According to the Washington Post, Facebook is in the process of negotiating with the FTC over a multi-billion dollar fine that would settle the agency’s investigation into Facebook’s privacy breaches.
Amazon officials reportedly defended the company’s facial recognition programs during a meeting with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Thursday, just hours before Amazon reversed its controversial deal to base its new “HQ2” headquarters in New York City.
A new study by Consumer Reports reveals that the driving range of electric vehicles including Teslas can be cut in half during winter months in cold climates.
Insider analysts now believe that a foreign government was behind the Equifax data hack that impacted 143 million people, to identify and recruit spies.
Students at the State University of New York at Oswego received death threats after running a “Build the Wall” display on campus.
Students and faculty at Arizona State University are afraid of a poster that has been plastered around campus featuring Covington High School student and hate hoax target Nick Sandmann. A spokesman for the school claims the poster is “hateful rhetoric.”
The Czech Republic’s National Office for Cybernetics and Information Security (NÚKIB) has upheld a decision in which it labelled tech giant Huawei and ZTE a security risk in relation to both their hardware and software.
A Canadian “Instagram influencer” is facing criminal charges after a video showed her allegedly tossing a chair off of an apartment’s balcony 45 stories up from a busy street in downtown Toronto.
SellMyLivestock.com has just launched the first bovine dating (mating?) app for lonesome English cattle.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) lauded Amazon’s decision to cancel the construction of its planned second headquarters in New York City, saying residents “defeated” the “corporate greed” of the e-commerce giant and its billionaire founder and CEO Jeff Bezos.
Students at George Washington University are demanding the school change its mascot, the “Colonial,” arguing the nickname may “discourage” students, due to not being “inclusive.” Students suggest changing the mascot to a “hippo” or “riverhorse” instead.
Ohio State University is hosting “Sex Week” during the week of Valentine’s Day, which even includes an event on how to use sex toys, as well as a Planned Parenthood-sponsored talk on abortion.
Silicon Valley giant Google reportedly plans to spend $13 billion on real estate in 2019 as part of the company’s rapid expansion.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai announced this week that the agency would “consider regulatory intervention” unless phone companies “implement strong caller ID authentication” to battle robocalls.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was criticized this week after he boasted about Twitter’s “misgendering” ban while simultaneously claiming that users are not suspended for their political views.
Dhillon: NewsGuard reflects the “commonplace belief among these paternalistic elites that the common man needs to be protected from raw, ‘unfiltered’ news and opinion.”
Alex Hawkins, the vice president of pornography website xHamster, claimed his site is seeing a decline in interest for “more aggressive sex acts” in videos.
Internal policies at Alabama A&M University state that insulting remarks or any “verbal comment” about a person’s age could constitute harassment.
100 percent of faculty and staff political donations at Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) alma mater, North Dakota State University, went to Democrats between 2017 and 2018.
Amazon announced Thursday it will not build its headquarters in New York City amid growing opposition to the project.
Comedian Terrence K. Williams appeared on Breitbart News Daily Thursday to discuss the effect of modern politics on the world of comedy, pointing out that mainstream leftist comedy like Saturday Night Live has become so hate-filled that he believes that America should
The University of Iowa has canceled a scheduled “whiteness” workshop after it received criticism and scrutiny from the community.
Cornell University is planning to host a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood in celebration of Valentine’s Day, complete with singing and dancing performances by the school’s a-cappella and dance groups.
A new poll reveals that 53% of California residents are considering leaving the Golden State because of the high cost of living.
U.S President Donald Trump’s executive order instructing the American government this week to prioritize the development of artificial intelligence (AI) could trigger a “new high-technology Cold War” between the United States and China, the Beijing-run Global Times cautioned on Tuesday.
Instagram deleted an account on Wednesday publishing comic strips about the struggles of a gay Muslim boy in Indonesia after it sparked outrage among the country’s Islamic population.
A woman filed a lawsuit Monday against an Atlanta nightclub, claiming it was negligent and failed to provide proper security the night she was allegedly sexually assaulted on the dance floor.