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Work-Life Balance

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Craigslist

Craiglist Blocks Personal Ads to Protest Anti Sex-Trafficking Law

It wants to bring them back 'some day,' but can't under the current legal regime.
Facebook

Mozilla Pulls Facebook Ads Over Privacy Flap

The Cambridge Analytica controversy triggered the Firefox developer to press Facebook to change its default privacy settings for app permissions.
Instagram

Instagram Promises to Quit Putting Old Posts Atop Your Feed

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Jay-Z Invests in a Bail Reform Startup

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Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg Doesn't Seem Very Sorry or Very Forgiven

Zuckerberg, but notably not Sheryl Sandberg, has at last addressed the Cambridge Analytica scandal but failed to quell the furor.
Facebook

Read Mark Zuckerberg's Full Statement on Facebook's Data Scandal

The CEO broke his silence on the Cambridge Analytica controversy.
Facebook

I'm Stuck in the Facebook Trap

Facebook is destroying us through a diet of noise and anger. But it doesn't need to be subject to regulation: it needs a conscience.
Facebook

Facebook's Brand Is Becoming the Uber of Social Media, and That's Not a Good Thing

Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg have squandered the public's good will by downplaying just how compromised the platform was during the 2016 election.