The Chinese-owned video app TikTok has confirmed that employees within the communist dictatorship can access the personal data of U.S. users.
The launch of China’s third aircraft carrier on June 17 was an expected – actually slightly delayed, thanks to coronavirus lockdowns – step toward the aggressive Communist power challenging the ability of the United States and its NATO allies to project power across the seas.
The verified Twitter account for the British Army was taken over by hackers who used it to promote NFTs and announce a fictitious attack on the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Scientists claim their new computer algorithm can predict crime in U.S. cities up to a week before it takes place with a 90 percent accuracy level, detecting “pre-crime” as in the science fiction book and film Minority Report.
Young Americans who said they enjoy cookouts and watching fireworks with friends and family on the Fourth of July nevertheless pledged not to celebrate Independence Day “out of respect to indigenous people groups,” in a video released by Campus Reform.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk used Twitter to announce he had met with Pope Francis.
A recent episode of the Disney+ children’s cartoon “Baymax!” features a man asking another man out on a date. Previously, the show included a transgender “man” who menstruates and gives advice on which maxi pad to buy.
A man hired as a coordinator for the D.C. Public Schools’ Office of Equity took to social media to demonize white people.
More than a half dozen robotaxis operated by Cruise stopped running and blocked a street in San Francisco this week, causing a traffic jam that lasted for hours. Cruise employees had to manually drive the robotaxis away from the mysterious robo-jam.
Elon Musk’s Tesla has been sued by a group of black current and former workers at its factory in Fremont, California, who claim they have been subject to racist graffiti, slurs, and harassment. The workers claim that the company and its managers were aware of the harassment but did nothing to stop it.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told staff in a recent Q&A session that he plans on “turning up the heat” on performance goals to get rid of employees who “shouldn’t be there.” Zuckerberg has a gloomy outlook on the economy and Facebook’s performance, stating, “If I had to bet, I’d say that this might be one of the worst downturns that we’ve seen in recent history.”
Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has called for laws to be passed to stop “rumors and false claims” from spreading online, in a move that mirrors the actions of numerous governments around the world, as well as Silicon Valley companies.
Pulitzer-winning writer and reporter Glenn Greenwald castigated the state of modern journalism in a tweet thread yesterday, arguing that the progressive ideological echo-chamber that currently governs the industry is responsible for the repeated spread of untrue stories like Russiagate and Cassidy Hutchinson’s now-infamous claim that Donald Trump grabbed the steering wheel of a presidential limo.
Science writer and prominent skeptic of official coronavirus policies Alex Berenson has settled his lawsuit with Twitter, which he brought against the tech company after it blacklisted him in 2021.
Substack, the subscription newsletter platform loathed by corporate media companies, is laying off staff amid the economic downturn, the New York Times reports.
Tech giant Facebook is facing backlash for new charges imposed on apps created for its virtual reality headsets as developers take issue with the commercial terms set by the company.
Amazon has restricted items and search results related to LGBT issues on its website in the United Arab Emirates, despite the woke e-commerce giant celebrating “Pride Month” in the western world.
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently met with Chinese Communist Party members and praised China’s “innovative and inspiring” app developers in a cozy interview with Chinese state-owned media.
Caroline Russell, a Green Party politician in the UK, called on the Metropolitan Police to investigate anti-woke campaigner Laurence Fox over a tweet comparing the modern-day pride movement to fascism.
Australia’s second-largest home appliance chain, The Good Guys, announced on Tuesday plans to temporarily pause a trial of facial recognition software it recently piloted in some stores after a consumer group submitted a formal complaint to Australia’s privacy regulator over the trial, citing privacy concerns, Reuters reported.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which has become increasingly aggressive in its enforcement since Biden appointee Lina Khan took over as chairwoman, has filed a civil suit against Walmart regarding alleged fraud in its money transfer services.
Twitter has censored Canadian psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Jordan Peterson after he criticized transgender surgery and referred to transgender actress Ellen Page, who now goes by “Elliot” and identifies as a male, by her original name.
George Washington University Law School has rejected students’ demand to fire Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from his teaching position at the school. According to the students, Thomas has “has stripped the right to bodily autonomy of people with wombs,” and planned “to further strip the rights of queer people and remove the ability for people to practice safe sex without fear of pregnancy.”
After ignoring (or even celebrating) six years of political censorship and election interference, leftists have found a Facebook content moderation policy they disagree with — a longstanding ban on using the platform to distribute illicit prescription drugs.
Elon Musk’s Tesla has laid off hundreds of workers on its embattled Autopilot team as the company closed its California facility. The company’s Autopilot feature is facing mounting scrutiny from the federal government over a growing list of crashes involved the driver assist feature.
In a recent report, the FBI says that it has received multiple complaints of people using stolen information and AI-generated deepfake videos and voices to apply to remote tech jobs.
Elon Musk, the hype master of Twitter and a prolific social media user, has not tweeted for an entire week leaving many to wonder where the billionaire has gone. One Musk observer quipped, “Musk being off Twitter for a week is like a normal person being off Twitter for a year.”
A cyberattack temporarily knocked out public and private websites in Norway in the past 24 hours, Norwegian authorities said Wednesday.
Canada’s communications regulatory agency, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) could force tech companies to “manipulate” their algorithms to favor Canadian content, according to CRTC Chairman Ian Scott.
The California state legislature is considering a bill that would require websites and apps to authenticate the age of every user before allowing them access, a move that lawmakers say is aimed at protecting children, but would in effect end online anonymity in the state.
Republican FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr has called on Apple and Google to ban the popular Chinese-owned video sharing app TikTok from their app marketplaces, arguing that it is sending sensitive user data on American citizens to Beijing.
In Disney’s latest effort to smuggle transgender ideology into its entertainment for kids, the new animated Disney+ series “Baymax” features a transgender “man” who menstruates and gives advice on which maxi pad to buy — “the one with wings.”
A report conducted by a number of think tanks has found that so-called “disinformation” had little effect on recent elections in France.
Facebook is reportedly blocking links to the official page explaining how to receive payouts in a successful class action lawsuit brought against the company.
The Facebook Oversight Board, colloquially known as the “Facebook Supreme Court,” received more than a million appeals from Facebook and Instagram users hoping to overturn censorship by the company, according to the Board’s first annual report.
Netflix has reportedly placed dead last among streaming entertainment services when its comes to customer value satisfaction, signaling continued rough waters ahead as the far-left-wing company struggles to hold onto subscribers.
Following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and threats of domestic terrorism against pregnancy centers, Facebook has labeled radical abortion group Jane’s Revenge as “terrorists.”