Public outrage has dampened any potential excitement surrounding Facebooks latest way of mining your household for information.
The Boeing corporation admitted on Wednesday that a “small number of systems” were affected by a “limited intrusion of malware,” but denounced what it called “overstated and inaccurate” reports that the malware attack was much larger.
Facebook is beginning to limit the data available to advertisers following their most recent user data scandal. Its latest move is to limit information from third party sources previously available to ad buyers.
Some Netflix users have pledged to boycott the popular streaming service after they announced the appointment of former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice to the companys board of directors.
President Trump took to Twitter recently to criticize e-commerce giant Amazon for their low tax payments in many U.S. states.
As many worry about the information that Facebook collects, due to the companys recent user data scandal, we should not forget that Google also collects as much — if not more — of your data. Here is how to find out what Google knows about you.
Radical activist Virgie Tovar is scheduled to speak at Yale University on Thursday evening. Tovar is best known for promoting a brand of body nihilism that encourages women to not care about their weight, no matter how large they are.
Michigan college student Mary Zolkowski has pled guilty to lying about being raped on the campus of Delta College.
The Wing, a women-only coworking space and social club, is currently facing an investigation from the New York Human Rights Commission over its gender-exclusive business practices.
British billionaire investor Jim Mellon has claimed, “Were going to see decimation particularly of Facebook,” which he described as “sinister,” following allegations of user data mishandling at the social network.
“I think the best regulation is no regulation, is self-regulation,” he said. “However, I think were beyond that here.”
Hollywood star Will Ferrell will be deleting his Facebook page this week in response to allegations that the social network mishandled user data.
The Facebook scandal over selling customers deepest secrets for huge amounts of cash has accelerated signature-gathering efforts for a “Privacy Act” initiative on Californias ballot.
A BBC interview from 2009 shows Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stating that the company would never sell or share user data, less than a year later Zuckerberg declared that the “age of privacy is over.”
A small but vocal campaign urging people to delete their Netflix accounts has emerged in Brazil in response to the streamers new documentary series based on the corruption of former socialist administrations.
Facebook rates users political leanings based on their Internet usage — heres how to find out what Facebook thinks your politics are.
Lawyer Harmeet Dhillon, who has filed a class action lawsuit against Google on behalf of fired employee James Damore, appeared on SiriusXM Patriots Breitbart News Tonight, Tuesday, to discuss government regulation of tech giants with Senior Editors-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and
Netflix has announced that former United Nations ambassador, National Security Advisor, and Obama loyalist Susan Rice will be joining the companys board of directors.
Students at Liberty University, a conservative Christian university in Virginia, will be invited this week to enjoy their campuss new $3.2 million gun range. The gun range, which has been in planning and construction stages for over a year, will also be open to the public following the conclusion of Libertys academic year in May.
“Official: Ecuador cutting off WikiLeaks founder Julian Assanges communications outside London embassy.” – AP
A professor at Portland State is facing a university investigation over a journal article he published that offered a positive perspective on colonialism.
According to Bloomberg, “Twitter Inc. plunged to its lowest price in six weeks after short-seller Citron Research said it was betting against the company because of potential privacy regulations.”
Playboy has announced its departure from Facebook, removing its collection of pages, following user data mishandling allegations against the social network.
Uber reportedly has decided to end their self-driving car tests in California following a fatal car crash in Phoenix.
Twitter announced this week that they are banning advertisements for cryptocurrencies, joining technology giants Google and Facebook.
According to sources close to President Trump who spoke to Axios, he is more worried about the overreaching control of e-commerce website Amazon than he is about social media network Facebook and other Silicon Valley titans like Google.
Following Facebooks latest user data scandal, the company has promised to give users more control over their personal data.
On the March 27 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Google will sponsor a commercial-free segment entitled “More Show Presented by: Googles Nest Hello video doorbell.”
The Swedish government is planning to put more pressure on tech giants Google, Facebook, and Twitter to end anonymity for online trolls and those accused of posting hate speech.
Facebook is reportedly going on a hiring spree in the Swamp as its CEO Mark Zuckerberg gets ready to testify before Congress.
A California Assemblyman from the Bay Area is pushing a bill that would create the “first regulatory agency for Big Tech in the nation” to protect Californians personal data, including social security numbers, financial data, and medical information.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn called for the passage of the Browser Act to give Internet users more control over their digital privacy.
Treasury Department officials are crafting plans to ban Chinese companies from investing in certain technology sectors, such as semiconductors and 5G wireless communications, according to a Bloomberg News report.
The Cambridge Analytica employee who revealed the companys alleged Facebook data mining has stated that he believes his predecessor may have been poisoned.
Breitbart News Network (BNN) will host a live town hall — “Masters of the Universe”: Big Tech vs. Free Speech and Privacy — to take place on April 5 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The event will be live streamed on Breitbart.com and Facebook.
Ajit Pai singled out the national security concern posed by “certain communications equipment providers” and in particular “certain Chinese communications equipment providers.”
The Pennsylvania affiliate of Planned Parenthood tweeted – and then deleted – its statement announcing its wishes for a Disney princess who has had an abortion and who satisfies the lefts fantasy of identity politics.
Professor Tim Wu, a former advisor to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), has claimed “privacy” is “like kryptonite” to Facebooks business model.
The National Transportation Safety Board has opened an investigation into a recent fatal Tesla crash in Mountain View, California.
Christopher Wylie, the former Cambridge Analytica employee who exposed Facebooks data practices this month, claimed President Trumps election made him speak out.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Peter Thiels data analysis company Palantir reportedly used Facebook to track down an alleged child predator.
A professor at the University of San Francisco argues that female professor should receive additional compensation for their “emotional labor.”
A column published in the Wall Street Journal this week highlighted the reality that college students can no longer pay their tuition with a part-time job.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been asked to testify before a second panel of U.S. lawmakers, this time the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Stormy Daniels, the porn star who claimed to have had consensual sex with President Trump in 2006, has been the number one most popular search term on popular porn website xHamster for over seven weeks, according to the company.