The post says the execution of Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, a high-profile critic of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, is “fun to think about.”
"We were seduced, we were lured, we were hooked, and then, when we became captive audiences, we were manipulated to see what other people — people with vested interests and evil motives of power and domination — wanted us to see."
Bob Ross is not a criminal, y’all.
In a letter shared exclusively with BuzzFeed News, Reps. Jimmy Gomez and John Lewis have asked to meet with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to discuss Amazon's controversial face recognition tool.
The false matches were disproportionately people of color, said the ACLU.
“When somebody you know from real life — somebody you're afraid of — makes it known that they are still watching, it's scary and manipulative and can make you feel trapped in your own life.”
“It’s heartbreaking to see the images and hear the sounds of the kids,” Tim Cook said.
"An employee briefly deleted the blog after seeing commentary in social media. This was a mistake and as soon as it was noticed the blog was reverted to previous language."
“This is about people — human beings — that are impacted by this tech that will supercharge surveillance and undermine civil rights."
Even more examples of YouTube's algorithm-powered conspiracy video rabbit hole.
Thank GOD, it was agony not knowing if someone was going to find out you've been lurking them.
The decision represents a pivotal moment for both President Donald Trump's Justice Department and for a media industry upended by the growing domination of popular internet content companies.
Today, June 11, the repeal of net neutrality rules goes into effect.
Manafort got into trouble because he didn't understand that enabling cloud backups on his WhatsApp account gave investigators a way to circumvent the app's end-to-end encryption. Here’s how to disable those backups.
At Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, the tech company announced a slew of features meant to help you kick your iPhone addiction.
Google's deal with the Pentagon, Project Maven, will end in 2019, and the tech company will not pursue another.
It's an effort to provide "authentic, trustworthy information," this time around.
The ACLU has called on Amazon to stop pushing its image recognition technology, "Amazon Rekognition," to law enforcement.
It's a symbolic win for those in favor of an open and competitive internet, but the Senate resolution still faces many challenges ahead.
Google just demoed a 100% natural-sounding AI that scheduled an appointment with a live human on the phone who didn't know she was talking to a machine.