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Around the world, conspiracies are traveling from fringe online communities into the mainstream political conversation.
One Lannister doesn't always answer messages, apparently.
Home & Living
Which, honestly, isn't saying much.
World News
The app was used to spread misinformation that helped elect far-right authoritarian Jair Bolsonaro. It still serves as a platform for radicalization.
WhatsApp said the security breach may have targeted human rights groups.
World News
The nationwide social media blockage came after eight blasts swept through Sri Lankan churches and hotels on Easter Sunday, killing more than 200 people.
House Democrats are furious that Jared Kushner has yet to turn over his WhatsApp messages that they say he used to communicate with foreign leaders.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Trump's former presidential rival rip the White House adviser for hypocrisy.
Zuckerberg plans to stitch together its Messenger, WhatsApp and Instagram messaging services.
Jan Koum reportedly differed with WhatsApp's corporate parent over encryption and user privacy.
Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion in 2014.
The WorldPost
New media has created a battlefield that could alter the course of politics in the country.
By Eric Lifson The workplace landscape has changed. Social media has given everyone the access to more information than could
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A group of professed Muslim radicals "had no basic knowledge about Islam,” according to a new study.
How is it possible that an experience that connects me to 81 percent of American women feels reductive?
By Lily Hay Newman for WIRED. As end-to-end encrypted messaging apps have exploded in popularity, several well-known services