North Carolina State University announced this week that it will be adding a Ph.D. program specializing in Social Justice Education.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg denied having anything to do with his company’s alleged commissioning of an opposition research company to discredit anti-Facebook activists by linking them to socialist billionaire George Soros.
Eastern Michigan U Cancels ‘Vagina Monologues’ Because It Isn’t Inclusive
Comedian David Deeble says that progressive politics is replacing comedy on college campuses.
Elon Musk’s former business partner at PayPal, Peter Thiel, discussed the Tesla CEO’s time at the payment processor at a recent conference. He specifically discussing Musk’s plan to give all PayPal customers credit cards and how the plan backfired.
According to a report from the New York Times, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was so “appalled” by President Trump’s comments on immigration, he quizzed executives to determine if the President broke Facebook’s rules.
According to a report from the New York Times, Facebook backed a bill that would make Internet giants responsible for sex trafficking occurring on their platforms simply to make Google look bad.
The New York Times published an article Wednesday which alleges that Facebook engaged in a number of practices designed to hurt competitors and direct media and government attention anywhere else they could — including George Soros.
Hasbro, the toy and game company, recently launched a new edition of board game Monopoly which is targeted at millennials. The company’s target audience of young people does not seem to be reacting to Monopoly for Millennials as intended.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) reportedly lobbied senators on behalf of Facebook, which employs his daughter, convincing senators to stop criticizing the social network.
Leftist students at the University of Texas at Austin attempted to shut down a conservative student group’s event on Tuesday, labeling their conservative classmates “enemies.”
According to a Wednesday report from the New York Times, Facebook hired an opposition research company led by Romney 2012 and Jeb Bush alumni to link activists opposing the Silicon Valley giant to socialist billionaire George Soros.
President Donald Trump accused Democrats on Thursday for colluding with tech giants during United States elections.
Actor Jim Carrey shredded Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in a social media post on Wednesday, sending him a “f*ck you” message written in binary code over a report detailing how the tech giant hired lobbyists to attack its critics.
Actress-activist Alyssa Milano disavowed leftist lawyer and 2020 presidential hopeful Michael Avenatti after his arrest over allegations of domestic violence.
Actress Bette Midler smeared Melania Trump Wednesday, posting an old modeling photo of the First Lady and labeling her “FLOTITS.”
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff claimed Facebook is the “new cigarettes” and should be regulated as such in an interview on Wednesday, doubling down on similar comments he made earlier this year.
Students at George Washington University are arguing that it is a “microinvalidation” to criticize the school’s campus ride service.
Republican Federal Trade Commissioner (FTC) Noah Phillips dismissed the idea of using the agency’s antitrust authority to address social media giants’ censorship practices.
Payment processing service PayPal has blacklisted free speech YouTube alternative “BitChute,” stopping the platform from receiving or sending any money through its service, which BitChute used as its main payment processor. BitChute blames the action on its “stand against the current trend in censorship.”
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo downplayed the $1.5 billion in tax credits and $1.2 billion in tax breaks given to Amazon in return for the company basing its new headquarters in New York City, claiming it, “Cost us nothing.”
Cities went to embarassing lengths to court Amazon, the same company destroying their high streets.
Harvard University is spending approximately $120,000 per year on a fine dining program for faculty and students. The program has reportedly spent $300,000 already at restaurants near the campus.
As part of its deal with Amazon, which has based one of its new headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, the state will give Amazon two days notice of any Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests filed against it “to allow the Company to seek a protective order or other appropriate remedy.”
Public school students in Washington D.C. are now allowed to identify as “non-binary” instead of male or female, according to a report.
Wednesday, Democrat New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio discussed on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Amazon’s decision to build a headquarters in New York’s Long Island City. De Blasio said the city made it clear beforehand that the retail giant would
Tesla’s latest Elon Musk vanity project, an alcoholic beverage called “Teslaquila,” is now facing issues with Mexico’s Tequila Regulatory Council.
Steve Wozniak, the brilliant co-founder of Apple Inc., stated in a recent interview that Elon Musk’s Tesla “makes so many mistakes.” He added that he believes in a future of self-driving cars, but stated “I don’t really believe it’s quite possible yet.”
The Student Body Vice President at Emporia State University is being threatened with impeachment after refusing to resign for posting the words “illegal aliens” on Facebook.
The former President of Facebook, Sean Parker, stated in a recent interview that the social media giant is “going through an internal existential crisis.” Parker observed, “you shouldn’t try to design your product to be used less because that’s a weird thing for a company to do.”
Star Wars actor Mark Hamill says that it is time for women to “take charge completely” of politics because centuries of male-dominated rule government has led to “poor results.”
Amazon has fixed its A.I. assistant Alexa after devices were describing CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta as a “fake journalist.”