Fox News reported that Netflix is planning to launch a slate of original faith and family-friendly programming that will be exclusive on the video service.
Microsoft’s mobile browser, Edge, is issuing fake news warnings to users in a new update for iOS and Android devices.
The news fake news warning is powered by NewsGuard, which rates each website you browse to and gives it either a red warning for unreliable or green for trusted in your address bar.
This idea sounds good in theory, to help people know they’re visiting a website that may contain fake news, but my question is, who gets to define what “fake news” is? And what journalists are involved in deciding which websites are real and fake?
If you’ve deleted your Facebook over privacy concerns or never signed up to a social media website to begin with, you better hope you picked your friends wisely because according to a new study, your behavior can be predicted even if you’ve never been on social media.
StudyFinds.org reported that a team of scientists from Vermont and Australia found that by examining the tweets of those close to someone, they could predict a person’s behavior, even if they’re not on social media!
Plus, Facebook has pledged to invest $300 million in local news initiatives, including partnerships, programs, and content over the next three years according to The Blaze.
“The company said it would focus on supporting local newsrooms and helping news organizations build sustainable business models.
Not even a Super Bowl can get Chick fil a to open on Sunday. With the big game taking place at on Sunday Febuary 3rd in Atlanta, many have wondered if the tasty chicken sandwich restaurant will open its Mercedes-Benz Stadium location for the big game.
All that today on this edition of "A Whittle Bit of Commentary." ChadWhittle.com (C) 2019 Chad Whittle.