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Aimee Pearcy

Aimee is a contributing editor at Pando.

  1. A strange 'pig couch' scam keeps popping up on Craigslist

    A Craigslist post advertising a “unique pig couch” for $250 has been causing a frenzy on Twitter. But it looks like someone's telling porkies...

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    From the News desk

  2. Parler users are still trying to convince everyone they're leaving Twitter

    Since the U.S. election, Parler downloads have skyrocketed as millions of users have signed up to escape a perceived “anti-conservative” bias among mainstream social media platforms.

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    From the Twitter desk

  3. When it comes to social commerce, influencers and Twitch streamers are thriving

    Atarabyte is a Twitch streamer living in South Korea who is currently doing daily streams on Amazon Live. She started last year when the platform was just taking off, and she has come a long way since she first started streaming on Justin.TV ten years ago.

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    From the Ecommerce desk

  4. Exploding Topics co-founder Brian Dean explains how to spot a trend

    Brian is the founder of Backlinko, a newsletter that provides SEO training and link building strategies. He is the also co-founder of Exploding Topics, a newsletter designed to help users discover rapidly growing topics before they take off.

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    From the Interviews desk

  5. Twitter restricted the New York Post in the same way as BlueLeaks

    Today, the New York Post published an article that claimed to have obtained videos and emails from a laptop allegedly belonging to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden. The leaker is President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

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    From the News desk

  6. Facebook will halt political ads...after the polls close

    For the past few weeks, Facebook has been seriously struggling to get the balance right between raking in advertising dollars, and not warping the outcome of the entire 2020 U.S. election.

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    From the News desk

  7. Big Tech responds to “oil barons and railroad tycoons” comparisons by House Democrats

    Last night, House Democrats dropped a juicy 449-page document. The long-awaited report, which compared Big Tech to “oil barons and railroad tycoons,” was packed with evidence collected over the past 16 months that was designed to prove the companies held "monopoly power".

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    From the News desk

  8. Facebook just said it will ban QAnon

    Facebook has gained a reputation for drastically failing to crack down on the spread of fake news, and has been receiving a mounting number of pleas from exhausted users to do something about it.

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    From the News desk

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