I grew up watching YouTubers like Shane Dawson and Jenna Marbles. Their recent controversies have soured my nostalgia.
Apps that harvest data, dark web marketplaces, and state surveillance are just some of the dangers LGBTQ people have to think about online.
Citing "security risks," the company had said TikTok must be deleted for Amazon employees to access their work email accounts.
Following the Indian government's ban of 59 apps owned by Chinese companies, the video app company is reminding people it's American.
The social media company said four different networks of accounts were removed for inauthentic coordinated behavior.
For four days in July, Facebook ran an ad from a page called “White Wellbeing Australia.”
Nandini Jammi is leaving the activist organization she helped build with Matt Rivitz over a dispute about titles, credit, and equality.
“I don’t want to get out in front of the president, but it’s something we’re looking at," Pompeo said.
Following a BuzzFeed News investigation into donor confusion between the California-based foundation and the Black Lives Matter movement, authorities are stepping in.
ShotSpotter was designed to pinpoint gunshots. Now police are using it to find people setting off illegal fireworks.
Facebook said on Tuesday it was banning content associated with the "Boogaloo" extremist group. BuzzFeed News found the company has been running Boogaloo ads advocating for violence for months.
The government ordered 59 Chinese-owned apps to be blocked following border clashes with China that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.
“I want to make sure the things that I put into the world are not hurting anyone,” she said a new video.
Data company Mobilewalla used cellphone information to estimate the demographics of protesters. Sen. Elizabeth Warren says it’s “shady” and concerning.
Citing “racial bias in facial surveillance,” the Boston City Council voted unanimously to stop the use of facial recognition by public agencies.
There's no evidence that the fireworks lighting up US cities are caused by anything other than oversupply and understimulation. That hasn't stopped the conspiracies.
Shiny new updates for your shiny Apple toys.
"It does require use of a paid-time-off day, which is true of many other holidays," Elon Musk said.
As the platform regulates speech, social justice advocates want it to stop perpetuating the same structures of racism they experience offline.
But one lawmaker had more tough questions for the company.
It’s the latest example of Facebook suing people it says have abused its platform.
The president is following through on his threat to "strongly regulate" social media companies.
Monday’s incident is a sign of the tension between police and the community after officers violently broke up peaceful protests around the city weeks before — and tension around gentrification in the community itself.
A letter signed by 166 members of Parliament calls for the UK to stop selling riot control weapons to US police departments.
Microsoft Says It Won't Sell Facial Recognition To The Police. These Documents Show How It Pitched That Technology To The Federal Government.
Last week, Microsoft said it would not sell its facial recognition to police departments. But new documents reveal it was pitching that technology to at least one federal agency as recently as two years ago.
Thousands Of Gig Workers Can’t Make A Living Unless They Install A Controversial Contact Tracing App First
Workers say the platforms are exploiting them by making it mandatory to install the Indian government's contact tracing app.
“For those of you who’ve already made up your minds and just want the election to be over, we hear you."
Six eBay Staffers Have Been Charged With Disturbing Harassment Of A Couple Who Criticized The Company
After a bloody pig mask was sent to the couple's home, an eBay employee allegedly sent a message to one of the victims asking, "DO I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION NOW."
"The Black Lives Matter Foundation" Raised Millions. It's Not Affiliated With The Black Lives Matter Movement.
Employees of Apple, Google, and Microsoft have raised millions of dollars for the Black Lives Matter Foundation thinking it's the international racial justice movement seeking to end police brutality. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
"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."