According to a report from Sri Lanka-based think tank LinreAsia, approximately 70 percent of Pakistani people do not know what the Internet is.
Google was reportedly offered the former East German Stasi secret police headquarters in Lichtenberg, Berlin, for its new Berlin campus, according to German media sources.
Many have been critical of Google’s plan to launch a censored search engine in China, now a former Facebook executive has called out Google’s CEO for lying about the company’s motives.
An article recently published by the Wall Street Journal analyzes why Facebook chose to fire Trump-supporting executive Palmer Luckey. It reveals that Mark Zuckerberg pressured Luckey about publicly supporting Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.
Washington State University Professor Richard King condemns Native American team mascots in a new book, including McGill University’s team name, the “Redmen,” despite the fact that it is most likely tied to the university’s heavy use of the color red, considered a central part of the university’s identity.
The American Cable Association (ACA) sent a letter to the Department of Justice (DOJ), urging the agency to open an antitrust investigation into Comcast’s dominant position in the cable and television market and citing “substantial competitive harm” it already provided to consumers.
The recipient of a racist note at Kansas State admitted this week that he wrote the note himself, according to local news reports.
In an interview with Quillette, renowned scholar Camille Paglia argued that “social justice” has become a “pseudo-religion.”
While millions of Americans were spending their weekends honoring the sacrifices of military veterans, some Hollywood celebrities decided that the most important thing to was attack President Donald Trump.
Veteran actor James Woods is using his vast social media presence to help find missing people and animals displaced by the wildfires in Southern California this week. “I’m on the east coast and I’ve been at this for 36 hours.
Despite attempts by the social media Masters of the Universe to censor conservative viewpoints, the social media engagement experts at NewsWhip has listed Breitbart News as one of the top ten Facebook publishers for October 2018.
Tech giant Google has reformed its rules relating to sexual misconduct following worldwide company walkouts in protest of multiple allegations of sexual assault by Google executives.
A racial slur incident involving a Georgia high school marching band was actually a hoax, according to a local news report.
A new report from England’s Children’s Commissioner raises concerns surrounding the collection of children’s digital data.
Twitter co-founder and former CEO Evan Williams claimed the social network’s follower system was a bad idea at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, this week.
Xinhua, a news agency owned and controlled by the Chinese government, has revealed an artificial intelligence news anchor modeled on a real-life anchor at the agency.
Social media giant Facebook has claimed that it has improved its removal rates of content produced by ISIS, al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups from the platform.
Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy dismissed employee concerns over the company’s “Rekognition” facial recognition contracts with the U.S. government and law enforcement during a meeting.
University of California Berkeley student senator Isabella Chow is facing calls for her resignation after she expressed her Christian beliefs and abstained from voting unanimously with the rest of the senate in opposition to the Trump Administration’s proposed Title IX changes.
29-year-old Thousand Oaks bar shooter David Ian Long reportedly posted to Facebo0k’s Instagram social media network during the mass shooting which killed twelve on Wednesday.
A former Tesla employee has been charged by a federal grand jury for allegedly embezzling $9.3 million from the electric car manufacturer.
A leftist protester at American University was filmed screaming at a conservative who was hosting conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza on campus. D’Souza commented on the protester during his speech, saying, “And he goes, ‘You don’t know what it means to be a person of color.’ And I thought, well if there is one thing I do know, it’s that.”
A feature in the Washington Post takes a swipe at the embattled Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), one of the country’s most well-funded “anti-hate” organizations.
A student who got into a verbal altercation with a Baltimore high school teacher Wednesday allegedly punched the teacher in the face, according to a viral video posted on Facebook.
Actor Ron Perlman said Thursday that Senator Lindsey Graham wonders “how many d*cks” he has to suck to be named the next attorney general.
American college professors are having a hard time processing some of the results from Tuesday’s midterm elections.
Rapper Snoop Dogg on Wednesday shared several videos of himself smoking weed outside the White House while laying into President Donald Trump with obscene slurs.
Colorado State University has cautioned students against using the phrase “Long Time, No See” because it is racist against Asian students.
69-year-old Emile Ratelband wants to legally change his age to 49 so he can find a new job and meet more women on dating apps.
Facebook has delayed its requirement for political advertisement purchasers to prove their identity, after users managed to cheat the system — purchasing ads indicating they were “paid for by” Mike Pence, U.S. Senators, and even ISIS — according to a report.
81 percent of parents allow their children aged 11 and under to watch YouTube videos, while 34 percent claimed their children watch YouTube videos “regularly,” despite 61 percent of parents claiming to have encountered content “unsuitable for children” on the platform, according to a Pew Research survey.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai claimed in an interview with the New York Times, Thursday, that “Technology doesn’t solve humanity’s problems,” and defended Google’s cooperation with authoritarian governments.