Chinese tech firm ByteDance is reportedly considering a U.S. rebrand of its massively popular short-form video app TikTok in order to shed its Chinese roots.
A Tesla Supercharger located at a Wawa convenience store in Parsippany, New Jersey, burst into flames on Sunday.
Professor Richard Vatz of Towson University in Towson, Maryland, says that despite academic world priding itself on “supporting the marketplace of ideas and academic freedom,” there has been “an increasing and unremitting effort to eliminate conservatives” in areas of higher education. The professor added that when he brought up his concerns with the National Communication Association, “they couldn’t care less.”
A mob of leftist activists surrounded College Republicans and Turning Point USA members on Thursday at Binghamton University in New York. “You’re never gonna be able to do this again,” said one leftist to the conservative students, referring to promoting their groups on campus.
A major investigation by The Wall Street Journal has unearthed yet more material in a growing pile of evidence that shows Google manually intervenes in its search results, sometimes in a manner that favors the political left.
Uber in France has joined the British branch of the company in introducing a new anti-discrimination button on its popular ride-sharing app
YouTube series “Sex-Ed School” features a video in which a “trans” man explains to children the benefit of cross-sex hormones and mastectomy.
Online entrepreneurs are scalping free tickets to rapper Kanye West’s “Sunday Service” at Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church for hundreds of dollars as faithful and fans struggle to find a space in the sold-out 17,000-seat church.
A homeless woman who was living out of her vehicle with her two dogs has finally found a home thanks to two strangers who posted on a local social media site to find out more about her.
Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am suggested he was targeted by a “racist” flight attendant in an incident he detailed on Twitter on Friday.
A legal activist group that defends First Amendment rights has filed a lawsuit against the University of Illinois over its “bias response” reporting system which claims that the system forces students to “self-censor.”
Facebook could be seeing some internal unrest following the firm’s decision to sponsor an event featuring Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Amazon has challenged the awarding of a $10 billion cloud-computing deal to Microsoft by the Pentagon, claiming political bias affected the decision.
Netflix has announced on social media it will make edits to a documentary it aired on a Nazi death camp to correct inaccuracies.
Students at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte are calling for the removal of the campus security chief over his previous career as an army commander at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp.
In a recent article, Bloomberg discusses how Tesla’s 2016 purchase of SolarCity Corp. could be one of the biggest mistakes the company has ever made.
The multistate antitrust probe of Google will reportedly not just include the company’s advertising business but will expand into the firm’s search and Android mobile OS products.
Two Ivy League Universities announced recently that they are dropping the GRE requirement for graduate program applicants over concerns that the exam is “culturally biased.”
Uber has been ordered to pay close to $650 million in employment taxes in New Jersey after the state’s department of labor said the ride-sharing company misclassified its drivers as independent contractors, according to a Bloomberg report.
Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN), an increasingly prominent critic of big tech, has sent a letter to Mark Zuckerberg to explain his decision to ban the Epoch Times, a newspaper critical of the communist Chinese government, from advertising on Facebook.
Numerous high-profile pages on Wikidata, a data site affiliated with Wikipedia, contained long-standing defamatory vandalism according to criticism site Wikipediocracy. This included First Lady Melania Trump, who was labeled a “former sex worker and porn star” on Wikidata for more than a week. Many Wikipedia-affiliated sites use Wikidata’s information, so the description consequently appeared at her page on Simple Wikipedia, whose target audience expressly includes children, and remained for over a week.
An individual claiming to be the Google whistleblower who came forward about the tech giant’s secret access to millions of private health records is calling for full transparency, saying that patients must be given the opportunity to opt out of Google’s intrusive data collection efforts.
Facebook has said that its policy against naming the alleged “whistleblower” on the platform remains in effect, even though he has been publicly named by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Rep. Dan Bishop (R-NC).
Turning Point USA held an event at NC State on Wednesday featuring Lara Trump and TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk. Outside the event, the protesters chanted, “racists, go home,” while Kirk chastised white supremacy inside the venue.
Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) called out Twitter over its political censorship in questions to a company spokesman during a hearing of the House Veterans Affairs Committee yesterday.
Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) sent a letter to Google requesting answers on how it ensures Americans’ and Montanans’ private healthcare data.
Lawmakers including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) have demanded that Goldman Sachs reveal how its new Apple Card credit algorithm works following allegations of gender discrimination against women.