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Drake took a piece of lint out of Stephen Curry’s hair at the NBA Finals and posted it on eBay — and people bid thousands of dollars to ge...

Drake took a piece of lint from Stephen Curry's hair during the NBA Finals and posted it on eBay under the username "DraymondShouldntWear23."
The ASOS photo and Thea Lauryn Chippendale.

Asos had the best response after a man randomly insulted a woman wearing the company’s dress on Tinder

Asos used Thea Lauryn Chippendale's dating-app photo to advertise the dress she was wearing.
Tess Holliday tries to be compassionate towards her trolls.

Plus-sized model Tess Holliday says she wakes up every day to messages from people telling her she’s unhealthy

Tess Holliday wrote an essay in InStyle where she said she would rather come from a place of compassion when it comes to judgmental comments.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before a Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees joint hearing regarding the company’s use and protection of user data on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., on April 10, 2018.

An anti-Facebook right-wing ‘stunt’ has shed light on its tactics for tackling targeted harassment

Leaked documents provide a fascinating glimpse into Facebook, even if they don't mean what Project Veritas claims.
Branch is on the left, Guy Diamond is in the middle, and Poppy is on the right.

There’s now a troll that farts glitter at people visiting Universal Orlando theme park

The character, who appears in the animated film "Trolls," is named Guy Diamond. He's featured in the meet-and-greet alongside Poppy and Branch.

These 30 Facebook ads were shared by Russian trolls just days before the 2016 election. Some were so subtle, you probably didn’t realize they we...

This week, Congress released every ad created and shared by Russian trolls during the 2016 election. In the week leading up to the election, nearly 100 were created or run. Here's a look at some of them.

Nearly 1,000 Russian trolls were banned from Reddit — here’s what they were posting about

There was a lot of the politically-charged content you'd expect, and a ton of surprises.
Mark Zuckerberg.

Russia’s disinformation campaign on Facebook could have been more widespread than we knew

Facebook failed to act when notified years ago of what appeared to be a Russian disinformation campaign against Ukrainian activists.

This California city has a massive troll problem

A city in Southern California produces a massive amount of toxic comments online, for no apparent reason.

Twitter has a very strong case to delete Trump’s account

After Trump's latest string of aggressive tweets, Twitter has a strong case to delete or suspend the president's account, according to its own anti-abuse rules.