French regulators have reportedly fined Google nearly $57 million for violating GDPR rules on data privacy.
Elon Musk’s Tesla has drastically increased the price of their Supercharger stations worldwide shortly after the company announced mass layoffs and the shutdown of their referral program.
A Florida man allegedly used popular video game Fortnite to lure at least 20 teenagers to his house for “sexual activities.”
Gillette’s recent commercial against “toxic masculinity” has become the 28th most disliked YouTube video of all time, or the 12th most disliked video if you exclude music videos.
Yale University announced last week that it has changed the “University Student Information System” so that students now have the option to register their gender as “non-binary.”
The left has been working itself up into paroxysms of self-righteousness over the story about a bunch of Catholic kids in MAGA hats allegedly mocking a Native American at a rally in Washington, DC.
Facebook executive Andrew Bosworth claimed he would ask employees to take down 5-star Amazon reviews they had left for the company’s own smart camera product, Portal.
Activist Kursat Christoff Pekgoz has filed a Title IX complaint against Harvard University for its recent attacks on “traditional masculinity.”
Facebook is reportedly developing a hub of memes and funny videos for young users, titled “LOL,” in an effort to engage the youth who have fled the social network for rival platforms.
A professor at the University of Notre Dame is argued that higher education is drowning in “bullshit” in a recent column for the Chronicle.
Representative Virginia Foxx (R-TN) published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal arguing that trade school is just as valuable as higher education.
Peter Boghossian, a professor of philosophy at Portland State University, may potentially face sanctions from his university for his work on a series of hoax research papers designed to show the flaws in the academic journal industry.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey granted an interview to HuffPost, Thursday, where he discussed collaborating with other Big Tech companies on censorship “methods,” expressed respect for conservative activist Laura Loomer’s fight against his own company, and denied sending his beard hair to rapper Azealia Banks.
Social media giant Facebook has allegedly refused to allow the upcoming Roe v. Wade film to run advertisements on its platform under the new “issues of national importance” rule, treating the movie as if it were a political ad.
The LA Times published an article recently which provides a more in-depth look at Tesla’s recent decision to end their referral rewards program.
A few days after Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX announced that it was cutting ten percent of its workforce, his electric car company Tesla has said it is cutting seven percent of its workforce as well.
“It’s unsurprising that politically correct social media giants try to squash the views of those who engage in a way perceived as counter cultural,” Hawkins added, “but just as important, it is hypocritical for them to claim to create an improved open marketplace of ideas when the only ideas they welcome are their own.”
In a comment to the Daily Mail for a story about Breitbart News’ publication of internal discussions revealing search manipulation by the Google-owned video platform, YouTube admitted that it meddled with search results for “abortion.”
Netflix joined other streaming content platforms in signing onto an industry-wide self-regulatory code for its operations in India. In doing so, the digital content providers hope to assuage political appetites for increasing state-driven censorship of their platforms.
Lawyer Harmeet Dhillon discussed Breitbart News’ latest Google leak on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, Wednesday, highlighting Google’s threat towards democracy.
Cybersecurity researcher Troy Hunt on Thursday announced the discovery of a gigantic trove of pilfered usernames and addresses for email accounts from a variety of services, quite possibly representing the largest breach of account information in history.
Google-owned video hosting website YouTube has reportedly blacklisted British activist Tommy Robinson from earning advertising revenue with his videos.
SpaceX, the space exploration firm founded by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, announced Wednesday it will build test versions of its Mars spaceship in South Texas and not at the Port of Los Angeles, a decision made to streamline operations, the Hawthorne, California-based company said in a statement.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed via Twitter today that the electric car manufacturer would be ending its popular customer referral program soon, stating that the program proved too costly.
A dead newborn baby was reportedly found in an Amazon warehouse trash can on Wednesday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an article for Time Magazine, Wednesday, in support of digital privacy and control through regulation.
Facebook’s popular “10 Year Challenge” could potentially be a data mining ploy under the guise of a harmless Internet meme. The data could be used to train machines to better recognize age-progression characteristics, according to Wired magazine.