Keeping Mark Zuckerberg Safe Cost Facebook $22 Million Last Year

Facebook’s stunning year of scandals seems to have driven up the price tag of Mark Zuckerberg’s safety.According to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing released Friday, the CEO was paid $10 million in 2018 through a pre-tax allowance “to cover additional costs related to his and his family’s personal security.”That includes “personnel, equipment, services, residential improvements”…

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How An Instagram Post About ‘Gram Worthy Pores’ Broke Federal Law

Instagram/shaymitchell Bioré’s Witch Hazel Pore Strips “tighten and purify for gram worthy pores,” actor and model Shay Mitchell raved to her nearly 24 million Instagram followers in late February. The endorsement worked. “If @shaymitchell uses them, we all need to use them!” wrote one commenter. “If they’re good enough for Shay they’re good enough for…

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If You Were Waiting For Apple AirPower, We Have Bad News

If you’re an Apple fan who has waited a year and a half to snag an AirPower wireless charging mat, we have bad news: In a rare reversal, the company has canceled the product.It was originally promised in September 2017, but sources told TechCrunch the charging coil design produced too much heat for safe use.…

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Leaked Emails Suggest Facebook Worries More About PR Than Anti-Semitism

Leave it to Facebook to make the right decision about an anti-Semitic post ― mainly for the wrong reasons.A series of internal emails leaked to Business Insider shows executives at Instagram and Facebook (which owns Instagram) struggled this week over how best to respond to an anti-Semitic painting shared Wednesday on the Instagram page of…

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