Arizona State University is hosting a masturbation workshop in February that was originally set to be titled “Go Fuck Yourself.”
The British Journal of General Practice has urged the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) to display LGBT rainbow flags in waiting rooms.
Apple has admitted this week that the Department of Justice is investigating claims of planned obsolescence in older iPhones but stated that they would never”degrade the user experience to drive customer upgrades.”
An Indonesian bill proposing a ban on gay sex has received support from all ten political parties in the country.
A student contributor to the Crimson argued this week that Harvard University’s drag show is bigoted.
Indonesia’s Sharia police shaved several transgender women’s heads and “paraded them in front of the public” as part of a recent “community sickness operation.”
Tether, a controversial digital asset, may threaten the health of the entire cryptocurrency market. But what is it?
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled that fingerprint scanning locks commonly found on smartphones are not protected by the Fifth Amendment.
Several LGBT apps have been removed from the Google Play Store in Indonesia, the largest Muslim nation in the world, amid increased government persecution against LGBT people.
A California court has ruled that Tinder Plus’ higher price model for users over 30 is discriminatory, following a wave of complaints.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently spoke at an MSNBC town hall where their comments echoed much of the sentiment expressed in the viewpoint diversity memo published by fired Google engineer James Damore.
Verizon has dropped plans to sell phones made by Huawei, responding to U.S. government suspicions that the Chinese manufacturer’s phones could pose security threats, according to anonymous sources cited by Bloomberg.
The Trump administration has made a lot of headlines in recent months because of its stance toward telecommunications and technology companies.
A woman is crying foul after a United Airlines denied her request to bring her emotional support peacock aboard a flight leaving from Newark Liberty International Airport this week.
Women are more likely to find men attractive if they are sought after by other women, according to a study published Monday.
The Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are reportedly investigating Apple after the company admitted to slowing down older iPhone models.
Urs Hölzle, one of Google’s original ten employees, smeared whistleblowers as “harassers,” and promised to “identify” those responsible for “reprehensible conduct.”
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents plan to utilize license plate readers to find illegal immigrants. Police agencies throughout the U.S. use the systems to apprehend fugitives who have escaped justice, but open borders and amnesty activists are up in arms over the increased enforcement step.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently stated his distrust of Elon Musk and Tesla, while speaking at a recent business forum.
Artificial intelligence has discovered the language of the 600-year-old coded Voynich manuscript, a famously mysterious book which has yet to be deciphered since its discovery over a hundred years ago.
A New Jersey high school teacher allegedly offered to give students good grades if they sent him nude pictures of their genitalia.
A University of Michigan professor argued recently that the lack of women in textbooks has deterred women from the economics field.
Songwriters and publishers are set to receive increased royalties from Spotify, Apple Music, and other music streaming services, following a ruling.
Students at the University of Florida wore fake blood on their crotches this semester as a part of a protest effort to demand more tampons in campus bathrooms.
Facebook has announced that content from local publishers will be prioritized in users newsfeeds in an attempt to emphasize what they consider high-quality news, while also attempting to “build community.”
A Wall Street Journal op-ed published last week defends professor Jordan Peterson against a recent wave of criticisms and condemnations.
Texas banking regulators booted a so-called cryptocurrency “bank” from operating in the Lone Star State as such, saying the entity violated regulations and mislead people to believe it performed as a traditional financial institution.