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Facebook can't appease either political party ahead of the election Facebook can't appease either political party ahead of the election
Mon, August, 24, 2020
Sara Fischer from Axios breaks down what Facebook is doing to try and stay apolitical during the 2020 election.
Will the Facebook Ad Boycott Force the Social Media Giant to Change? Not Likely. Will the Facebook Ad Boycott Force the Social Media Giant to Change? Not Likely.
Wed, July, 8, 2020
Hundreds of companies have joined an advertising boycott of Facebook, trying to pressure the social media giant to more actively police hate speech and false content on its platform. But Nathan Bomey from USA Today explains why the pressure might not be enough to force Facebook to change.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 28, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 28, 2020
Thu, May, 28, 2020
Death of George Floyd draws condemnation from law enforcement officials, President Trump targets alleged political bias at Twitter and Facebook, and nursing student runs 100 miles on a treadmill to raise money for health care workers.
Facebook Clashes with Election Officials Behind the Scenes Over Policies, Misinformation Facebook Clashes with Election Officials Behind the Scenes Over Policies, Misinformation
Mon, February, 17, 2020
Brett Murphy from USA Today examines the battles between election officials and Facebook over the social media platform's unwillingness to remove false information from its site.
A Conversation with Republican Senator Josh Hawley A Conversation with Republican Senator Josh Hawley
Fri, October, 25, 2019
Republican Senator Josh Hawley from Missouri joins Gordon Deal to talk about his social media proposal and the United States' future in Syria.
Sites like Facebook, Google and Twitter allowed white supremacists to flourish. Now what? Sites like Facebook, Google and Twitter allowed white supremacists to flourish. Now what?
Tue, August, 27, 2019
USA Today's David Heath tells us about the popular types of social media sites used to promote white supremacist ideologies, and details how attempts to curb these ideologies have only recently gained more attention--and with limited success.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 03, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 03, 2019
Fri, May, 3, 2019
Nancy Pelosi says Attorney General William Barr lied to Congress, Facebook bans a host of provocateurs, and deaf rescue dog learns sign language.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 25, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 25, 2019
Thu, April, 25, 2019
President Trump vows stonewall of 'All' House subpoenas, measles infects highest number since 2000, and the most frugal player in the NFL draft.
Facebook tracks everything from your politics to ethnicity - here's how to stop it Facebook tracks everything from your politics to ethnicity - here's how to stop it
Fri, January, 18, 2019
Facebook knows way more about you than you think. Kari Paul from MarketWatch explains.
The Mighty Fell in 2018, from Manafort to Moonves The Mighty Fell in 2018, from Manafort to Moonves
Fri, December, 21, 2018
Rick Newman from Yahoo Finance looks at the once-untouchables that fell in 2018, from stocks and big tech companies to CEOs and media executives.
States Loom as a Regulatory Threat to Tech Giants States Loom as a Regulatory Threat to Tech Giants
Tue, September, 11, 2018
Tech giants are getting too big for the liking of many state's attorneys-general. John McKinnon from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Past Social-Media Posts Upend Hiring Past Social-Media Posts Upend Hiring
Mon, August, 13, 2018
Be careful what you tweet. The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Feintzeig explain how old social-media posts could harm the hiring process.
As More New Dads Get Paternity Leave, Companies Push Them to Take It As More New Dads Get Paternity Leave, Companies Push Them to Take It
Fri, July, 13, 2018
Vanessa Fuhrmans from The Wall Street Journal explores the stigma about men taking paternity leave.
How Fake Mark Zuckerbergs Scam Facebook Users Out of Their Cash How Fake Mark Zuckerbergs Scam Facebook Users Out of Their Cash
Mon, April, 30, 2018
Jack Nicas from The New York Times warns us about the fake Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg Facebook accounts scamming people out of thousands.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 28, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 28, 2018
Sat, April, 28, 2018
What do Facebook's updated Community Standards guidelines mean for us, why are paper checks so popular, and attack of the tiny electric scooters.
Thumbs down: Facebook's hate speech and censorship policies no easy fix Thumbs down: Facebook's hate speech and censorship policies no easy fix
Wed, April, 25, 2018
Ben Wolfgang from the Washington Times explains to Gordon Deal why there is no easy fix to Facebook's hate speech issues.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 12, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 12, 2018
Thu, April, 12, 2018
How should the U.S. respond to Syria, House Speaker Paul Ryan won't seek re-election, and how to find out if your Facebook data might have been shared with Cambridge Analytica.
With all we know about Facebook, should you still 'sign in with Facebook'? With all we know about Facebook, should you still 'sign in with Facebook'?
Wed, April, 11, 2018
Rob Pegoraro from USA Today explains why you should hesitates when asked to "sign in with Facebook."
14 years of Mark Zuckerberg saying sorry, not sorry 14 years of Mark Zuckerberg saying sorry, not sorry
Wed, April, 11, 2018
Geoffrey Fowler from the Washington Post asks why should we believe Mark Zuckerberg this time?
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 11, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 11, 2018
Wed, April, 11, 2018
Senators warn Mark Zuckerberg of new regulations, U.S. presses allies to back a military strike on Syria, and how text messages can improve your kids' reading skills.
Zuckerberg set for trial by fire in first testimony Zuckerberg set for trial by fire in first testimony
Tue, April, 10, 2018
What can we expect from Mark Zuckerberg's first congressional testimony? Ali Breland from The Hill has the story.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 07, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 07, 2018
Sat, April, 7, 2018
Teachers are creating a national movement, why people lie to Facebook, and 1 in 5 workers admit to stealing a colleague's lunch.
You Weren't Born in 1905? Why People Lie to Facebook You Weren't Born in 1905? Why People Lie to Facebook
Wed, April, 4, 2018
People are trying their best to keep information private on Facebook. Heidi Vogt from the Wall Street Journal explains.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 31, 2018 This Weekend with Gordon Deal March 31, 2018
Sat, March, 31, 2018
Mom and Dad are reaching across the political aisle, the most mediocre defense in the Final Four, and how to quit Facebook.
How to quit Facebook How to quit Facebook
Fri, March, 23, 2018
Kurt Wagner from Recode helps Gordon Deal sign off from Facebook for good.