With an internet-savvy staff and an opponent who is a caricature of a rich celebrity, John Fetterman looks to be having a blast as he tries to troll his way to a Senate seat.
A South African City Says It's Putting QR Codes On Informal Settlement Cabins To Help Services. But Residents And Privacy Experts Are Uncertain.
A new pilot program by city officials says documenting the settlements will help residents get repairs and services. But some are wary.
A series of updates to the way search results are returned and prioritized aims to fight misinformation with content advisories.
Ahmad Abouammo was convicted of passing user information to the Saudi government in exchange for cash and a gold watch.
A consumer watchdog group reminded them that they need to disclose their connection to an NFT collection when they promote it on social media.
Kyle Hill is the latest in our series on what people in crypto actually do all day.
The online giant’s recent purchases of pharmacies and healthcare clinics signal its intentions to break into a space in serious need of attention.
A Texas jury awarded more than $4 million in damages to the parents of a child who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December 2012.
An NFT of 8-year-old Zuck’s card could be yours.
The past few months have seen growing concerns about the company’s Chinese ownership amid leaks and former employees speaking out in two separate BuzzFeed News reports.
Complaining works. At least if you're Kylie Jenner.
TikTok Owner ByteDance Used A News App On Millions Of Phones To Push Pro-China Messages, Ex-Employees Say
Former employees claim the company placed pieces of pro-China content in its now-defunct US news app, TopBuzz, and censored negative stories about the Chinese government. ByteDance says it did no such thing.
“We want to survive as creators and influencers. Our livelihoods really do depend on it.”
A few taps will allow you to see timely “Feeds” from friends, groups, or pages.
Musk had hoped to delay facing off in court until next year.
I know what you’re thinking, but just hear me out.
Elon Musk Doesn’t Seem To Realize That Twitter Is Already A Free Speech Warrior In Countries Where It Actually Matters.
This week, Twitter sued India. Under Musk, it probably wouldn’t bother.
TikTok Has Responded To US Lawmakers To Confirm BuzzFeed News' Report That US Users’ Data Was Accessed From China
TikTok's response to Republican senators comes days after an FCC commissioner called on the heads of Apple and Google to pull the app from its stores.
For the second installment in our Crypto Diaries series, a mother in her 40s talks about how her love for Web3 intersects with her home life.
An FCC Commissioner Wants TikTok Removed From App Stores After BuzzFeed News Found American User Data Was Repeatedly Accessed In China
Nine Republican senators have also written to the company's CEO demanding answers.
After Amazon workers in Germany began striking, the company expanded eastward, where looser labor laws brought record productivity.
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The credit card giants say they are following the law and don’t have a responsibility to act despite pleas from lawmakers and gun safety advocates.
Leaked Audio From 80 Internal TikTok Meetings Shows That US User Data Has Been Repeatedly Accessed From China
“I feel like with these tools, there’s some backdoor to access user data in almost all of them,” said an external auditor hired to help TikTok close off Chinese access to sensitive information, like Americans’ birthdays and phone numbers.
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Amazon Is Constructing A Headquarters On Indigenous Land In South Africa. A Court Ordered It To Stop.
US tech companies seeking to expand their footprint are running into speed bumps across the continent.