Residents of the area encountered the creepy-looking ocean-dwellers along the Texas coastline last week.
The singer-songwriter and guitarist addressed his followers on Facebook Live to express his deep skepticism towards the state of the pandemic.
The latest move is part of a growing attempt by the junta to block citizens from accessing the internet through social media, mobile phones or news services.
The video was recorded less than a week after the same female huntsman spider gave birth to a batch of offspring.
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office posted footage of the massive reptile taken by a deputy's bodycam.
The highly venomous species—one of the most toxic land snakes in the world—was filmed rubbing its head on a family's doors, seemingly seeking shelter from wet weather.
The eastern brown, one of the most toxic land snakes in the world, was found by a 91-year-old woman and caught after hiding in a sliding door cavity.
After Facebook user data was found on a hacker forum, people may want to find out if their information has been compromised.
Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, was originally barred from using both Facebook and Instagram in May of 2019. His Twitter account remains active.
Brendan Green detailed some of the hardships his brother Noah had faced prior to Friday's deadly incident at the Capitol.
Facebook posts appearing to be from Noah Green, the 25-year-old man linked to Friday's attack on Capitol Police, included a proclamation that Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was "here to save me and the rest of humanity, even if it means facing death."
The tech giant is one of a number of companies facing increasing tensions with the military junta.
A Montana man filed a lawsuit against the social media giant when he could not stop notifications saying an attempt had been made to log in to his account from a new device or browser.
Caring about people's lives and using a company's online influence are not mutually exclusive.
Biden praised the transgender community for "generations of struggle, activism, and courage that have brought our country closer to full equality for transgender and gender non-binary people in the United States and around the world."
The photo sparked outrage both on behalf of the animal and because of the reckless behavior it captured.
Thursday's hearing provided five key points that can help chart a path forward for those hoping to hold big tech accountable.
"Blacks captured and sold blacks as slaves," Indiana state Rep. Jim Lucas, a Republican, said during a recent exchange with a Black surgeon on Facebook. "Slavery is vile and repugnant, but has, and is tragically a way of humanity."
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"Facebook's enforcement of its own policies is consistently and demonstrably insufficient," Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) wrote in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shifted blame away from Facebook, where some Capitol rioters communicated about their plans, to former President Donald Trump.
Many of the individuals continue to hold active accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, despite violating the platforms' rules against false or misleading information about the coronavirus.
The billionaire tech CEO appeared before Congress on Thursday, testifying virtually alongside his peers from Twitter and Google.
In an Instagram post on Thursday, Teigen explained that she didn't leave Twitter because of any shortcoming on the part of the social media company. She explained to fans that the company worked with her to combat bullying.
The hackers attempted to gain access to computers and phones by creating fake Facebook profiles for supposed journalists and activists that were intended to appeal to a Uyghur audience.
Alissa's social profiles were unavailable to view on Facebook or Instagram, shortly after authorities released information about the shooting suspect's identity.
Authorities on Tuesday identified 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa as the gunman who allegedly opened fire inside a King Soopers store in Boulder, Colorado.
The former president is said to be planning a site of his own, having faced bans from several mainstream platforms.