But as soon Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz shot to the top of the donor list, with $35 million given to Hillary Clinton and allies, party officials fear he might abandon the scene after November’s presidential election, according to a report in Politico.
Rumored to be a top pick for Treasury Secretary in a new Clinton administration, she is raising concerns among many lefties who see her as too corporate and not committed enough to progressive economic ideas.
After a Boulder, Colorado high school student took his own life, police found a neo-Nazi chat group that involved him and more than a dozen other students.
Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz is doing his part to ensure Donald Trump never enters to Oval Office.
Dozens of anonymous Jewish parents are collaborating in a subversive act of citizen journalism that’s bringing a burst of transparency to the murky realm of day school tuition.
(JTA) — A British lawmaker who was suspended from the Labour party for anti-Semitic comments posted on social media is being investigated by police. Naz Shah, who was readmitted to the party in July, could be charged with inciting religious hatred, an offense punishable by up to seven years in prison, the Daily Mail reported…
A Facebook feature has eliminated the flag of Israel in a list of countries participating in the Olympic games in Rio.
Want to raise money for Jews for Jesus? A new Facebook tool can help. Want to raise money for an actual Jewish charity? Better dust off that old tzedakah box.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter and Pinterest accounts have been resecured, a spokesman from the social media platform said on Monday, responding to questions about weekend media reports that the founder’s sites had been hacked.
Jewish groups welcomed a pledge by four Internet giants to crack down on online hate speech, though some questioned the firms’ commitment to act.