A new study finds that Texas is the best U.S. state to start a business.
A new study finds that Texas is the best U.S. state to start a business.
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is calling on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify at the legislature of the 28-nation bloc about the widening data privacy scandal at his company.
Playboy has announced its departure from Facebook, removing its collection of pages, following user data mishandling allegations against the social network.
A California Assemblyman from the Bay Area is pushing a bill that would create the “first regulatory agency for Big Tech in the nation” to protect Californians’ personal data, including social security numbers, financial data, and medical information.
Christopher Wylie, the former Cambridge Analytica employee who exposed Facebook’s data practices this month, claimed President Trump’s election made him speak out.
Facebook’s Android app has been collecting data on its users’ phone calls and texts outside of the platform, prompting privacy concerns from consumers who didn’t know just how far Facebook’s data collection efforts really go.
Despite evidence suggesting that Facebook has been unable to properly look after user data, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has insisted that the company will investigate itself.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to speak publicly for the first time about the latest data scandal at his company within the next 24 hours, according to a report.
Sandy Parakilas, a former Facebook platform operations manager, claimed the company’s “horrifying” misuse of user data was routine, and that Facebook preferred to have “no idea” what third parties were doing with the freely available data.
Breitbart News Senior Technology Correspondent Allum Bokhari joined Breitbart News Deputy Political Editor Amanda House on SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily, Tuesday, to discuss the Cambridge Analytica controversy.
The Russian presidential race is heating up about as much as it’s going to, given the almost inevitable victory of incumbent President Vladimir Putin, but the country’s top independent pollster announced on Tuesday that it will no longer publish surveys about the contest due to fears it will be attacked by officials for “meddling.”
As information privacy becomes increasingly scarce in the world of social media, even car companies have begun collecting massive amounts of data on their drivers.
A new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas revealed that the Texas manufacturing industry experienced large gains in December, ending the year by reaching its highest point in more than 11 years.
China has long censored information its own citizens can access and distribute internally and is now trying to use its economic muscle to export that censorship outside the country, according to experts who appeared before the Congressional-Executive Commission on China on Wednesday.
A security vendor has discovered a massive searchable database of 1.4 billion stolen credentials on the dark web, according to a report.
Apple’s iPhone X shares face scan data with third-party app makers, prompting privacy concerns.
An alliance of news publishers have claimed that new changes to European Union privacy laws will “potentially kill” their businesses, and give too much power to Google, Apple, and Facebook.
What broke it? Both parties acquiesced in bank liberalization, in open-borders immigration, and in Wall Street bailouts. But the most acute challenge was Barack Obama’s direct attack on the constitutional framework itself. Obama sought to transform America, and believed that the ends would justify the means.
The latest fake news climate story has the winning headline: “Scientists are frantically copying US climate data fearing it might vanish under Trump.”
Donald Trump has an opportunity to be the “immigration president.” That may seem ironic, or unlikely, given his staunch opposition to illegal immigration, his proposals to restrict Muslim immigration, and his infamous wall on the Mexican border.
Following an Associated Press report suggesting presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is “critically behind” likely Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton “on cutting-edge voter data,” the Republican National Committee (RNC) is striking back, saying it’s the Democrats who “are playing catch up.”
The Vatican has released global statistics this week showing that the number of Catholics has grown faster in the last decade than the general population, though more slowly than Islam.
A recent court ruling from a federal judge offers the frightening prospect that 10 million California children’s addresses, Social Security numbers and personal records could be released–and stolen.
A poll published Friday by broadcaster ZDF found that 60 percent of Germans now say the country cannot handle the influx of refugees, which totaled 1.1 million in 2015.
The Chinese government has just passed a security law that reportedly could require technology companies to hand over encryption keys to private data. The law is so controversial that President Obama personally raised concerns about it to President Xi Jinping.
Pundits expected the terrorist attacks in Paris to shove the GOP’s primary race towards national-security debates and to boost the experienced pols, including Sen. Marco Rubio.
A Newspoll survey published November 22 shows that three in four Australians believe their gun-controlled country will face a large-scale terror attack.
A national survey by Pew Research Center reveals how distrustful the American public feels about the media; 65 percent say the national news media impacts the country negatively.
A recent publication states that a reported drop in the number of black males in medical school is due to “unequal” educational opportunities and other racial disparities.
The latest CNN/ORC International poll on the war against ISIS paints a glum portrait of a disillusioned public with no confidence in President Obama’s leadership and no sense that any progress is being made against the terror state.
Media supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement are praising Sen. Marco Rubio for comments he made seeming to express support for their anti-police organizing.
Two state polls from NBC/Marist, released Sunday, show Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is now ahead of Hillary by 11 points in New Hampshire, the first primary state. In Iowa, Hillary is still ahead of Sanders, but she only earns 38 percent of the vote among Hawkeye Democrats.
On August 1, The Economist claimed America averages one mass shooting a day, and they countered the impulse to use a gun to defend oneself from mass shooters by suggesting “the impulse to self-defense… is natural, but mistaken.”
(Ferenstein Wire) — White Americans are slowly dwindling into the minority, which poses big problems for Republicans. Democrats’ popularity with minorities has helped them snag the presidency in recent elections. By 2024, Republicans may need to blow past George Bush’s 2004 historic record with Latinos (44 percent) in order to ever have a shot again at another conservative president.
How can Twitter improve its sluggish growth? The company’s stock plummeted after interim chief executive Jack Dorsey said he was “not satisfied” with current user growth figures following the release of Twitter’s Q2 earnings report on Tuesday.