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Is Facebook leading us on a journey to the metaverse?

Nick Clegg will on Monday set out the tech giant’s vision of a virtual world where you can work, shop and ‘live’. But the move is prompting new fears over privacy

Facebook ‘overpaid in data settlement to avoid naming Zuckerberg’

Lawsuit alleges settlement in Cambridge Analytica case driven by desire to protect founder

Smuggling speedboats swarm under the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge

Dozens of suspected smuggling speedboats were seen approaching the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, according to a video posted by former foreign police officer Les Bird on Facebook.

The attempt to hold accountable for the content of their clients' websites is like blaming Gutenberg for the NYT's fake news that dragged The US to the useless war against the nuclear weapons Iraq never had.

The claim that censorship rather than education and free, open and public debate is the proper means of fighting outrageous, annoying and invalid opinions belongs to the worst dictatorships in human history. Through de-platform, the silencing of political opponents and those with annoying, wrong or extreme opinions we are basically pooping on the constitution, pissing on The Bill of Rights and throwing rotten eggs at the founding fathers of America.

Whistleblower behind 'Facebook files' will reveal identity, cooperate with Congress: source

The whistleblower involved in the "Facebook Files" investigation will reveal his or her identity as part of an agreement to cooperate with Congress, a source confirms to FOX Business.

Facebook's longtime chief technology officer stepping down next year

Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer said Wednesday that he will step down from the role next year.

Student Politicism announces disbandment after leaders arrested

Student Politicism announced official disbandment on Friday night, saying there is no room for the organization to operate anymore.

How Husband-Wife Team Built $12 Billion Fortune With A Startup

Canva users have created more than 7 billion designs, but Perkins wants it to become ubiquitous. That includes ultimately replacing PDF resumes with responsive web-based tools.

Finance Minister Details Tax Rebates for Parents Raising Children

Finance Minister Mihály Varga revealed details of tax rebates for parents raising children in a video message posted on Facebook on Friday.

Tiananmen Square vigil group in Hong Kong denies it threatens national security

Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China responds to Chris Tang ahead of its vote on disbanding.

YouTube series inspire solo walks through Hong Kong, the ‘moving museum’

Followers of ‘When in doubt, take a walk’ YouTube series share their favourite strolling routes, photos and memories.

Democrats among 10 Hong Kong district councillors challenged over oath validity

Of the 56 councillors invited to swear allegiance to Hong Kong, 10 are undergoing further questioning, while 1 has been immediately unseated for refusing to attend.

Apple CEO Tim Cook's Warning For Staff Who "Leak Confidential Information"

The Apple CEO’s email warning employees against leaking company information has also been leaked.

Wall Street Falls as Pandemic-Era Low in US Jobless Claims Triggers Fed's Taper Fears

US stocks fell broadly for a fourth day in a row on Thursday after another Federal Reserve official advocated this week for a prompt taper of the central bank’s long-running economic stimulus.

Apple threatened Facebook ban over slavery posts on Instagram

Apple threatened to remove Facebook's products from its App Store, after the BBC found domestic "slaves" for sale on apps, including Instagram, in 2019.

Core member of June 4 vigil group urges members to resist calls to disband

Chow Hang-tung, vice-chairwoman of Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, says disbanding is wrong move.

How 'nerd' culture powered through the pandemic

When graphic design graduate, Rachel Smythe, 35, tried to get a foot in the door of New Zealand's creative industry in 2008, she was rejected at every turn.

June 4 alliance vice chair voices against disbandment

Tonyee Chow Hang-tung, vice chairwoman of an alliance that organized the annual June 4 vigil, wrote a public letter to call upon members not to disband the group.

Chip Tsao takes a break in UK

Writer and radio host Chip Tsao, commonly known by his pen name To Kit, is “taking a break” in the United Kingdom.

Smiling pineapple bun and virtual friends found all over Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Space Museum has been transformed into a giant "Smiling Pineapple Bun," as part of a three week campaign by the Tourism Board to boost local tours.

Mark Zuckerberg reacts to NYT report on Facebook using news feed to promote positive stories about itself

Zuckerberg blasted the Times report's claim that he used an electric surfboard in a video posted to his personal accounts on July 4

NFTs Are the Building Blocks of the Metaverse - Here’s How It’s Being Built

The metaverse is aiming to establish complete decentralization infrastructure at its very foundation. This is already happening with NFTs.

Aide to Ukraine's president survives apparent assassination attempt

Shots were fired Wednesday morning at the car of a top aide to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky outside Kiev, in what police are calling an assassination attempt.

(Video) Thousands of fishes jumped onto Cheung Chau beach

Thousands of small fishes jumped above water near a Cheung Chau beach on Mid-Autumn Festival, according to a video uploaded to Facebook.