Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn

USA TODAY

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Jessica:

If you’ve been harassed online, you’re not alone. More than half of Americans say they’ve been subject to hate

More than half of Americans have experienced hateful speech or harassment and more than a third say they've been attacked online. → Read More

Amazon names first black exec Starbuck's Rosalind Brewer to all-white board in 'barrier-breaking' appointment

In 'barrier-breaking' appointment, Rosalind Brewer joins all-white board as first black director amid growing pressure on Amazon to increase diversity. → Read More

Good ol' boys network, meet black girl magic: Black women are changing Silicon Valley

For years, black women have been overlooked in tech. Now their companies are raising millions and forcing investors to pay attention. → Read More

'I don't miss it at all.' There's life after deleting Facebook, some former users say

SAN FRANCISCO – Abbey Fatica joined Facebook in 2004 after graduating from Ohio State, when the social network was for college students only. Soon it became an everyday – or even every hour – part of her life, constantly tugging at her attention, whether she was posting pictures of her four children, updates from her two businesses or catching up with friends and relatives. But over the past… → Read More

Live Google hearing: CEO tells Congress there are no current plans for China project

SAN FRANCISCO – Google's chief executive officer Sundar Pichai rejected claims of political bias against conservatives in his first-ever appearance before Congress while emphasizing the American roots of the internet company. Republican lawmakers hammered Pichai, at times asserting that Google manipulates search results to show conservatives in a negative light or to suppress the viewpoints of… → Read More

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people's data despite pledges not to

Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users' personal information. → Read More

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people's data despite pledges not to

Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users' personal information. → Read More

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people's data despite pledges not to

Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users' personal information. → Read More

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people's data despite pledges not to

Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users' personal information. → Read More

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people's data despite pledges not to

Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users' personal information. → Read More

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people's data despite pledges not to

Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users' personal information. → Read More

Facebook emails suggest company explored selling people's data despite pledges not to

Internal Facebook emails, some involving CEO Mark Zuckerberg, suggest it considered charging developers for access to users' personal information. → Read More

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg pledges to release update on civil rights audit

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg agreed in a meeting with Color of Change to release an update on a civil rights audit by year's end. → Read More

Facebook has a problem with black people, former employee charges

Former Facebook employee Mark Luckie says the company disenfranchises black people on the platform and inside the company. → Read More

'They are trying to make my brother responsible for his own murder': Facebook exec seeks answers in brother's death

His sister, Facebook exec Ebele Okobi, says video of the fatal encounter shows Chinedu Valentine Okobi struggling to survive, refutes police account. → Read More

Young people with 'so much life ahead' of them: These are the Thousand Oaks victims

A club worker who sang, a kid who stood up to bullies, a young woman out to line dance. These are the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting. → Read More

Young people with 'so much life ahead' of them: These are the Thousand Oaks victims

A club worker who sang, a kid who stood up to bullies, a young woman out to line dance. These are the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting. → Read More

Russia's Internet Research Agency may have been behind Facebook election meddling

A web site claiming to represent Russia's Internet Research Agency says it ran a network of fake Facebook and Instagram accounts that attempted to interfere in the midterm elections. → Read More

Russia's Internet Research Agency may have been behind Facebook election meddling

A web site claiming to represent Russia's Internet Research Agency says it ran a network of fake Facebook and Instagram accounts that attempted to interfere in the midterm elections. → Read More

Facebook, Twitter whack away at midterm misinformation on Election Day

As voters headed to the polls on Election Day, social media companies scoured their platforms for any content that would deter them. → Read More