A columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer compared the recent case of a high school wrestler having his dreadlocks cut before a match to the horrors of the Holocaust.
The Rev. Franklin Graham called Facebook’s decision to place a temporary ban on his account a “personal attack” on him in a Sunday interview with Fox News.
In a shocking turn of events, the Wilfrid Laurier professors who were forced to apologize for their treatment of teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd after she showed a Jordan Peterson debate clip in class are now suing Shepherd over the same incident.
The New York Police Department reportedly plans to use a drone, tethered to a building for safety reasons, to monitor Times Square on New Year’s Eve.
Masses of Tumblr users are continuing to leave the platform in protest over the social network’s ban of “adult content” this month, made in an effort to comply with Apple’s app store regulations.
Open Secrets’ listicle of 2018’s biggest lobbying stories makes no mention of technology companies’ spending on lobbying.
2018 saw its fair share of hoax crimes. Fortunately, for those who were targeted, the truth is likely to come out. Take a look at some of the wild claims in 2018 that were later discovered to be hoaxes.
Online scammers are reportedly using fake Netflix billing emails in an attempt to steal users’ personal and financial data.
Elon Musk has a history of well documented personal vendettas against many people and organizations. This does not bode well for the future of his companies, as demonstrated in a recent 60 Minutes interview.
A Louisiana police department issued a tongue-in-cheek warning to methamphetamine users on Saturday, offering to inspect their meth supply for traces of the Zika virus.
First Lady Melania Trump has said she is one of “the most bullied” people in the world and this year, left-wing Hollywood celebrities spared no time ruthlessly attacking her.
Facebook issued an apology for banning the Rev. Franklin Graham from posting on the social networking site for 24 hours and censoring one of his posts, a Facebook spokesperson announced Saturday.
A cyberattack at a Los Angeles newspaper printing plant halted the delivery of a number of popular newspapers, Saturday, including the Los Angeles Times, and west coast editions of the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.
Far-left Hollywood star Jim Carrey took his hate for President Donald Trump to a new level, asking if “the devil makes Donald swallow” in a grotesque painting of the president posted to social media.
Feminist Amy Siskind tried to get progressive radio show host David Pakman fired from his adjunct professorship at Boston College after he dared to disagree with her social justice politics on Twitter.
Google has rejected an application from conservative website The Gateway Pundit to appear in Google News search results.
A student at the University of Cincinnati is about to receive a $47,000 settlement as a result of the university’s failure to allow him to defend himself against sexual assault accusations.
A former vice chancellor at the University of Missouri argued in a deposition that it can be sexual harassment if a tall man asks a short woman out on a date.
Stephens College, a private all women’s college in Missouri, has announced that it will start accepting transgender students beginning in the fall semester of 2019.
Yet another trove of internal Facebook documents has been leaked, this time the New York Times gained access to 1,400 pages of Facebook’s guidelines for global political speech.x
Kurdish news agencies report on Friday that a map of greater Kurdistan – featuring territory belonging to Turkey, Iran, Iraq, and Syria – no longer appears on Google Earth, replaced by a message stating that the map violated “our Terms of Service and/or policies.”
Peter Schweizer said 2018 was a “watershed year” for revealing technology companies’ use of left-wing political censorship.
New York Magazine claimed this week that most Internet traffic is “fake.”
TechCrunch discovered apps available on Google Play which led to child porn groups on the Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp, all of which reportedly made money through Google and Facebook’s advertising networks.
Pop star Iggy Azalea begged her fans to have sympathy on her after she received criticism this week for continuing to perform after one of her backup dancers collapsed and seized during a performance. In the middle of a concert
Tesla has announced the appointment of Oracle founder Larry Ellison and Walgreens executive Kathleen Thompson-Wilson to its board of directors, in compliance with its SEC settlement. Neither has any manufacturing industry experience.
An unknown hacker or cyber espionage group penetrated the database of a resettlement agency for North Korean defectors and stole personal information for 997 of its clients, according to a statement from the South Korean Unification Ministry on Friday.