Masters of the Universe

How to Protect Your Privacy on YouTube

While many users may be careful checking their privacy settings on social media sites, some forget to check the privacy settings of platforms such as YouTube — here are the important steps to protect your YouTube account privacy and make sure strangers aren’t keeping an eye on your video watching habits.

YouTube to block comments on most videos showing minors

Report: Measles Strikes Google Headquarters

One case of measles has struck Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, adding to the overall increase of measles outbreaks being reported since the beginning of 2019. So far, there have been more reports of measles in the first three months of 2019 than in all of 2018, despite the disease having been officially eradicated in the United States in 2000.

The Associated Press

Amazon Retreats from the China Market

E-commerce giant Amazon reportedly plans to close its domestic marketplace to Chinese consumers by mid-July due to Chinese companies dominating the market. Jeff Bezos’ company will continue to sell goods from other countries in China.

Bezos, world's richest man, shows won't be pushed around

Wired: Soros Echoes Breitbart News, Labels Facebook ‘Masters of the Universe’

Wired Magazine recently published a report detailing more a year of internal turmoil at Facebook, much of which started with condemnation by George Soros, who used Breitbart News’ term for Silicon Valley’s big tech giants, the “Masters of the Universe,” as he announced, “their days are numbered.”

Facebook aims to quell new storm over Russian efforts, lobbying

Report: Amazon ‘Losing the Battle’ with ‘Fake’ 5-Star Reviews

Many of the popular items sold on Amazon have been boosted by “fake” five-star ratings, according to researchers, who are conducting an investigation into the company’s customer review system. The researchers say they have discovered thousands of “inauthentic” positive reviews being posted, despite there being no evidence that the so-called customers have ever purchased or used the reviewed product.

Sex, plots and blackmail: the toxic politics behind Bezos claims

Apple Seeking $27 Billion from Qualcomm in Patent Lawsuit

A massive lawsuit between Apple and Qualcomm about illegal patent licensing is getting ready to begin in San Diego. Apple seeks $27 billion from Qualcomm, while that company’s counterclaims run to $15 billion, all centered on the relationship between the two companies about licensing patents key to Apple’s products.

The Associated Press

Women’s March Urges Twitter to Suspend Trump over Ilhan Omar Tweet

Members of the Women’s March and supporters of Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) have called on Twitter and Facebook to suspend President Donald Trump following his posting of a video featuring Omar’s comments about 9/11 intercut with videos of the terrorist attack.

Linda Sarsour speaks onstage during the Women's March on Washington on January 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. . (photo credit:THEO WARGO/GETTY IMAGES/AFP)

Massachusetts Campus Police Chief on Leave After Liking Tweets by NRA, Trump

The new joint campus police chief for Mount Holyoke College and Smith College in Massachusetts has been placed on leave after his personal Twitter account sparked outrage among students. The police chief had allegedly “liked” tweets from the National Rifle Association and President Donald Trump, which caused students to question whether their campus community is “safe.”

Protesters rally at Teachers College at Columbia University October 10, 2007, in New York City. Black professor Madonna Constantine discovered a hangman's noose on her office door at the prestigious college yesterday sparking anger at the campus. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

BuzzFeed: We Have ‘Absolutely No Control’ over Facebook Personal Data

A BuzzFeed journalist recently used a Facebook transparency tool to investigate the sort of companies utilizing her data for advertising, finding her personal data was “everywhere” with “no control.” BuzzFeed News reporter Katie Notopoulos recently investigated the sort of personal details that

Facebook aims to quell new storm over Russian efforts, lobbying

Uber Admits It May Never Be Profitable

Ride-sharing app Uber has finally admitted that the company may never be profitable, reminding many of the dot-com crash of the 2000’s.

Uber narrows losses, growth slows on the road to IPO

Wikipedia Editors Post Fake News on Summary of Mueller Probe

After learning Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election found neither collusion with the Trump campaign nor President Trump obstructing the investigation, anti-Trump editors on Wikipedia downplayed the investigation’s conclusions.

The Associated Press

‘Unplanned’ Director on Big Tech Companies: ‘Make the Algorithms Public’

Screenwriter and director Chuck Konzelman told Breitbart News that big tech companies should “make the algorithms public” in an effort to be more transparent about “what’s allowed and what’s not.” Konzelman is the co-writer and co-director of the recently released pro-life film, Unplanned, and offered his remarks in a Thursday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Amanda House.

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