The ACLU came out against a new education department policy that bolsters due process rights for those accused of sexual assault on campus, a moved condemned by the Atlantic.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has come under fire for holding a sign stating “smash Brahminical patriarchy,” referring to the members of India’s highest Hindu caste.
Film director Rob Reiner used his Twitter account to unload on President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning, insulting him with nearly every derogatory term used in modern politics.
Facebook allowed a child bride to be sold to the highest bidder before the social network finally decided to take action against the post over two weeks later, according to charity organization Plan International, which called the Facebook auction “beyond belief.”
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar has ignited controversy after posting old photos of herself on Instagram Monday, captioning the photos by saying that they are a reminder “not to overeat” on Thanksgiving.
In a recent article, Bloomberg questions whether Tesla CEO Elon Musk has forgotten about the company’s “Gigafactory 2” based in Buffalo, New York. After describing the factory as looking like an “empty Walmart Supercenter,” the report reveals that Tesla walled off areas of the plant to hide the full extent of its idled production lines.
Popular microblogging platform Tumblr, popular with teenagers and college-aged youth, has been kicked off of the Apple App Store, allegedly over issues with “child sexual exploitation” being posted on the social network.
The Proud Boys, a right-wing fraternal organization founded by conservative commentator and Vice Media co-founder Gavin McInnes, has been classified as an “extremist group” by the FBI, according to a report.
Leeds Trinity University in the United Kingdom has told its lecturers to avoid using capital letters in their classroom handouts because they upset students, and can “scare students into failure.”
Two professors are arguing that “calls for civility” are unfair, because they are really just ploys to “silence” and stop professors from “interrogating oppression.”
A column in USA Today this week argues that President Trump should break up Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Netflix in the same vein as President Teddy Roosevelt.
Comedian Michelle Wolf blasted the White House Correspondents’ Association as “cowards” Monday, following their decision to not invite a comedian to the next correspondents’ dinner.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo claimed in a statement that only “extreme conservatives” and “socialists” oppose New York’s controversial tax deal with Amazon in exchange for the company’s new headquarters, which was won over after New York offered Amazon billions in financial incentives.
Facebook has submitted a patent for a system which would allow the social media giant to find out information about households based on family pictures, according to a report.
A recent poll by SurveyMonkey appears to show that public opinion on social media firms has become quite negative amongst the majority of people questioned. 57 Percent of Americans surveyed believe that social media hurts democracy and free speech.
The Wall Street Journal published an article recently which alleges that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s newly adopted aggressive management style is causing inner turmoil at the company as he tells his staff that the company is at “war.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently defended his company’s decision to sign a multibillion-dollar deal with Google despite his consistent criticism of the company’s privacy policies.
Former Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos wrote an article for the Washington Post, Saturday, titled “Yes, Facebook made mistakes in 2016. But we weren’t the only ones.”
Can western liberal democracies have dissidents? Increasingly, it seems to be the case.
In a lengthy post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed common concerns and detailed his plans for Facebook in the near future, which included penalizing “borderline” provocative content and stopping users from engaging with it.
Facebook has announced the formation of an independent body designed to review and make decisions on content which could affect Facebook’s policies in the future.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake is blaming “toxic masculinity” for a variety of social issues.
Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson argued the deals reached by Amazon to locate in New York City and Northern Virginia, two Democratic Party-controlled regions of the country, was indicative of Democrats and ties to
Greenwald reminds readers that even Obama’s justice department was hesitant to prosecute Assange.
Assange made an emergency call to Clinton in 2011, when third parties gained access to a leaked cache of State Department cables.
The Department of Justice recently revealed that it is charging WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange for the dump of classified U.S. documents in 2010 — in stark contrast with the agency’s selective enforcement against Hillary Clinton, who had classified information on her personal email server left open to the world’s hackers.
In a lengthy post, Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed the problems with “algorithmic bias” and how to create a better appeals process.
In a recorded company meeting, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos declared, “One day Amazon will fail. Amazon will go bankrupt.”
Horror novelist and prolific Hollywood writer-producer Stephen King claimed Thursday that President Donald Trump’s recent Twitter activity offers a “window into an increasingly disordered mind.”
Amazon was offered a variety of incentives besides billions of dollars in subsidies and tax breaks from cities aroud the country in return for the company’s newest headquarters location.
Law professor Adam Candeub disagreed with an FTC commissioner who argued social media platforms shouldn’t be subject to regulation.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg called a recent report from the New York Times which made a number of shocking claims about the company “simply untrue.”