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Colleges Use Influencers To Spread COVID AwarenessSome colleges are paying students to share coronavirus safety messages on social media. WBZ-TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Facebook To Ban Holocaust Denial, Distortion PostsWBZ TV's Paula Ebben reports.
New Dating App Takes Looks Out Of The Equation To Find Deeper ConnectionsWBZ TV's Lisa Hughes talks to S'More Date founder Adam Cohen-Aslatei.
‘It Can Be Very Profitable’: Meet Boston’s Influencers Of InstagramBrittany Di Capua and Ashleigh D’Mello have each built large followings sharing the best in Food and Fashion. WBZ-TV's Kate Merrill reports.
Facebook Introduces New Dating App In The USFacebook is bringing its dating service to the U.S.
Facebook Makes Changes To Facial RecognitionThere's a status update from Facebook on facial recognition.
Facebook Launching Tool To Let Users Block Website From Gathering DataThere's a status update from Facebook about gathering your data.
FaceApp Owned By Russian CompanyThere are privacy concerns about the popular FaceApp.
Facebook Unveils Redesign For Mobile App, Desktop SiteYou might notice some changes on your Facebook feed.
Facebook Says It 'Unintentionally Uploaded' Email Contacts Of 1.5 Million UsersMore privacy problems at Facebook.
Facebook Bug May Have Exposed Photos From 6.8 Million UsersFacebook says the private photos of millions of users were exposed without their permission.
Augmented Reality Is On The Menu At South Boston DinerWBZ TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
Keller @ Large: Stephen Hawking’s Warning For Us About Our Tech ObsessionThe last book by the late scientist Stephen Hawking carries an important warning about what our tech toys are doing to us.
Trump Takes On Google In Complaints About Social MediaWBZ TV's Kate Merrill reports.
Zuckerberg Apologizes For Privacy Issues On Capitol HillFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled by senators on Capitol Hill. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Keller @ Large: Lawmakers Want More Than Another Apology, They Want Solutions From Mark ZuckerbergLawmakers want more than another apology from Mark Zuckerberg, they want solutions. WBZ's Jon Keller reports.
Keller @ Large: Should We Trust Mark Zuckerberg?Facebook says that it will be easier to understand what apps have access to your data...but why haven't they been doing that all along?
Data Sharing Scandal Has Gives Facebook Users Second ThoughtsSome people have decided to get off Facebook after the scandal. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports.
Facebook Questioned About Pulling Android Call, Text DataWBZ-TV's Chris McKinnon reports.
Keller @ Large: Fight Against Predatory Technology GrowingJon says the backlash against predatory technology that wants to get you and your kids addicted to their products is gathering steam.
Keller @ Large: Facebook's Messenger Kids App Is A Bad IdeaFacebook's new Messenger Kids app promises to usher kids into a wonderful new world. But is it all its cracked up to be?
New York Times Updates Social Media GuidelinesThe Times announced a new set of guidelines for reporters. WBZ-TV's David Wade reports.
Last Minute: Twitter Users React To New Character LimitTwitter is testing a new 280 character limits with a small group of users. WBZ-TV's Lisa Hughes got reaction.
Medford Police Officer Placed On Leave After Controversial Social Media PostThe officer claims that his criticism of Muslims on Facebook was one big misunderstanding. WBZ-TV's Bill Shields reports.

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