"We believe Black people should have the right to live without fear,” wrote Olay on Instagram — at the same time it sold "White Radiance Light Perfecting Essence."
Twitter And Snapchat Are Reining Trump In. Critics Want Them To Do It To Politicians Around The World.
“Politicians in many places have posted worse."
The social network also said it will start blocking some ads in the US starting later this summer.
Group 42 helped provide “vital testing materials" to Las Vegas. It also owns an app that has allegedly been used to spy on people.
A Security Flaw In Qatar's Contact Tracing App Exposed Hundreds Of Thousands Of People's Personal Data
After it was found by Amnesty International, the bug was fixed by the app's developers.
Citizens and residents will be required to download the Ehteraz app when “leaving the house for any reason.”
The new coronavirus cases are the first reported in the city, where the virus emerged, since April 3.
Kim Jong Un reappeared in North Korean state media last week, after an extremely unusual three-week absence.
Without enough human contact tracers to identify infected people, the US is barreling toward a digital solution, and possible disaster.
As The US Battled The Coronavirus Pandemic, Twitter Accounts Linked To Iran Tried To Boost The Idea Of An Independent California
Not now, Iran!
Basically: There's very little reliable information out there right now.
A Doctor Who Honed His Skills In Gaza Is 3D-Printing Face Shields In His Basement For Canadian Hospitals
ER doctor Tarek Loubani has printed around 1,000 face shields during the coronavirus crisis, working in his spare time from his basement.
The cramped and unsanitary conditions tens of thousands of people live in pose a catastrophic risk, aid groups have warned.
North Korea’s border with China and its crumbling health care system have experts worried about the spread of the coronavirus.
The pictures of the man dressed as a hand sanitizer during the global coronavirus outbreak went viral and caused outrage online.
Men Yelling “Chinese” Tried To Punch Her Off Her Bike. She’s The Latest Victim Of Racist Attacks Linked To Coronavirus.
Jiye Seong-Yu’s experience in the Netherlands is being replicated across Europe as racist attacks linked to the novel coronavirus spike.
Tursunay Ziyawudun endured months of interrogations and ritual humiliations at the hands of camp officials before she was released. She's terrified she's about to be sent back.
Iran has one of the world’s most active state-sponsored cybersecurity programs. It’s possible that hackers will try to strike critical US infrastructure.
Eavesdropping bureaucrats have been replaced by algorithm-driven facial recognition technology. But the real impact of indiscriminate surveillance may be in our minds.
The “Badass” Afghan Pilot Who Went Massively Viral Is Now Living In Exile. She Just Wants To Be Able To Fly Again.
Niloofar Rahmani was feted as a global feminist icon and honored by Michelle Obama. But as the decade closes, she’s separated from her family, her dreams in tatters.