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The social media platform is known for its hate, racism and misinformation. So we wrote about it a lot.
The social media giant had a rough time 2018 and we couldn’t be happier
Today's show features music from Yashmall Allah, Vstylez, Roc Marciano & more.
Today's show features music from Bozack Morris & J-Scienide, Miladic, Roc Marciano & more.
Short answer: No. Shorter answer: a GIF of Danny DeVito shaking his head "no."
In Part 2, Aisling McCrea discusses social media and how idealistic representations of women have worsened with the shift to non-traditional media.
Aisling McCrea joins the show to discuss her recent piece for Current Affairs discussing self care and how its framed as an individual problem rather than taking societal pressures and stressors into context.
Today's show features music from K. Gaines, Lyric Jones, Wize Crack, DJ Jon Doe X ID4Windz and Shabaam Sahdeeq.
A Democratic win in Orange County, Facebook breaks ties with a conservative consulting group, and the ACLU reveals new elements of the torture program.
Frontline’s James Jacoby on The Facebook Dilemma, and Molly calls in to discuss the anti-Semitic terror attack in Pittsburgh.    
Blake Montgomery of BuzzFeed News joins the show to discuss the hoaxes and misinformation surrounding the pipe bombs sent to prominent liberals yesterday.
Google finally shuttered their little used social media site after a minor league data breach.
The London-born musician just released her debut album, which she describes as one big elaborate selfie.
Today's show features music from MeRCY, Josiah The Gift, Kev Brown, Tone Spliff and more.
The site wants to make you feel bad for declining to spend two seconds click-congratulating someone you barely know for something you don’t care about.
Our stories ranged from French cheese to mystery goo-filled photoshoots and a band with a cash-dispensing pseudonym.
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are almost certainly getting more out of you than you’re getting out of them.
John Knefel recaps how Facebook and the FBI have used concerns about Russian influence as a means to infiltrate and shut down legitimate left-wing organizations and how he believes people should take on these threats.
Paris Martineau joins the show to discuss the timeline of Alex Jones' bans from Facebook and YouTube, why tech companies didn't do it sooner, and the reasons why Jones was the perfect far right pariah.
Today's show features music from Ras Beats, Bishop Lamont, Kyah Baby & UFO Fev.
More millennials are running for office than ever. That's a lot of internet history for opposition researchers to cover.
Today's show features music from Ras Beats, Wize Crack, Dunbar 7 Freeway.
Today's show features music from Kyah Baby, Kool Taj The Gr8, Roc Marciano & more.
@RacismDog is woofing its way through the platform’s obvious and not-so-obvious racism.
Today's show features music from Blakface, Bumpy Knuckles, Trick Trick & more.
In Part II, the Racism Watch Dog owners discuss how they choose racists tweets to bark at, negative responses to the account, their favorite @RacismDog tweets, and more.
Monica Anderson joins the show to discuss Pew's recent survey of teenagers' technology and social media habits.
A coalition of consumer protection and left-wing groups are urging the Federal Trade Commission to break up Facebook.
The unoriginality problem posed by FuckJerry and social media content aggregators.
 In Part II, Maura Quint discusses joke theft and the problem with large content aggregating accounts like FuckJerry and The Fat Jew.
The YouTube star ending his daily videos is the best thing for him. Probably.
Eric Curtin (@dubstep4dads) joins the show to discuss FuckJerry's recent Shorty Awards win and the problems content stealing accounts pose to original content creators.
The movie subscription service’s rapid growth has left some customers in the dust—including me.
Today's show features music from Jamo Gang, UFO Fev & the Council.
Today's show features music from Lyric Jones, Shabaam Sahdeeq, White Owl and MeRCY.
Instead of trying to make people laugh, maybe Arie should try shutting up and going away.
After Facebook's data breaches were made public, I started deleting my social media history—but it wasn't easy.
Today's show features music from PRhyme, Bumpy Knuckles x Snoop Dogg, Conway & more
Twitter Moments w/ Matt Ruby. Jacqueline Soller on ‘Thoroughbreds’ and ‘A Wrinkle In Time.’ Molly Knefel on Betsy DeVos and “reform.” A preview of Sur Back’s BTR Live Studio session.
Today's show features recording artist Rock Mecca
Today's show features music from White Owl.
In the first half of this week's episode, we check in with Matt Linden of the 6-year old Minneapolis-based label, Forged Artifacts
Wayne Ski chops it up with Hip Hop recording artist Five Steez from Jamaica. Great conversation with Five Steez on the scene in Jamaica. Follow us @btrtoday and subscribe to the shows!
Today's show features music from A$AP Ferg, Bumpy Knuckles, Big Twins & much more.
Today's show features music from Shabaam Sahdeeq, PRhyme & Jamo Gang.
Today's show features music and a talk with K. Gaines.
Matt Ruby and Charles Gould on changes to Facebook. Jacqueline Soller on ‘Strong Island.’ Molly Knefel on how Oprah won’t save us in 2020. Sneak preview of The Royal They’s BTR Live Studio session.
Today's show features new music from Shabaam Sahdeeq, Juelz White & K. Gaines.
The other Paul finally spoke about his brother, but didn't say anything.
Today's show features interview and music from Bruse Wayne.
Twitter Moments with Matt Ruby. Jacqueline Soller on ‘The Post.’ John Knefel on Hawaii’s false alarm for apocalypse by push alert. Sneak preview of Benjamin Cartel’s BTR Live Studio session.
Today's show features new music from Jamo Gang, Bruse Wane, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Big Twins & DJ Skizz
Changes to Facebook shows the social media network doesn’t understand people
In this episode, Victoria shares her opinions about the way people interact today and how communication is affected by social media. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters Music featured in…
Today's show features new music from Shabaam Sahdeeq, Juelz White & K. Gaines.
Natalie Baxter is a New York-based artist whose sewn sculptures explore concepts of place identity, nostalgia, and gender stereotypes.
Today's show features music from J57, Dave Dar, Da Flyy Hooligan, Supawave Osbourne & J Scienide

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