Facebook’s latest facial recognition announcement, which appeared on the site yesterday, coincides with a recent court ruling relating to the collection of biometric data.
Popular streaming device manufacturer Roku has refused to censor NRATV, following mob pressure and protests from Moms Demand Action.
Sexual predators are exploiting the popularity of ride-sharing services like Uber to find their victims, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.
A survey published last week at Michigan State University asked students to answer some unusual questions about their sexual history.
Google has received over 2.4 million requests from Europeans exercising their “right to be forgotten” from the Internet, according to a report.
According to a recently published survey, the majority of Americans are worried that the U.S. government won’t do enough to regulate big tech companies.
LittleThings, a 100-employee-strong company which posted “feel-good stories and videos” on Facebook, has shut down following Facebook’s pivot away from publisher content to user posts.
House Energy and Commerce Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR) argued at an Axios event on Wednesday that regulation will come for big tech companies if they are not responsible.
Former President Barack Obama has called for the regulation of tech companies and the altering of their algorithms to promote “common conversation” on social media platforms.
Under pressure from the mainstream media, YouTube is censoring conservative commentary on the Parkland shootings and aftermath.
A new national cryptocurrency launched by Nicolás Maduro’s socialist regime in Venezuela has failed to provide evidence of having raised any money at all.
Freedom of speech is tenuous at best in China, but censors are cracking down especially hard on criticism of President Xi Jinping’s consolidation of power, particularly his effort to remove term limits so he can rule indefinitely.
As the manager of Trump’s digital operations in 2016, Brad Parscale adopted a Facebook-first strategy that was widely credited as critical to the President’s victory.
During CPAC 2018, I had the opportunity to talk to Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo about the importance of the organization’s appearance at CPAC for its third year, the Second Amendment, and the threat of radical Islamic terror to the LGBT community.
A student at Middlebury College has been disciplined by the administration for her role in the publication of an evidence-free list of alleged sexual abusers on campus.
The News Media Alliance (NMA), which “represents over 2,000 newspapers in the U.S.”, has launched a political action committee in their effort to take on Google and Facebook.
Ex-Google employee Tim Chevalier says he is “not a pacifist” and supporters “punching [fascists] on camera.” He also thinks that all Trump supporters are fascists.
Rapper 50 Cent is correcting the record after a wave of January media reports that claimed that the artist held around $7 million worth of Bitcoin.
The UK’s left-wing Labour Party has hired transgender model Munroe Bergdorf, who was fired from L’Oreal following a racist rant against white people last year, as an adviser.
Google has removed search results for any product that contains the word “gun” in it, including water guns, toy guns, the band “Guns and Roses,” and even “burgundy” from its shopping section.
San Diego State University is offering a course this semester on the methods by which President Trump could be removed from office.
Dolce & Gabbana utilized drone technology to carry handbags down a runway instead of models at a recent fashion show in Milan, Italy.
Goldman Sachs-backed payments company Circle purchased cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex on Monday.
President Donald Trump has selected Brad Parscale as his campaign manager for 2020, according to an exclusive headline on the Drudge Report.
A naked man was arrested Sunday after taking his all-terrain vehicle (ATV) for a joyride in the wrong direction on the interstate, leading the police on a high-speed chase, authorities said.
The conservative activist grassroots group FreedomWorks engaged in nearly 300,000 online actions urging Republican senators to preserve Internet freedom during its “Digital Day of Action.”
A teacher at a South Jersey high school was suspended last week after he condemned the school’s lack of security in the wake of recent school shootings.