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20+ most popular BuzzFeed News articles, as voted by our community.
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BuzzFeed News on AI Art
AI Image Generators Keep Messing Up Hands. Here's Why.
It all comes down to the images AI is learning from.
BuzzFeed News on Digital Life
Nothing Sacred: These Apps Reserve The Right To Sell Your Prayers
Prominent venture capitalists are flocking to invest in Christian worship apps. The apps say users’ prayers are a business asset.
100 Best Memes Of The Decade
From planking to VSCO girls.
BuzzFeed News on Facebook
How A Massive Facebook Scam Siphoned Millions Of Dollars From Unsuspecting Boomers
Asher Burke built his company on the back of one of the internet’s most persistent, lucrative, and sophisticated scams — and then it all fell apart.
Trump Disputing Election A Worry For Facebook Employees
Facebook employees collected evidence showing the company is giving right-wing pages preferential treatment when it comes to misinformation. And they’re worried about how the company will handle the…
BuzzFeed News on Immigration
Deaths, Surgeries, Drugs: Health Care For Jailed Immigrants Criticized In Memo About Secret ICE Whistleblower
BuzzFeed News has obtained a memo in which an ICE whistleblower says two immigrants got preventable surgeries and two were given the wrong drugs. Four died — one after getting "grossly negligent"…
BuzzFeed News on Media
Definitive Oral History Of BuzzFeed News 2012–2023
BuzzFeed News has been described as a chaos agent, a pirate ship, a reputable news organization, and, most notably, a “failing pile of garbage” by former president Donald Trump. We wanted to tell our…
New York Times Contributors Condemn Trans Coverage As Biased
The letter accused recent news stories of using “an eerily familiar mix of pseudoscience and euphemistic, charged language” that vilifies being trans.
BuzzFeed News on QAnon
Quibbles & Bits: Here’s Why BuzzFeed News Is Calling QAnon A “Collective Delusion” From Now On
QAnon is much bigger — and more dangerous — than other conspiracy theories.
BuzzFeed News on Society
How Millennials Became The Burnout Generation
Some claim millennials are lazy and entitled – unable to do basic tasks that older adults have just gotten on with for years. Anne Helen Petersen, senior culture writer for Buzzfeed News, rejects those labels. Milllennials like herself, she argues, are merely trying their best to navigate trends like skyrocketing student loans and an underpaying, perk-free gig economy. Millennials will likely not be the only ones who feel that her insights and observations are almost painfully on the nose.
There's No Such Thing As A “Dream Job” Anymore
Layoffs at some of the country’s most prestigious companies are the latest sign that no one’s job is ever really safe.
BuzzFeed News on Twitter
Twitter Will Allow Employees To Work At Home Forever
Two months into working from home, Twitter makes it permanent for some.
“I’m Not An Epidemiologist But…
What happens when Twitter engagement decides who’s in charge of the coronavirus public health crisis?
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Why Am I Sp Bad At Typign?
To solve my typos, I had to become a typo.
«In this article, of course, you see nothing but perfect prose, thanks to the magic of spellcheck and copy editors. But when I’m typing quickly in a fast-moving chat, it’s chaos.»
US TikTok User Data Has Been Repeatedly Accessed From China, Leaked Audio Shows
“I feel like with these tools, there’s some backdoor to access user data in almost all of them,” said an external auditor hired to help TikTok close off Chinese access to sensitive information, like…
Whistleblower Says Facebook Ignored Global Political Manipulation
A 6,600-word internal memo from a fired Facebook data scientist details how the social network knew about specific examples of global political manipulation — and failed to act.
Man Who Built The Retweet: “We Handed A Loaded Weapon To 4-Year-Olds”
The button that ruined the internet — and how to fix it.
Joel Kaplan’s Policy Team Sways Big Facebook Decisions Like Alex Jones Ban
Facebook’s rules to combat misinformation and hate speech are subject to the whims and political considerations of its CEO and his policy team leader.
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BuzzFeed News on Social Media
Facebook Employees Feel Betrayed By Company Leadership
As the US heads towards a crucial and contentious presidential election, the world's largest social network is facing an unprecedented cultural crisis.
We Spoke To The Guy Behind The Viral AI Image Of The Pope
“I just thought it was funny to see the Pope in a funny jacket,” he told BuzzFeed News.