Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Harshly Criticized The Indian Law That Discriminates Against Muslim Immigrants: “I Think It’s Just Bad”
The native of Hyderabad said: “If anything, I would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant who comes to India and creates the next unicorn in India.”
"Ultimately, we don’t think decisions about political ads should be made by private companies," a Facebook executive said.
Cheap data and inexpensive smartphones brought millions of people online in India this decade. As the country’s government cracks down, protesters are using the internet to resist.
Google made the link a valuable commodity, so hackers are compromising sites and then getting paid to inject links.
“The idea that you could disassociate from a policy that consumed the entire department while you were deputy chief of staff is ridiculous,” one former DHS official told BuzzFeed News.
Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are passing the torch.
A group of former Google employees who were terminated last month are hoping their complaints about unfair labor practices will trigger a federal investigation into the search giant.
That’s far more than the estimated amount Warren spent in November.
“Look a little closer!”
Some of these things may change your life. Or not.
For now, Donald Trump and Joe Biden can target ads however they want on Facebook. How long will that last?
House Caucus Leaders Wrote A Letter To Google Asking About Its Hire Of A Former DHS Staffer Who Worked On Family Separation
“We find it alarming when companies choose to reward and hire individuals that have played active roles in implementing cruel policies that target and hurt the communities we represent and Google is no exception.”
You may be searching for your school, but you'll see photos of potatoes, erotic fan art, and even ALF.
A network of fake local news sites generated millions of pageviews as part of an ad fraud scheme, researchers say.
Amazon, Apple, And Google Are Distributing Products From Companies Building China's Surveillance State
Three Chinese companies helped build a security state in China’s Xinjiang region to repress millions of Uighur Muslims. Amazon, eBay, Apple, and Google are still selling their products and distributing their apps.
Yelp launched 15 years ago in October, and for most of its existence it's been in an epic battle with Google. Here's why its CEO keeps fighting and keeps focusing on trust.
Digital political advertising is a lawless Wild West. Until rules can be enforced, there's no responsible way for tech giants to participate.
Meet BERT, the machine-powered language processing technology, that Google executives said will better understand the context of search queries.
Google Removed Employee Questions About Its Hiring Of A Former DHS Staffer Who Defended The Muslim Travel Ban
“I find it ironic that leadership is worried about the hurt feelings of a single powerful person, but not about the message that their hiring has _already sent_ to Googlers."
Former DHS staffer Miles Taylor once defended a “tough” but “tailored” version of Trump’s controversial travel ban and served under Kirstjen Nielsen during the implementation of the family separation policy at the US–Mexico border.
Android creator Andy Rubin left Google with a $90 million exit package after investigations into sexual misconduct. Now he's out at Playground Global, the venture firm he founded, allegedly with another multimillion-dollar payout.
Google’s troubles have been moving from Europe to the US, and the money to news organizations has too.
It was chaos on Thursday as YouTube tried to announce an update that would remove the verified checkmark from some users.
"Me: Alexa, play the Highwomen. Alexa: Shuffling songs by the Highwaymen. Me: [dies of patriarchy]."
The feature will let people in countries like India where millions of people still use feature phones ask Google Assistant for sports scores, weather forecasts, and more.
Attorneys general from 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico and Washington, DC, have announced their plan to launch an antitrust investigation focused on Google, which they referred to as an "online search juggernaut."
“Google is aiding and abetting the promulgation of climate science misinformation.”
In a blog post, Apple also pushed back on claims made by Google researchers and claimed the attack was more limited than first thought.
Some of the websites use fake profile photos for their writers, while others spread false information.