Dr. Robert Epstein, the senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, joined Breitbart News’ Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Breitbart News Daily to discuss how Google hopes to shift 10 percent of the voting public away from Trump to fulfill a company executive’s stated goal of making populism nothing more than a “blip in history.”
Michigan State professor Joseph Cesario and University of Maryland professor David Johnson retracted their own research into racial disparities in fatal police shootings after conservative scholar Heather Mac Donald cited their research in her writing.
Jeff Bezos’ e-commerce giant Amazon has reportedly instructed all employees to delete the Chinese-owned video app TikTok from their cellphones over “security risks,” according to a company email. Employees that do not remove TikTok will lose the ability to access their Amazon email via their smartphone.
A number of popular iPhone apps such as Spotify, Pinterest, Waze and Tinder all crashed today with analysis appearing to show that Facebook is to blame.
Conservative black activist Candace Owens has been subject to a prolonged smear campaign on Wikipedia since expressing her support for President Donald Trump. Many of the edits made to her page have selectively quoted or misrepresented Owens to portray her negatively. This included recent comments she made criticizing attempts to minimize the criminal past of George Floyd in the wake of his death in police custody.
Quibi, the highly touted short-form streaming service founded by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, has failed to generate much excitement among consumers or industry experts since launching in April. Now the extent of the market’s indifference is becoming clearer.
Google has reportedly abandoned plans to offer a major new cloud service in China and other politically sensitive countries due to growing geopolitical tensions and the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.
Students and faculty at both UC Berkeley and Johns Hopkins University are working on plans that will counter recently published ICE guidelines that require foreign students to return to their home country if they are enrolled in online courses this fall.
The famous comic strip The Far Side written and drawn by Gary Larson has returned in a series of new digital comic strips, the first new comics released since January 1995.
Emory & Henry College in Emory, Virginia, announced this week that it is reevaluating its “wasp” mascot over concerns that it does not support the university’s promotion of “diversity and inclusion.” The mascot was allegedly deemed offensive by some over its loose relationship with the term “WASP,” or white anglo-saxon protestant.
Newly released records appear to show that many Silicon Valley companies including Google, Microsoft, and Amazon have thousands of previously-unreported contracts with the U.S. military and law enforcement, including ICE and the FBI.
BOSTON (AP) – At the behest of the U.S. government, German authorities have seized a computer server that hosted a huge cache of files from scores of U.S. federal, state and local law enforcement agencies obtained in a Houston data breach last month.
Major League Baseball’s social media accounts have gone woke, with dozens of Black Lives Matter posts from the league and players alike.
Marquette University reportedly threatened to rescind the admission of a student over TikTok videos that expressed support for President Donald Trump. After a period of uncertainty, Marquette ultimately told the student this week that they would not revoke her admission.
The publisher of a book about the harmful trend of young women embracing the transgender ideology has been blocked by Amazon from advertising the publication on its website.
The TikTok messaging platform has been frantically trying to convince the rest of the world – including boycott-minded Indians and possibly ban-minded American officials – that it’s not a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) company, but rather a fully private and independent company that just happens to be headquartered in Beijing until it can find somewhere else to live. The CCP did the company no favors on Wednesday by running a state media editorial brimming with nationalist pride for the popular “Chinese short-video sharing app.”
Amazon, the world’s leading online retailer, has announced that it is joining the cancel culture effort by pulling all Redskins merchandise from its website.
There is dissension in the ranks at Vox, the far-left opinion website, with co-founders Matthew Yglesias and Ezra Klein seemingly clashing over the former’s decision to sign the Harpers open letter against cancel culture.
House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan demanded Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey disclose documents and information relating to the social media giants’ censorship practices, the decision to fact-check President Donald Trump, and flagging the president’s tweets as abusive behavior, according to a document obtained by Breitbart News.
TikTok should be banned from the U.S. given its role in surveilling Americans, said Gordon Chang, Daily Beast columnist and author of The Great U.S.-China Tech War, offering his comments on the Wednesday edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.
A seventh eBay employee has been charged in an ongoing case alleging that the executives and employees of the company’s security division cyberstalked and terrorized a Massachusetts couple critical of the e-commerce giant in their online newsletter.
Professor Mike Adam of the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, will receive a $500,000 settlement in exchange for his retirement from the university just weeks after administrators faced pressure to fire Adams for a politically incorrect social media post. In May, celebrities called on the university to fire Adams over a tweet that he made about coronavirus lockdown policy.
“This is just a reach,” said model and fashion mogul Kylie Jenner in response to critics who accused her of “refusing” to support a black-owned business because she didn’t tag the designer of the dress she was wearing in a recent Instagram post.
When four Muslim suicide bombers blew themselves up during the infamous 7/7 atrocities of 2005, 52 people died and more than 700 were injured.
Harvard President Larry Bacow condemned the guidelines issued by ICE on Monday declaring that foreign students on visas enrolled in online courses at American universities will be asked to leave the country. All Harvard classes will be online in the upcoming academic year.
Leaders of the civil rights groups that recently launched an advertising boycott of Facebook reportedly stated that they were “disappointed” after a recent meeting with Facebook executives including CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Despite the advertising boycott, Facebook’s stock price hit a record high this week.
Students around the country are beginning to express concern that they will not receive the “true college experience” when classes resume this fall. Harvard University, for example, announced this week that all courses for the upcoming academic year will be offered online.