Craig Newmark

Craig Alexander Newmark (born December 6, 1952) is an American Internet entrepreneur best known for being the founder of the San Francisco-based international website Craigslist.
Posts about Craig Newmark
  • Craigslist founder spends half a million to combat harassment, just not at craigslist

    … recently spent the half million to fight the trolling on the oft-vandlaized Wikipedia. Wikimedia says the money will be used to launch a program to help editors “more quickly identify potentially harassing behavior.” While Wikipedia is a highly resourceful and valuable website, it can’t possibly contain the amount of trolling, harassment and cyber…

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  • Trust in Social Media Security Is at an All-Time Low (Infographic)

    …. Declining trust in security is not a new trend. There seems to be a disconnect wherein companies aren’t providing clear security protocols and users aren’t taking advantage of the tools to protect themselves. Clearer communication of the benefits of security tools could go a long way to solving both problems. View the infographic below–from Craig Newmark, Rad Campaign and Lincoln Park Strategies–for more details. Image on homepage courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • Harassment Continues on Social Networks (Infographic)

    … Despite constant efforts by social networks to protect their users, a new survey by Craig Newmark found that harassment still runs rampant. Newmark—founder of craigslist, craigconnects, Rad Campaign and Lincoln Park Strategies—found that 22 percent of social network users were victims of bullying, harassment and threatening behavior in 2016…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 17 readers -
  • Off Topic Friday: Craig’s new modest $6M NYC digs

    … Off Topic Friday: Craig’s new modest $6M NYC digs Not an accurate depiction. Or is it? Craig Newmark, founder of the list that bears his name, likes to portray himself as a man of the people. Mr. Newmark likes to say that he’s not about the money. If you were to see craigslist’s home office you may think that was true. The building in San…

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