The Walt Disney Company has apologized to subscribers of the new Disney+ streaming service following reports that many users were experiencing outages on the service’s first day.
Hollins University, a private women’s college in Roanoke, Virginia, has updated its admissions policy and is now accepting applications from individuals who “identify” as female, to keep up with the “evolving understanding of gender identity” in today’s society. Students that are already enrolled and are biological females that identify as males, on the other hand, will be forced to transfer away from Hollins.
Google has secretly accessed the personal health records of tens of millions of individuals in 21 states, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.
The assistant principal at Gulf Coast High School in Naples, Florida, allegedly threatened a teacher with termination over the teacher’s involvement with a pro-life student group on campus. After receiving a demand letter from a law firm threatening to sue the school district for viewpoint discrimination, the school says that it will approve the pro-life group.
Apple co-founder and Silicon Valley legend Steve Wozniak claimed recently that the algorithm of Apple’s new credit card gave his wife a much lower credit limit than him, piling on to criticism of Apple and Goldman Sachs’ new credit offering.
The CEO of ride-sharing company Uber has backtracked on his recent comments in which he referred to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi Arabia as a “serious mistake.” Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is Uber’s fifth-largest shareholder.
U.S. District Judge Richard Stearns announced this week that a disabled veteran’s gender bias lawsuit against the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth will move forward.
The Federal Communications Commission has collected just $6,790 since it began fining robocallers and other telemarketing violators in 2015, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.
According to a recent report, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg considered moving the company into the online dating world in 2014, but instead chose to give Tinder and similar dating apps special access to Facebook user data.
A column published in the Wall Street Journal on Sunday makes the case that colleges and universities undermine the values that American veterans risked their lives to defend.
Administrators at the University of Virginia ignited a backlash this week when it announced that it is canceling its annual 21-gun salute, which had become a staple of the school’s Veterans Day events.
There is almost no chance Apple and Goldman Sachs are discriminating against women when it comes to credit limits on the new Apple card. Yet over the weekend, both companies came under fire for allegedly doing exactly that. From the
As reports circulated identifying Eric Ciaramella as the alleged “whistleblower” driving efforts to impeach President Donald Trump, Wikipedia editors attempted to mention him in articles on the site. However, Wikipedia admins used their advanced privileges to delete records of his name, block creation of pages on Ciaramella, and even banned his name completely.
An instructor at UC Berkeley argued that “rural Americans” are “bad people” who have made “bad life decisions” in a tweet that he has since deleted.
A staff lawyer at the University of North Texas has resigned after using a racial slur during a classroom discussion about free speech.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk lashed out on social media at Greenlight Capital President David Einhorn following the investment firm’s Q3 investors letter, in response Einhorn called Musk out on a number of issues, such as accounting actions Einhorn considers “curious.”
NEW YORK (AP) — Woody Allen and Amazon.com have ended their legal battle.
A New York regulator is investigating Goldman Sachs for possible sex discrimination in the way it sets credit limits.
David Harris Jr., a member of the board of the newly launched “Black Voices for Trump,” told Breitbart News that he believes the black community can play a role in making sure that President Donald Trump is reelected in 2020. Harris spoke with SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight host Rebecca Mansour on Friday evening.
Leftists academics are pushing to erase the term “Anglo-Saxon” from the study of history, claiming it is “inextricably bound up with pseudohistorical accounts of white supremacy”.
Google-owned video platform YouTube has followed Facebook in saying it will also ban mentions of the name of the alleged Ukraine whistleblower, Eric Ciaramella.
The star of the Netflix series “Atypical,” Michael Rapaport is once again indulging his near daily attack on President Donald Trump, this time calling the president a “d*ck stain” for his MAGA challenge.
Twitter has said that naming the alleged Ukraine whistleblower, Eric Ciaramella, would be a breach of its rules against posting “personally identifiable information.”
University of Michigan student and Turning Point USA chapter president Austin McIntosh told Breitbart News that students on his campus do not appear to have a general understanding of their most basic rights, such as freedom of speech, adding that socialism and communism are normalized by professors on campus. McIntosh spoke to SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow in a Friday interview for the show’s weekly TPUSA campus report.
European antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager reportedly stated during a recent conference that Google’s efforts to drive more traffic to European comparison shopping rivals have failed.
A new report from security researchers alleges that Amazon Ring doorbells have exposed users’ home Wi-Fi passwords to hackers.
New York state officials have written down more than $1 billion in economic development investments in multiple tech projects across upstate New York, including nearly $900 million on Tesla’s troubled solar panel production factory in Buffalo.