Tech’s Biggest Douchebag of 2017

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2017 has graced us with a plethora of unsavory individuals and businesses. In the span of 12 months, we’ve seen everything from misogyny to the US President’s Twitter handle being used to peddle goods. All said, our second annual ‘Biggest Tech Douchebag’ recipient was a bit tricky to pin down. Maybe it’s Facebook… After all, it didn’t take too long to go from “should the social media platform morally intervene” to “give us all your advertising money.” As recently as September, the social media giant acknowledged $150,000 worth of political ads were purchased by fake accounts linked to Russia, including 470 accounts… This story continues at The Next Web

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