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A police officer was suspended for selling mugs that depicted a photo of a local homeless man who was passed out on a log.
Only hours after posting a photo of the morel mushrooms they found foraging earlier in the day, a couple was raided by police who thought they caught a pack of hardened criminals who'd dare to expand their minds—but they were wrong.
Police are now threatening to arrest anyone who criticizes the small-time drug busts that they brag about on Facebook.
An innocent man's life is in shambles after he was targeted and arrested by the FBI for a Facebook post speaking out against police brutality.
As police raid the homes of peaceful activists for Facebook posts critical of the state, rampant illegal threats to murder children and kill people go unchecked and essentially ignored by the social media giant.
While Congress lectures Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on the importance of respecting user privacy, they ignore the fact that they are responsible for allowing illegal spying on millions of American citizens.
As Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg prepares to be questioned by a House Committee, a report from USA Today shows that the overwhelming majority of the members asking the questions have received money from the social media giant.
Google keeps a record of every search you've ever done and deleted, every image, every where you've been, every email, every app, every video, every voice command, as well as any other information tied to its services.
We now know what Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, puts tape over both his camera and his microphone—his own app is able to listen to you at home and at work.
While there is no app that will tell you that you have a stalker, Facebook's algorithm makes it as easy as going to your own profile pages and scrolling down until you see your friends' photos.