Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell told Breitbart that the Facebook privacy scandal “is a watershed moment for how people will perceive privacy.”
The European Data Protection Supervisor has claimed social media users are treated like “battery animals or experimental rats.”
Former The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr says his new album was inspired by Brexit, President Donald Trump, and “the virus of right-wing ideology that is spreading through the nervous system of the Western world.”
A professor at The New School in New York City is accused of sexually harassing and having orgies with multiple students, and administrators reportedly let him resign quietly, the alleged victim claimed in a lawsuit.
In a documentary by American filmmaker Chris Paine, billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk warned that artificial intelligence “doesnt have to be evil to destroy humanity.”
The U.S. Weather Service confirmed that 2017 was the costliest hurricane season in Americas history and forecast an above average with 14 named storms for the 2018 season.
The latest survey of online threats from cybersecurity firm FireEye includes a warning that Chinese hackers are ramping up attacks against American corporations, with an emphasis on stealing financial information that could give Chinese companies a competitive advantage.
Rep. Buddy Carter suggested that the message to Mark Zuckerberg at next weeks hearing will be, “Unless you get it right, look for us to make you get it right.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify before the Senate, one day before he also appears before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Former Michigan State University Dean William Strampel, Dr. Larry Nassars former boss, was arrested last week on sexual assault charges.
Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said in an interview with the Financial Times published on Thursday that the company was too slow to respond to recent privacy crises, prominently including the controversial harvesting of data by Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook secretly deleted messages sent by CEO Mark Zuckerberg as well as other high-level executives, company sources have revealed.
The New York-based Soros Fund Management is preparing to trade cryptocurrencies, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Facebook was in discussions with top hospitals up until last month about the possibility of sharing the medical info of vulnerable patients with the social media platform.
Michigan State University ignored or mishandled hundreds of reports of child sex abuse by Olympic physician Dr. Larry Nassar, according to a report published Thursday by the Michigan House of Representatives.
Facebook has admitted in an announcement that most of its 2 billion users may have been compromised by “malicious actors.”
Celebrities who double as gun control proponents were largely silent following the shooting at YouTubes San Bruno, California, headquarters. Their silence was likely the result of the fact that they could not parlay the shooting into something supportive of more firearm restrictions.
At the “Masters of the Universe” event in Louisiana on Thursday night, panelists Ann Coulter, Peter Schweizer, and Dr. Robert Epstein said the giants of Silicon Valley occupy an economic, cultural, and perhaps legal position unique in the annals of American business, because it is simply not possible to compete effectively with Facebook, Twitter, or especially Google.
Senior research psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein of the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology issued a grave warning about the ability of Silicon Valley to manipulate voters at the Breitbart News event “Masters of the Universe: Big Tech vs. Free Speech and Privacy” in Louisiana on Thursday night. Epstein described tactics used by Internet heavyweights like Google that could move hundreds of thousands of votes and potentially tip close elections.
The thing that puts me off libertarianism is the “more libertarian than thou” game so many libertarians like to play.
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow hosted the “Masters of the Universe” town hall tonight, where he discussed the threat of major tech companies alongside a host of panelists.
At the Breitbart News event “Masters of the Universe: Big Tech vs. Free Speech and Privacy” in Louisiana on Thursday night, author Ann Coulter said that Internet speech controls have gone far beyond criticizing flawed reports as fake news. “It is actual censorship, and it is terrifying,” she declared.
Robert Epstein, a senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, claimed during Breitbart News “Masters of the Universe” town hall tonight that Google favored positive search results of Hillary Clinton above those of President Trump.
After an audience member asked conservative author Ann Coulter about the genocide of white farmers in South Africa during Breitbart News Town Hall on Thursday, and why the media is refusing to cover it. Coulter discussed the murders, saying “no one under fifty is getting his news from the mainstream media anymore.”
At the Breitbart News “Masters of the Universe” town hall event on big tech on Thursday evening, psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein explained how Google reads everything that goes through Gmail — including deleted drafts and incoming emails from non-Google email clients. He also explained how Google has access to the email servers of multiple mainstream media outlets — but not Breitbarts!
Peter Schweizer argued at Breitbart News town hall on Thursday that “transparency would be a good solution” for Googles secret search algorithm.
Breitbart News Editor at Large Peter Schweizer explained at the Breitbart News “Masters of the Universe” town hall event how individuals responsible for censorship at major technology firms may not even be senior employees.
Investigative journalist and author Peter Schweizer explained why Silicon Valleys business model of providing free services is so effective during the Breitbart News Town Hall on Thursday.
“10 percent could be shifted – thats a lot of votes, with no-one knowing that theyve done this.”
Noted psychologist Robert Epstein pronounced his love for America during the Breitbart News “Masters of the Universe” town hall event on Thursday evening.
Robert Epstein, a senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, claimed during Breitbart News “Masters of the Universe” town hall tonight that the major tech companies have considerable powers of manipulation in elections.
Peter Schweizer argued at Breitbart News town hall on Thursday that Google and Facebook have “more power than any company in human history.”
Dr. Robert Epstein of the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology warned the audience at the Breitbart News “Masters of the Universe” town hall event to the extent to which major technology companies such as Google are surveilling their
Conservative author Ann Coulter claimed the Internet “has been a disaster for the left,” during Breitbart News “Masters of the Universe” Town Hall on Thursday, where she explained how it has become a threat to traditional left-wing institutions.
Dr. Richard Epstein, an American psychologist, argued during Breitbart News town hall event on Thursday night that Internet surveillance and censorship puts all Americans at risk.
Breitbart News is hosting a live town hall event—“Masters of the Universe”: Big Tech vs. Free Speech and Privacy—in Louisiana tonight. Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will moderate the event, which will begin at 8 p.m. ET. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates throughout the event.
Breitbart News Networks (BNN) live Town Hall event “Masters of the Universe”: Big Tech vs. Free Speech and Privacy will be live-streamed Thursday from New Orleans, LA.
Facebook and political groups associated with it have reportedly donated to 46 of the 55 members on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, which will question Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg next week.
A letter signed by thousands of Google employees and addressed to Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai proclaims that Google should abstain from “the business of war.”
Jonathan Neumann deconstructs the Jewish lefts notion of “tikkun olam,” while Avi Jorisch puts the phrase to use in describing Israeli innovations.
Over 50 AI researchers from 30 countries have agreed to boycott the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology over concerns with its weapons research.
The University of Denver hosted obesity acceptance speaker Virgie Tovar on Tuesday evening who discussed Americas “war against fat people.”
Representatives from conservative media slammed Silicon Valleys tech giants, with some calling for regulation.
An Asian-American group suing Harvard University says that admissions data from the Ivy League institution reveals a pattern of discrimination.
Mark Zuckerberg wants to fix “fake news,” “misinformation” and foreign interference in three years – just in time for the 2020 elections.