sympathy.