Numerous Wikipedia users working for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) have been persistently adding references to the group in various articles. The scheme included attempting to mention ADL claims about antisemitism in the article about the reddit-driven stock market boom in video game retailer GameStop. The ADL editing campaign is another example of rampant efforts by paid editors and those with conflicts of interest to exploit the site’s open editing model.
Apple and Epic Games are currently engaged in an intense legal battle related to App Store fees and Apple’s ban on third-party payment processors. The arguments each company plan to present in court are becoming clearer as their showdown in court approaches.
Elon Musk’s brain-interface company Neuralink claims a newly released video shows a Macaque monkey playing the classic video game Pong using a brain-implant device.
The White House continues citing an old Gary Cohn interview out of context to suggest he is supporting Biden’s $2.5 trillion spending plan. President Donald Trump’s former economic advisor Gary Cohn has not endorsed President Biden’s plan.
In a joint statement, several Republican Senators blasted President Joe Biden’s defense budget, calling it “disappointing,” and saying, “talk is cheap, but defending our country is not.”
President Joe Biden’s first budget for border security would discard unspent funds for the border wall, and then spend extra money to legalize more migrants and launch more investigations of immigration enforcement officers.
More migrants are coming to the United States, and the solution is more U.S. foreign aid to Central America, says Mexico’s foreign minister, who is participating in slow-motion negotiations with the White House.
Members of the radical left have released a wish list of items they hope are incorporated in the next infrastructure bill, prioritizing climate change initiatives and mass amnesty.
President Joe Biden has revealed a $2.25 trillion dollar infrastructure proposal to build two million homes and apartments while big money funds are quickly scooping up nearly all available single-family homes.
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg told reporters at the White House on Friday afternoon that Americans were using the “wrong” forms of transportation — a problem he said President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan would fix.
Verizon is recalling 2.5 million hotspot devices after discovering that the battery in the devices can overheat, creating a fire hazard.
According to recently released legal documents, a senior Apple engineer compared the company’s App Store defenses against malicious actors to be like “bringing a plastic butter knight to a gunfight.” The senior employee also described the company’s review process for new apps as “more like the pretty lady who greets you… at the Hawaiian airport than the drug-sniffing dog.”
Early vote counts at the Amazon warehouse facilities in Bessemer, Alabama, show workers voting overwhelmingly against forming a union.
Black unemployment is up. Gasoline prices are up. Food prices are up.
Democrat Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) on Friday described Gov. Ron DeSantis’s (R) decision to take legal action against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and federal government — for leaving the cruise industry in a perpetual state of limbo — as a “craven political stunt.”
Nike announced on Thursday that it has settled its lawsuit against MSCHF, a company that made the “Satan Shoes” in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. The satanic sneakers are now being recalled. The settlement with MSCHF Product Studio Inc. resolves a trademark infringement lawsuit that Nike filed over the “Satan Shoes,” which involved modified Nike Air Max 97 sneakers, according to a Reuters report.
Prices rose much faster in March than economists had forecast.
Major League Baseball (MLB) Commissioner Robert Manfred was apparently worried about relocating the All-Star Game from Atlanta because it would balloon into a “political event.”
Amazon-owned video streaming platform Twitch has unveiled a new policy of penalizing users based on their conduct off-platform as well as on-platform, creating a virtue test for any user wishing to use the popular streaming service.
During a Thursday interview with Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) sounded off on President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan, which would come with raised corporate taxes.
Social media giant Twitter reportedly held talks in recent months to acquire the popular startup app Clubhouse for $4 billion, which is touted as an audio-based social media network and has received significant attention for its chat sessions featuring the leading lights of Silicon Valley.
Social media giant Facebook has not notified more than 530 million users whose personal details were leaked due to a poorly-coded feature on the platform and recently made public, and has no plans to do so according to a company spokesperson.
A study conducted by Rice University economists John W. Diamond and George R. Zodrow found raising taxes similar to President Joe Biden’s tax hike to 28 percent would kill American “economic activity” and one million jobs in the first two years.
Rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs is demanding woke corporations to step up and reinvest an “equitable percentage” into black communities, blasting Corporate America for manipulating the black community into “believing that incremental progress is acceptable action.”
Twitter will not allow an archive of former President Donald Trump’s account on its platform. The Masters of the Universe stated: “Given that we permanently suspended @realDonaldTrump, the content from the account will not appear on Twitter as it did previously or as archived administration accounts do currently.”
President Biden’s tax hike plan will cost the American economy one million lost jobs in the first two years, according to a study from the National Association of Manufacturers.
Jobless claims once again unexpectedly rose last week.