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Title
19819
It's 2017, any place that charges a convenience fee to pay bills online is just an asshole.
22825
China to Donald Trump: Your North Korea speech was really unhelpful
12157
In The Matrix, water on windows foreshadowed code
15393
Redditor realizes just how bad a Nice Guy he was, gets therapy, and turns it all around
13826
600 pounds of thicc
32231
Whole of Puerto Rico without power
12390
Russian Dancers Gliding
8480
The Turkish town where the poor never go hungry. Restaurants in a small eastern Anatolian town are offering free meals to those in need, a tradition that has carried on for decade
4663
Spaceships are just boats out of water
21484
Are y'all done or y'all finished?
34109
TIL many animal shelters do not allow adoption of black cats in October to protect the cats from being sacrificed or tortured.
16965
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's socks today at Bloomberg Global Business Forum event.
6667
Stop resisting!
9057
Particles dropped into a bowl
71225
Good kid spots neighbor's dropped wallet in driveway, returns it.
14523
[UPDATE] Had a falling out with the girl I love and got served a cease and desist order. What can I legally do? [Michigan] (x-post on r/relationships)
30493
Safe travels, new friend
7098
Game dev shuts down a negative review on Steam
8535
When the light hits just right... Wildwood Trail, Portland, OR (OC) [4000x3000]
9779
Equifax gets it
7397
Bacon Double Cheeseburger Pop-tarts
25053
Death Wish Coffee recalls cold brew cans due to potentially deadly toxin concerns
16299
Man who raped and murdered six-year-old girl has 'boiling water poured on his groin in prison attack'
64279
[UPDATE] I found out that a coworker in the same position, with the same education, experience, workload, etc. is making almost twice what I make
40633
The reason I never get any work done...
11094
Mom surprises her son on his birthday.
16168
How dare they
5934
Great White shark
39886
Mom surprises her son on his birthday.
24697
To catfish.
16906
Steward bodychecks runner at 2017 UCI Road World Championships
6130
LPT: Not sure if you're a gay man? Casually rub your penis up against both male and female coworkers during the day and immediately document the blood flow to your penis by measuring its girth. Graph the data and share your findings on r/dataisbeautiful.
15528
How did Metallica get people to stop pirating their music?
15026
Lightning striking a plane inside a rainbow
4495
Bummer
20004
[I ATE] Buffalo wing poutine
25960
MRW my friend tells me his MLM is not a pyramid scheme
12227
AR math app
10143
Still as pretty as the real thing
9646
Haunted Jelly Bean Machine, Ink With digital coloring, 8.5" x 11"
9400 mymourningsunrise I hope everyone remembers this when Mark Zuckerburg inevitably runs for public office.
3152 neutralvoter 1. Use adblock on social media 2. Don't get your news from sites like facebook 3. Read more than just headline 4. Don't look for geopolitical insight from anonymous messaging boards. There, you've just dealt a major blow to the majority of disinformation campaigns. It's not hard, it just requires a tiny amount of additional work and foresight. 5 (optional but recommended): don't use facebook. Your life will improve.
1214 al3x3y89 Next thing you know the Russians will run ads on Reddit
107 Hawk30 How are you "secretly paid" you pay through billing on business manager...
537 _Hopped_ I too want Facebook to destroy its credibility in the eyes of its ad customers.
215 biohazard930 > “Facebook was secretly paid to host illegal political ads as part of an illegal foreign influence effort." And literally the next line in the article, from the same letter: > “We are not aware of any federal law that would prohibit Facebook from making these ads public,”
192 sonofaresiii This article is a mess. It keeps switching between Facebook secretly being paid, or Facebook being paid by secret sources, or Facebook being paid by sources that were secretly Russian. It's like it's trying REALLY HARD to muddy direct information of what happened. Look guys, in all likelihood Facebook wasn't secretly in league with Russia to intentionally spread misinformation. That's what the article tries to suggest, but it's not really what the article SAYS. Facebook identified that the sources were Russian, and turned that information over to authorities. They're not going to release it to the public, and they shouldn't. People are always complaining about Facebook collecting data, now we're mad that they WON'T release that data to the public? They released it to whom they were required to release it, beyond that it's private information that their own policies-- the ones that protect me and you-- won't allow them to release. It's important they stick to their privacy policy otherwise it's meaningless. The authorities have this information.