Facebook Says Police Can’t Use The Social Network’s Data For Surveillance

Facebook will no longer allow third party sites to use their date for surveillance

The breakneck-speed at which Facebook has expanded inevitably means they have to take on roles they may not have anticipated. The proliferation of fake news, biased timelines (that only show you what you want to see) and moderating hateful language or graphic imagery are some of the well documented struggles all social networks have faced

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McDonald’s Employee Leaps Through Drive-Thru Window To Save Policewoman’s Life

McDonald's employee saves a police officers life

A McDonald’s employee saved the life of an off-duty policewoman after jumping through a drive-thru window when she suddenly fell unconscious. The officer pulled up to a McDonald’s branch in Doral, Florida with her two young children in the back seat. Pedro Viloria was preparing her breakfast order when he noticed something wasn’t right, and heard the

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A Look Inside The Nazis’ Performance Enhancing Drug Habits

The Third Reich was ripe with heavy drug consumption

German citizens of the Third Reich were taking amphetamines and opiates on a national scale. Author Norman Ohler spent years trawling through records of Hitler’s personal physician, Dr. Theo Morell, in preparation for his new book Blitzed: Drugs in the Third Reich. The records show that the Fuhrer himself received 800 injections over the years.

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President Donald Trump Is Now Feuding With Snoop Dogg On Twitter

President Trump Tweeted his dislike of "failing rapper" Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg’s beefin’ days are largely behind him. A combination of frequent-marijuana use and his reincarnation into Snoop Lion, of Rastafarian- beliefs, has meant his last few projects were about peace and love, man. Having said that, he was one of several celebrities who claimed he would migrate to Canada should a certain Mr. Trump win

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Kalief Browder’s Story Proves It’s Better To Be Rich And Guilty, Than Poor And Innocent In America

Kalief Browder was just a 16-year old walking home from a party when his life changed forever. Accused of stealing a backpack, the Bronx teen was imprisoned without conviction in one of America’s most notorious detention facilities, Rikers Island, for over 1000 days – most of them in solitary confinement. Two years after his release, Kalief

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