Leaked documents reportedly show that Amazon employees are quitting at twice the rate of recent years due to low pay and increased competition. The documents show that “regretted” attrition, the loss of employees that Amazon wanted to keep, has reached more than 12 percent, or double the recent average.
The allegedly “privacy-focused” search engine DuckDuckGo may not be as private as it claims, according to a recent report. According to researchers and eventually the CEO’s own admission, the site doesn’t block trackers from Microsoft, who provides much of the site’s search content.
Social media giant Snapchat suffered a huge 43 percent drop in its stock price on Tuesday after the company’s CEO warned of a continually deteriorating online digital advertising environment.
Ma Huateng, the billionaire co-founder of the Chinese company Tencent Holdings Ltd, reportedly shared and endorsed an essay privately on a Chinese social media network condemning the Chinese Communist Party’s “Zero-Covid” policy this week.
The LGBTQ cancel mob has taken out its pitchforks for Ricky Gervais, condemning his latest Netflix comedy special as “dangerous” and the streamer’s “most transphobic show yet.”
CARACAS – New York prosecutors charged Venezuelan cardiologist Moisés Luis Zagala González this month with designing and licensing malware used by cybercriminal groups, including some with ties to the Islamist regime of Iran.
Pop star Halsey says her label will not release her new music unless she goes viral on the Chinese-owned app TikTok.
A prominent professor from Saint Leo University in Saint Leo, Florida, has been arrested on child pornography charges.
Lodging rental company Airbnb, which has been a stalwart supporter of Communist China and a sponsor of the Genocide Games, is reportedly set to close its business in China, according to multiple sources. The woke Silicon Valley giant was already facing fierce competition from local companies, and its business has reportedly become more difficult to run during the coronavirus pandemic.
A digital “mass surveillance” regime planned by the EU looks likely to be blocked by Germany over privacy concerns.
Elon Musk has defended himself from recent allegations of sexual harassment against a flight attendant, claiming that he does not have flight attendants on his private jet, where he stocks “only fruit & nuts.”
The Washington D.C. attorney general is suing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the social media giant’s misleading privacy policies and failure to protect user data.
Comedian Ricky Gervais took satirical aim at transgender authoritarianism in his new Netflix special SuperNature in which he mocks the woke left’s insistence that male-to-female transgenders who still have their penises be called women.
Tech giant Apple is looking to expand its manufacturing outside China, following longstanding criticism of Silicon Valley companies for their ties to the authoritarian communist regime.
The Washington Post was trolled on social media Tuesday for falsely claiming George Floyd was “shot and killed” by police.
Will Smith recently told David Letterman that he had a premonition of his downfall while tripping on a psychedelic herbal drink.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk suggested recently that his $44 billion Twitter buyout offer may be cut in proportion to the real number of bots on the platform. Musk continues to express doubt about the platform’s outlandish claims of bots making up only five percent of its userbase.
Research exclusively shared with Breitbart News identifies hundreds of millions of dollars flowing from Bill Gates’ foundation to ten of the 26 organizations that signed an open letter last month urging Twitter advertisers to boycott the company if Elon Musk follows through on his promise to restore free speech on the platform.
Firefighters in Vancouver, Canada, are investigating a car fire involving a Tesla after an electrical malfunction caused the vehicle doors to lock shut, trapping the driver inside as smoke began pouring in through vents. The driver kicked out a window to escape from Elon Musk’s electric vehicle.
In recent months, NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have become increasingly popular with many celebrities promoting their own NFTs. Now, many fans who invested in digital tokens promoted by their favorite stars are financially “crippled.” One investor believes that celebrities “took their payouts and moved on while everybody who scraped by to invest in their futures got robbed.”
The head of Europe’s ECB has claimed that crypto assets are “worth nothing”, but that a future centrally controlled digital Euro would be valuable.
Isaiah Lee, the man who was caught on camera charging comedian Dave Chappelle during a live performance at the Hollywood Bowl earlier this month, has now revealed a motive for his alleged attack: jokes.
Ireland’s leftist president has decried the purchasing of social media companies by billionaires as a “form of dictatorship” on a TV station owned by the Irish state.
A new report has revealed that iPhones are vulnerable to malware attacks even when they’re turned off.
Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber is demanding that a tenured professor be fired following woke student outrage after the professor opposed giving black colleagues more sabbatical time and higher salaries than white employees.
A Facebook executive reportedly told employees recently that they are prohibited from discussing abortion on Workplace, Facebook’s internal work chat platform.
Following Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s recent statement that he would begin voting Republican, former President Donald Trump took to Truth Social to give him both barrels. Trump posted to his platform that Musk’s change of heart is likely due to “all of his problems with a probably illegal purchase of a crummy phony account loaded company, Fake Twitter.”
Twitter recently announced a new policy to prevent alleged “misinformation,” stating that tweets containing what it considers false information during an active crisis will be hidden on the platform.
Canadian Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne on Friday announced a ban on 5G networking technology from Chinese telecom giants Huawei and ZTE on grounds that the hardware poses a threat to national security.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk was recently accused by a Business Insider report of exposing himself to a SpaceX flight attendant and propositioning her for sex in 2016. Musk has vigorously denied the allegations, which he calls “wild” and “utterly untrue,” and applied the mocking label of “Elongate” to the situation.
A SpaceX flight attended has accused founder Elon Musk of exposing himself and propositioning her for sex in 2018.
The Washington Post’s eulogy for Joe Biden’s fascist “Disinformation Governance Board” is itself an exercise in disinformation and self-debasement.
Facebook (now known as Meta) is reportedly pulling back on investments in a number of products and freezing hiring across a variety of divisions.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched a probe into yet another fatal car crash involving Tesla’s Autopilot “full self-driving” system. The latest Tesla crash under federal investigation resulted in three fatalities.
Former Congressman Devin Nunes, who now runs Donald Trump’s Truth Social platform, told SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow that not having “basic communications,” such as a digital public square, is a “recipe for disaster,” and fosters a “propaganda war,” such as the one happening online due to big tech censorship.
New York State has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Amazon accusing the e-commerce giant of discriminating against pregnant women and disabled workers.
Tech billionaire Elon Musk voiced his frustration with the Democrat Party’s ongoing flirtation with narrow-minded wokeness and vowed Wednesday to vote Republican.