Canadian columnist and host of the Glazov Gang, Jamie Glazov, was suspended from Twitter after he posted direct quotes from the Quran and Hadith.
Blogger Kim Dong-won, who writes under the alias “Druking,” is on trial in South Korea for the offense of “manipulating online opinion” against President Moon Jae-in and “obstructing business” by tinkering with a commercial website. The charges against Kim involve manufacturing a few hundred phony “likes” for comments on a news site called Naver, which might seem like a trivial offense, but the case has blossomed into a scandal that might even involve the South Korean presidency.
Facebook has fired an employee who allegedly used company tools to stalk women across the Internet.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated recently that the company plans to “dial up the intensity” of news suppression leading towards the U.S. midterm elections.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama described herself as Americas “forever First Lady” on Wednesday as she addressed a crowd of high school students at a College Signing Day in Philadelphia.
Ron Gutman, the co-founder and CEO of Silicon Valley health-tech startup HealthTap, has been ousted from the company after the board of directors alleged “toxicity” in the workplace.
The body of “controversial” biotech CEO Aaron Traywick was discovered “face down” in a Washington, D.C. sensory deprivation tank on Sunday.
Facebook plans to fight perceptions of anti-conservative bias … by tapping Eric Holders law firm.
Social media firm Facebook unveiled their latest attempt to copy an existing apps idea with the introduction of a new dating feature that bears a striking resemblance to popular dating app Tinder.
Breitbart News Senior Tech Correspondent Allum Bokhari joined SiriusXM Patriots Breitbart News Tonight, Monday, to discuss Facebooks suspension of a page for an anti-illegal immigrant caravan protest.
The Swedish language version of the classic comic book hero “the Phantom” has been mocked by a Polish broadcaster after an issue was released of the superhero beating up “Polish nationalists” with a gay pride flag.
Health insurance company Cigna conducted a nationwide survey and nearly half reported constant feelings of loneliness or isolation.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claimed his platform has started to rank news organizations based on “trustworthiness,” with low-ranking sources becoming suppressed.
Branden River High School in Bradenton, Florida, could make bras officially mandatory for female students following a controversy surrounding one of their students who was forced to put Band-Aids over her nipples after showing up for class without a bra on under her shirt.
A Mississippi teacher accused of sexual misconduct with a teenage student is on the lam as of Tuesday, weeks after her arrest on sexual battery charges, police say.
Hacker Konrads Voits has been sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to alter prison records so that another inmate could be released early.
Even Mark Zuckerbergs posts were flagged with the questionnaire, which asked users to determine what posts were “hate speech.”
Using the hashtag #ThankYouCecile, stars are saying goodbye to Richards after she oversaw more than 3.8 million abortions during her 12-year tenure leading Planned Parenthood.
The Chinese government has been accessing deleted WeChat messages without a warrant, leading to easy crackdowns on dissidents.
Taking a page from Reddits book, Facebook reportedly has plans to introduce a new voting system on comments across the platform including both upvotes and downvotes.
WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum has announced plans to leave the company following multiple clashes with parent company Facebook.
Comedienne Michelle Wolf deleted thousands of offensive tweets before her highly criticized porn joke-filled performance at the White House Correspondents dinner.
Music superstar Kanye West received some Thomas Sowell quotes via a direct message from someone and then published them on his Twitter feed.
TEHRAN – Irans telecoms minister said Tuesday it was “impossible to block citizens access to information”, a day after the conservative-dominated judiciary banned the hugely popular Telegram messaging app.
In his annual Founders Letter, the Alphabet president stress the need for “thoughtfulness and responsibility” in the way we approach new technology.
Kanye West shaved in his head and tweeted a photo of it Saturday in tribute to Parkland school gun control activist Emma Gonzalez, who he called his “hero.”
A former member of rapper Snoop Doggs 90s entourage known as Tha Dog Pound has called for gangsters to attack hip-hop star Kanye West for his support of President Donald Trump.
Actress Susan Sarandon doesnt seem as ready to forgive MSNBC host Joy Reid for her past homophobic rants as so many others seem to be. Sarandon also wonders why Reids bosses are so willing to look the other way.
The nation of France has seized the domain France.com from a man who owned it since 1994, prompting the man to sue the country.
Popular singer Halsey posted a controversial rant about the free “watered down white people shampoo” provided in hotels, Thursday, which she complained was not appropriate for “people of color.”
Facebook decided to ditch its “fake news” warnings on articles after the warnings prompted even more users to share the flagged stories, however, the platform has created new features to crack down on what it deems to be “fake news.”
Rap superstar Kanye West was spotted hanging out with conservative activists Candace Owens and Charlie Kirk in Los Angeles on Sunday, as his interest in the conservative movement appears to grow.
Producer George Llewelyn-John, who works with a number of right-wing media figures, received a temporary Twitter ban after he uploaded a promotional video for the upcoming free speech event “Day For Freedom.”
Mark Meechan, better known as Count Dankula, is refusing to pay the £800 fine handed to him by the courts for a grossly offensive joke, donating the money to Glasgow Childrens Hospital instead.
A deal several years in the works may finally be happening if government regulators do not prevent the massive $26.5 billion merger of major wireless providers T-Mobile and Sprint.
The Brave Robotics engineers have created a real-life Transformer that can even carry people inside.
Facebook apologized Saturday evening to the administrators of an event page for a protest in San Diego against the migrant caravan, and restored the page — hours after the protest was scheduled to have begun.
Elon Musk faces a shareholder proposal that could take away his Chairman title as conflict of interest concerns and litigation compound Teslas lack of profitability challenges.
Conservative Reviews Michelle Malkin joined SiriusXM host Rebecca Mansour and special guest host Sam Sorbo for a Friday interview on Breitbart News Tonight to discuss political censorship via technology companies. She dismissed “purist anti-regulation tendencies” while describing companies such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter as “quasi-monopolies” and “trusts that need to be busted.”
Facebook has deleted an event page hosted by San Diegans for Secure Borders (SDSB), citing a violation of their community standards. The event was a protest against the caravan of illegal aliens aiming to enter the U.S. from Mexico.
In his latest expletive laid outburst, actor Michael Rapaport blasted “Cuckoos Nest” Kanye Wests recent embrace of President Donald Trump on Twitter, calling the rappers decision a “f*cking problem.”
Austrian police have raided ten homes and offices of identitarian activists, including Generation Identity co-leaders Martin Sellner and Patrick Lenart.
Los Angeles Countys Metro Transportation Authority Board voted to end allowing solo-occupied zero-emission vehicles free use of the highly trafficked 10 and 110 freeway toll lanes.
The European Commission has proposed new measures to tackle disinformation and so-called fake news online, including an EU-wide code of practice on disinformation and support for an “independent fact-checking network.”
Is this the first time Jack Dorsey has apologized to a conservative?