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Sephora Doesn’t Trust Its Asian Customers? Allegedly Deactivated Accounts According To Race

Sephora Doesn’t Trust Its Asian Customers? Allegedly Deactivated Accounts According To Race

By Toni Matthews-El November 8, 2014

As beauty supply giant Sephora could be about to learn the hard way, what seems like a simple and logical solution is actually grounds for a MAJOR lawsuit. Trouble began brewing Friday morning when Sephora made the following announcement on …

Senator Wants FTC To Look At Facebook Senator Wants FTC To Look At Facebook

Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) has written a letter to the Federal Trade Commission regarding Facebook’s controversial emotion experiment, seeking to have the commission examine the ordeal. “I come from the technology world, and I understand that social media companies are …

Facebook Policy Head Defends Experiment Facebook Policy Head Defends Experiment

Another Facebooker has spoken publicly about the controversial emotion experiment the company conducted without user consent in 2012. The company’s global policy management head, Monkia Bickert, spoke at the Aspen Ideas Festival, and had this to say when asked about …

Regulators Probe Facebook's Emotion Experiment Regulators Probe Facebook's Emotion Experiment

An experiment Facebook conducted with some of its users two years ago has been getting a lot of negative attention in recent days after a paper about it was published. The company basically took about 700,000 users, and tested the …

Facebook Changed Terms After Experiment Facebook Changed Terms After Experiment

The plot thickens. As you may know, it has come to light that Facebook ran an experiment with nearly 700,000 users in 2012, showing how it could manipulate emotions by showing users more positive or negative content in their News …

Did Facebook Cross The Line This Time? Did Facebook Cross The Line This Time?

Facebook went and freaked a bunch of people out again. They were about due, weren’t they? This time, the freak-out comes from an academic study of all things, looking at how Facebook can manipulate users’ emotions based on the posts …

Uber Would Like to Give You an On-Demand Wedding Uber Would Like to Give You an On-Demand Wedding

On-demand car company, ride-sharing purveyors, or disruptors of the taxi game – whatever you want to call them, Uber is known for creative marketing stunts. Last year, the company offered to deliver kittens for people to play with. Then, during …

Google, Once Again, Offends with D-Day Doodle Google, Once Again, Offends with D-Day Doodle

In another one for the Google hates America, freedom, and our veterans files, the search engine is once again on the defensive after pissing off some people on D-Day with a Google Doodle. For a brief period this morning, on …

Bride Drags Baby Down Aisle As Part Of Train

According to tradition, a blushing bride needs “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.” One bride took “new” to a rather controversial extreme. Shona Carter-Brooks was ecstatic to be marrying the love of her life, Johnathon Brooks. The …

North Korea's State Owned News Makes Racist Remarks

Propaganda is usually more eloquent, combined with images of gallantry and false promises through meaningless slogans; a rhetoric that allows for no free thought or discussion – ‘you’re either with us or against us.’ North Korea spares no elegance when …

Seth Rogen: “Justin Bieber is a piece of sh*t”

Adding one more to the large army of “haters”, Justin Bieber is fitting a narrative that has exponentially lead to a permanent label to his character: douchebag. Yesterday on the Howard Stern Show, Seth Rogen expressed his sentiment of dislike for …

Beyonce Instagram Controversy: Pretty Hurts?

The beauty standards are always shifting to be impossible to meet. Anything to get desperate and insecure women to shell out the cash to fail to meet them. If it isn’t boobs too small or thighs too big, it’s some …

LinkedIn Angers Businesses With Feature Removal LinkedIn Angers Businesses With Feature Removal

As recently reported, LinkedIn is killing the Products & Services tab on Company pages. It turns out that some businesses aren’t a fan of this move. Do you use the Products & Services tab? Do you find it to be …

Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich Steps Down Amid Controversy Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich Steps Down Amid Controversy

Brendan Eich has stepped down as Mozilla’s CEO following controversy about his support of California anti-gay marriage law Proposition 8 in 2008, which recently came to light. Executive Chairwoman Mitchell Baker announced the news on the Mozilla blog after a …

Cancel Colbert Is Your Daily Dose of Twitter Outrage Cancel Colbert Is Your Daily Dose of Twitter Outrage

In people clearly not understanding the basic idea of satire nor differentiating between network and personal Twitter accounts news, Twitter’s all fired up over a joke made by Comedy Central’s Colbert Report Twitter account. And by “joke,” we mean a …

Allah Symbol Removed from Katy Perry's New Video

Earlier this week, we told you that the new Katy Perry video had really infuriated some in the Muslim community. So much so, that an online petition on change.org to force YouTube to remove the video garnered over 60,000 signatures. …

Rick Ross Controversial Trayvon Martin Lyrics

Rappers rarely go through their entire careers without creating some controversy with their lyrics. Some do it more than others. Last year, Florida born rapper Rick Ross collaborated with rapper Rocko on a song called “U.O.E.N.O.” The lyrics on the …