Someone Found 1,000 Human Teeth Inside A Wall And Its Right Out Of A Horror Movie

Facebook / Gregory L. Williams Jr. Construction workers uncovered a terrifying secret on Tuesday when they began tearing down a wall in Valdosta, Georgia and found it filled with human teeth. And not just a teeth, but over one thousand. One worker managed to snap a pic of the situation, which…

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The inventor of the internet is building the next stage of the web

Instagram founders Kevin Systrom (right) and Mike Krieger (left) with Adam Mosseri (center), who will take over Facebook's photo sharing app.Image: Instagram Instagram has officially named a successor to outgoing CEO Kevin Systrom.  Adam Mosseri, who previously ran Facebook’s News Feed before moving to Instagram as VP of Product, will…

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Musk under investigation, Trump’s Chinese tariffs, Facebook’s fake-news victory: The week in tech news

Pages can now join Groups on Facebook.Image: Getty Images Your Facebook Page can now join members-only Facebook Groups. In a new setting update spotted by social media aficionado Matt Navarra, Facebook is now going to let Pages on the site interact with communities through Facebook Groups. 

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A Story About Processing Sexual Trauma In The Digital Age

Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault Unsplash / Wladislaw-Peljuchno It’s 3 a.m. and I get on Twitter because I can’t sleep. I scroll through hundreds of posts, nearly every single one about Bill Cosby or Brett Kavanaugh and the respective sexual assault cases against them. “Believe women!” some people seem to be…

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Ex-Facebook moderator sues company after she was diagnosed with PTSD

Facebook moderator Selena Scola reviewed "thousands of images, videos, and livestreamed broadcasts of graphic violence."Image: Richard James Mendoza/NurPhoto via Getty Images The mental toll of moderating unsettling content on the internet is well-noted, and now it’s the subject of a lawsuit against Facebook. Former content manager Selena Scola has lodged…

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Three years later, Lets Encrypt has issued over 380 million HTTPS certificates

Bon anniversaire, Let’s Encrypt! The free-to-use nonprofit was founded in 2014 in part by the Electronic Frontier Foundation and is backed by Akamai, Google, Facebook, Mozilla and more. Three years ago Friday, it issued its first certificate. Since then, the numbers have exploded. To date, more than 380 million certificates have been…

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