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Deputy Tech Editor, BuzzFeed

Twitter Is Surveying Users About Abuse

buzzfeed.com — 2015 seems to be the year that Twitter actually gets serious about addressing abuse. In February, its CEO released an internal memo saying that the company "sucks" at dealing with abuse, and yesterday the company rolled out new, expanded features targeting doxxing and impersonation.

12 Questions For Reddit On Its New Policy For Stolen Nudes And Revenge Porn

buzzfeed.com — Today Reddit co-founder and new executive chairman Alexis Ohanian announced a change to its privacy policy that's designed to make sure users don't publish nude photos or post pictures of users engaging in sexual acts without the subjects' consent.

Instagram Accidentally Ran Survey Ads For Healthcare.gov

buzzfeed.com — Yesterday afternoon, while thumbing through endless cascades of pink Valentine's hearts, kiss-y selfies, and blizzard prep photos, a number of Instagram users received a pop-up surprise in the form of an unfamiliar advertiser survey.

Like Uber But For Jokes

buzzfeed.com — If you've spent any time following Tech Twitter, the insular community of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, engineers, journalists, and interested onlookers who drive forward and comment on the day's tech news, you've probably seen some version of this joke: Right now, this convention is a way to cheekily present a thing.

Google Hints At YouTube Kids Rollout With New Online Survey

buzzfeed.com — Google's long-rumored YouTube for kids service may be just around the corner. Currently the company is running web surveys asking prospective users to indicate their preference on a series of possible paid features, like this one found by BuzzFeed News on The Daily Mirror: Last March, The Information reported that YouTube was mulling a service aimed toward children 10 and under.

Here's What Real People Actually Want From Twitter

buzzfeed.com — Just now Twitter announced its latest earnings report. This is a thing that Twitter has to do now that it's a public company and, let's be honest, the first couple of these were a bit fraught. The problem: Twitter had and continues to have a growth problem.

I Went To Philadelphia’s Pre-Dawn Wing Eating Contest And Stared The Devil Right In The Face

buzzfeed.com — It's Jan. 26, 2001, and Matt "Sloth" Dutton has just consumed dozens of chicken wings in minutes. He doesn't know it, but in just a moment he's about to immortalize himself. His eyes glaze over and Dutton flashes the thousand-yard stare that's graced the face of countless competitive eaters before him.

Philly Radio Station Releases Video Of Chris Christie Falling Off A Chair

buzzfeed.com — The video was shown at Philadelphia's annual Wing Bowl, and was apparent payback for Christie supporting the Dallas Cowboys.

Twitter Fights For Its Future With Native Video And Group Chats

buzzfeed.com — Twitter is about to get bigger, and yet smaller too. Today, the company announced it is rolling out two new and substantial features to its service: private chatrooms, and a tool that lets people capture, edit, and share videos. Either alone would be a big deal, but taken together, this feels almost like an entirely new service.

TK TK POSSIBLE TECH ANGLES FOR NYC BLIZZARD DO NOT PUBLISH LOL

buzzfeed.com — 1. This One Tweet Perfectly Sums Up The Reason Why We Are Getting All This Snow 2. Post about Seamless. Seamless hacks? Can you hack seamless? look into that. 3. Ok. Got it. Seamless vs. Postmates race: see which one get to my apartment with hotter food.
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Mar 01, 2015

oh man this behind the scenes piece on how the cars from Pimp My Ride were barely street legal pieces of shit = great huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/25/pim…

Mar 01, 2015

maybe a lil overstated but an important RE: net neutrality: we got it b/c a HUGE industry aligned itself w the cause justice.gawker.com/thanks-for-the…

Feb 28, 2015

RT @michaelhayes: After Boris Nemtsov’s Assassination, ‘There Are No Longer Any Limits’ nytimes.com/2015/02/28/mag…

Feb 28, 2015

I'd never really heard of the Gardner art heist until this morning and holy crap I'm so fascinated by it mobile.nytimes.com/2015/03/01/art…

Feb 27, 2015

@mikeisaac oh hush and just enjoy the damn phenomenon.



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