Taylor Lorenz, the former Daily Beast reporter who doxed Pamela Geller’s children, causing them to lose their jobs, is now complaining that venture capitalists want to “destroy her career” — because they criticized Lorenz on social media.
A pro-China lawmaker in Hong Kong suggested placing CCTV cameras inside schools on Friday to ensure teachers are not making subversive remarks in lessons.
“Harry Potter” fan sites are shunning Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling after she said only women can menstruate.
The leadership board of the national College Democrats organization resigned under pressure last week after one student claimed that he experienced discrimination during his tenure on the executive board. The accuser, the board’s only black member, will now take over as the organization’s interim president.
Elon Musk’s Tesla has surpassed Toyota to become the world’s most valuable car company, all without actually making a profit.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan pledged tighter government control over social media on Wednesday after insults were allegedly directed at his daughter and son-in-law when they announced the birth of their child on Twitter this week, Turkey’s Hürriyet Daily News reported.
A recent report from Fast Company describes how two black employees at social media platform Pinterest have gone public with stories of pay disparity and discrimination which they believe reveals a wider issue of “pay leveling” across Silicon Valley.
The Florida Board of Bar Examiners announced on Friday that it has replaced its scheduled July bar examination for recent law school graduates with an online examination that will take place in August. Other states, including Oregon, Utah, and Washington, have already canceled the bar exam entirely.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has given his clearest signal yet that he would reconsider allowing Huawei to help build the UK’s 5G network after China launched an audacious power grab on Hong Kong.
A 9/11 nonprofit organization welcomed a U.S. Army veteran and his family into their custom-built home Wednesday in Bozeman, Montana.
Contrary to China’s belligerent assertions that India is only shooting itself in the foot by boycotting Chinese products after a deadly border clash in the Himalayas last month, a Bloomberg News report on Tuesday argued that India’s ban of Tik Tok and 58 other major Chinese smartphone apps could be the beginning of the end for China’s rise as a global tech power.
Netflix is ordering a so-called queer-friendly animated children series DeadEndia, a horror-comedy series known for its tales of adolescence and inclusion of LGBTQ story lines.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi quit the Chinese social media site Weibo on Wednesday after his government took the decision to ban 59 Chinese apps on the grounds that they represented a threat to national security.
Social media giant Facebook had admitted to once again improperly sharing user data with third-party developers, after repeatedly promising users that it would not do so.
A Harvard University graduate was reportedly fired from her job recently because she threatened to stab anyone who told her “All Lives Matter” in a video she posted on the China-owned social media platform TikTok.
A new survey commissioned by the Young America’s Foundation called the Youth Patriotism Index revealed that American colleges and universities are contributing to making students less patriotic. According to the survey, high school students are much more likely than college students to be proud to live in the United States.
The CEOs of major tech giants including Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook have reportedly agreed to testify before the House Judiciary Committee as part of an investigation into anticompetitive conduct in the internet economy that will be scheduled in late July.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly has told employees not to worry, assuring them that advertisers that have boycotted the social media giant will return “soon enough.”
Even as it faces a boycott from major brands spurred on by far-left activists who allege that the platform isn’t censoring enough content, Facebook has rolled out another change to its News Feed algorithm that seems to benefit corporate publishers at the expense of conservatives.
University of Texas at Austin Constitutional Law Professor Richard Albert argued this week that the United States should revise the Constitution to remove “racist” and “gendered” language. In the op-ed published by The Hill, Albert claimed that the Constitution suggests that only men can be elected president of the United States.
Twitter censored President Donald Trump’s account yet again yesterday, taking down a meme posted by the president that featured a rallying cry to his supporters, after the New York Times, which reportedly owns the rights to the original image, filed a copyright complaint.
Recent Harvard University graduate Claira Janover is complaining of threats against her after she posted a video threatening anyone who told her “all lives matter.”
CNN is naming and shaming corporate brands that have yet to join the ad boycott against Facebook, spurred by an agitated political left that wants the platform to do more to crack down on constitutionally protected speech — especially that of President Donald Trump.
Students and staff at the Ohio State University will now be required to wear masks as well as sign a pledge regarding their involvement in stopping the further spread of the Chinese virus. Anyone who refuses to comply with the new guidelines will face “accountability measures,” according to the school.
The University of California, San Francisco has admitted that it paid $1.14 million to “ransomware” hackers to retrieve research that hackers had temporarily compromised. The hackers initially demanded a payment of $3 million to return the data that they had stolen from the university.
According to a recent report, Google’s sister company Verily Life Sciences has suspended employee spot bonuses for the remainder of 2020, redirecting money into diversity and inclusion programs much to the anger of many employees.
Students at Fresno State University have circulated a petition that calls for the removal of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi on campus. The students argued that the statue should be removed on the basis of Gandhi’s alleged prejudices against minority groups.