Google reportedly flagged 100 pages of archaeological site Ancient Origins as "inappropriate content" due to "images of mummified bodies, nude statues, and ancient battle scenes."
MixedTimes - Charlie Nash
Journalists from the New York Times, Washington Post, and Bloomberg promoted a "completely fake" statistic "that doesn't seem to exist" about sexism in technology this week.
Alex Hawkins, the vice president of pornography website xHamster, claimed his site is seeing a decline in interest for "more aggressive sex acts" in videos.
Bloomingdale's removed a shirt with the words "fake news" on it following an angry response from journalists on social media.
In an article for the New Republic last week, two writers noted that the mainstream media has failed to register the shift in Silicon Valley from libertarianism to leftism.
Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos launched a tirade against the invasion of his privacy, last week, after the National Enquirer reportedly obtained private images of the billionaire.
Author Sam Harris asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on his podcast why he hasn't banned President Donald Trump, who Harris claimed "has had a worse influence on the nature of our conversation" than anyone else.
Report: Popular iPhone Apps Including Expedia and Abercrombie & Fitch Secretly Record Users' Screens
Popular iPhone apps, including Expedia, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Air Canada, are reportedly secretly recording users' screens.
PayPal has blacklisted conservative activist and investigative journalist Laura Loomer.
Facebook has banned four Myanmar-based groups, designating them as "dangerous organizations."
14-year-old Grant Thompson, who found the recent Apple FaceTime bug that allowed users to spy on others before a call had been answered, could reportedly receive a financial "bug bounty" from Apple for identifying the problem.
Adam Mosseri, the head of Facebook-owned Instagram, admitted in an article for the Telegraph, Monday, that Instagram has failed to protect its users from posts which promote self-harm and even suicide.
Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos reportedly pulled a Super Bowl commercial for his space company, Blue Origin, following the controversy over his "mistress," who helped film the ad, according to Page Six.
Conservative commentator and Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes is reportedly suing the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for "defaming" him, publishing "false, damaging and defamatory statements," and attempting to "deplatform" him.
Jerry Media, the social media company behind the disastrous Fyre Festival, reportedly tried to broker a deal between the anti-Trump organization "Need To Impeach" and a world-record breaking egg account on Instagram.
A "Shariah-certified" Internet browser for Muslim web surfers steers users away from porn and gambling, and provides prayer times and information.
Former U.S. government intelligence operatives reportedly helped the United Arab Emirates hack into the iPhones of "rival foreign leaders," diplomats, and others — even gaining access to "compromising" sexual photos of targets according to a report by Reuters.
Mozilla Firefox announced the introduction of anti-tracking privacy settings in its browser, Tuesday.
A pregnant driver for the ride-sharing service Lyft was stabbed to death in Arizona by one of her passengers, according to a report.
A bug in Apple's FaceTime allowed users to spy on others before their call had been answered, transmitting both audio and video from the call recipient's device without their knowledge, according to a report.
Google is donating over $3 million to Wikipedia parent company Wikimedia as part of a new partnership between the two companies, despite several controversies in 2018 surrounding misinformation in Google search results taken from Wikipedia.
Social media users compared the hate hoax against the Covington Catholic high school kids to a passage about "facecrime" from George Orwell's landmark novel1984 this week.
Free speech social network Gab has secured a new payment processor following its blacklisting from major payment services, including PayPal and Stripe, which left accepting mailed payments the site's only recourse.
Twitter has suspended a "suspicious" and "misleading" account controlled by a Brazilian blogger which made the Covington Catholic High School hate hoax video go viral.
A Florida man allegedly used popular video game Fortnite to lure at least 20 teenagers to his house for "sexual activities."
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey granted an interview to HuffPost, Thursday, where he discussed collaborating with other Big Tech companies on censorship "methods," expressed respect for conservative activist Laura Loomer's fight against his own company, and denied sending his beard hair to rapper Azealia Banks.
Lawyer Harmeet Dhillon discussed Breitbart News' latest Google leak on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight, Wednesday, highlighting Google's threat towards democracy.
Lawyer Harmeet Dhillon discussed Breitbart News' latest Google leak on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight, Wednesday, highlighting Google's threat towards democracy.
A dead newborn baby was reportedly found in an Amazon warehouse trash can on Wednesday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an article for Time Magazine, Wednesday, in support of digital privacy and control through regulation.
Bestselling author Dr. Jordan Peterson andRubin Report host Dave Rubin have left Patreon in protest of the funding platform's censorship, losing up to $100,000 dollars of monthly income between the two of them in the process.
Gillette's recent commercial against "toxic masculinity" has reached 700,000 dislikes on YouTube and is quickly approaching the top 50 most disliked YouTube videos of all time after just several days on the platform.
Streaming device manufacturer and platform Roku caved in to demands from left-wing activists to blacklist Infowars, Tuesday.
Apple replaced ten times as many iPhone batteries as they expected after reducing the price of battery replacement for certain models in 2018, following allegations the company was artificially slowing down iPhones, referred to as the "Batterygate" scandal.
National Religious Broadcasters Urges Congressional Review of Big Tech Legal Protections
Shaving product manufacturer Gillette received an overwhelmingly negative response to its latest advertisement campaign, which takes a stand against "toxic masculinity."
Ring, a home security camera company owned by Amazon, allowed employees unrestricted access to the cameras inside people's homes, according to a report from the Intercept.
President Trump called out Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos on Twitter, Sunday, referring to the billionaire as "Jeff Bozo" in a post to Twitter.
The Radiance Foundation, a pro-life organization founded by a black American, has alleged it is facing censorship on most major social networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Sheri's Ranch, a legal brothel in Nevada, is offering guests an Amazon Alexa-powered sex tape recording studio during the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, this week.
The National Enquirer published alleged text messages sent from Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos to his "mistress," Thursday.
Grocery store chain Kroger has reportedly partnered with Microsoft in what the Verge describes as an attempt to "fight off Amazon," which purchased the Whole Foods chain in 2017.
Amazon has banned the sale of Islam-themed bath mats and doormats following complaints from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
Chinese Internet censors are reportedly learning the true history of China, including human rights abuses and historical figures they were previously unaware of, as part of job training to effectively censor the Chinese Internet.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch star Will Poulter announced a temporary departure from Twitter, Wednesday, in the interest of his mental health. The actor has a history of attacking President Trump on the platform.
A fitness YouTuber reportedly died after being tased by police officers who allegedly found the man stabbing his Tinder date.
Dr. Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin are set to leave crowdfunding platform Patreon on January 15 in protest over the company's censorship of political commentators, including Carl Benjamin, known online as Sargon of Akkad.
2018 was an eventful year for the sex robot industry, with robot brothels expanding from Europe to North America, the introduction of robot strippers, and legislative action against "Pedophilic Robots.
A cyberattack at a Los Angeles newspaper printing plant halted the delivery of a number of popular newspapers, Saturday, including the Los Angeles Times, and west coast editions of theWall Street Journal, and the New York Times.
New York Magazineclaimed this week that most Internet traffic is "fake."
TechCrunchdiscovered apps available on Google Play which led to child porn groups on the Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp, all of which reportedly made money through Google and Facebook's advertising networks.
A number of prominent conservative and libertarian accounts were banned from Twitter this year as Big Tech ramped up the blacklisting of ideological dissidents and mainstream conservatives alike.
Amazon experienced "record-breaking" Christmas sales this year, with its Alexa-powered home assistant devices among the company's best sellers according to a report.
Facebook has suspended five accounts belong to Democrat strategists who were involved in a 2017 Alabama Senate election disinformation campaign against Republican candidate Roy Moore. The social media giant called the effort "coordinated inauthentic behavior.
Creators on crowdfunding site Patreon are reporting heavy losses in financial backers as users are fleeing the platform in protest over its censorship of political commentators, including Sargon of Akkad.
Democrat activists, funded by LinkedIn co-founder and left-wing financier Reid Hoffman, imitated "Russian tactics" to push the 2017 Alabama Senate election in favor of the Democratic Party, including the creation of fake conservative Facebook pages to divide Republicans, according to the New York Times.
A YouTube content creator and former NASA engineer tricked several “porch pirates” intent on stealing delivered packages by placing a bait package rigged with a glitter bomb, fart spray, GPS, and camera outside his house.
Early Facebook investor Roger McNamee warned "no one should trust Facebook" until the company changes its data-harvesting and information selling business model, according to a report.
The New York Times published an article, Wednesday, warning readers not to fall for Facebook's "semantic traps" on data-selling practices. In it, a Stanford professor argues"Facebook has always sold data to advertisers, and it probably always will.
Jersey City Police are setting up fake Amazon packages and cameras in an effort to identify and catch the parcel thieves commonly referred to as "porch pirates.
In an article, Wednesday, the Verge analyzed Google CEO Sundar Pichai's comments about Project Dragonfly, Google's censored Chinese search app project, during his hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
The United States is preparing a "crackdown on Beijing," after it was discovered that the recent Marriott data breach was perpetrated by Chinese hackers, according to a report.
Several Republican congressmen stood out during Google CEO Sundar Pichai's hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, Tuesday.
A 22-year-old Google employee was found dead in the company's New York City office, Friday, according to a report.
A Google software engineer revealed concerning details about the company's efforts to please the government China before it launched its latest entry into the country — the censored Chinese search app "Project Dragonfly"— which allegedly included the company blacklisting Chinese dissidents from its buildings for fear of upsetting the Chinese government.
Twitter is allowing dozens of pedophiles to use the social network and promote their pro-pedophile messages, focusing its time instead on banning conservatives and cracking down on "hate speech.
Tumblr will ban all adult content on its platform, starting December 17, after it was kicked off of Apple's App Store over "child sexual exploitation" posts.
Psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein appeared on SiriusXM Patriot's Breitbart News Sunday to discuss Google's power and influence over public opinion and voting patterns with Breitbart News Deputy political editor Amanda House.
European Union regulators are reportedly asking Google competitors whether the Big Tech company is harming them.
Glenn Harlan Reynolds, the law professor behind popular political blog Instapundit, published an article in USA Today, Monday, explaining why he decided to delete his Twitter account which had over 100,000 followers.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo claimed in a statement that only "extreme conservatives" and "socialists" oppose New York's controversial tax deal with Amazon in exchange for the company's new headquarters, which was won over after New York offered Amazon billions in financial incentives.
Former Facebook Security Chief Alex Stamos: 'Yes, Facebook Made Mistakes... but We Weren’t the Only Ones'
Former Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos wrote an article for the Washington Post, Saturday, titled "Yes, Facebook made mistakes in 2016. But we weren’t the only ones.
In a lengthy post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg addressed common concerns and detailed his plans for Facebook in the near future, which included penalizing "borderline" provocative content and stopping users from engaging with it.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo downplayed the $1.5 billion in tax credits and $1.2 billion in tax breaks given to Amazon in return for the company basing its new headquarters in New York City, claiming it, "Cost us nothing.
As part of its deal with Amazon, which has based one of its new headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, the state will give Amazon two days notice of any Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests filed against it "to allow the Company to seek a protective order or other appropriate remedy.
France is set to "embed" regulators in Facebook in an effort to examine how effectively the social network tackles "hate speech," according to a report.
Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-TX) lost his bid for Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-TX) senate seat on Tuesday, despite spending millions of dollars on Facebook and Twitter advertisements.
In an attempt to encourage its users to vote in the midterm elections, Google has changed its search engine logo to "Go Vote," and introduced a feature to show users where their nearest polling station is, with options for both English and Spanish.
Social media bots helped failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton more than President Trump during the 2016 presidential election, according to a paper from an MIT associate professor.
MoveOn, a George Soros-funded anti-Republican PAC, was allegedly the biggest political Facebook advertisement spender last week — the final week before the midterm elections.
Music streaming service Spotify attempted to push its users into voting this week by releasing custom state playlists and sending messages to users reminding them to vote.
Big Tech companies, including Facebook, Snapchat, and Spotify, are encouraging their young userbase to vote next week with a series of features.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) posted an image of one of the Zodiac Killer's ciphered letters to Twitter to celebrate Halloween,A play on the long-running meme that he is the killer that has evaded justice for almost 50 years.
Twitter allowed Cesar Sayoc, the man who allegedly sent apparent bombs to public figures around the country this month, to post more than 240 threats towards 50 different people on its social network without sanction.
LifeSite, a Christian pro-life news outlet, was allegedly blacklisted by its web host and given just 12 hours to find another host the website, or risk being offline.
Deplatform Hate, a far-left Twitter account, seemed to blackmail Big Tech payment processing service Stripe on Saturday, threatening the company unless it changed its terms of service to the account's liking, and posting messages with Stripe' General Counsel showing the two parties discussing the blacklisting of free speech social network Gab.
Facebook's recently announced home assistant, Portal, can collect video call data to use for targeted advertisements — despite being marketed as "private by design" —according to a spokesman.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey claimed in an interview this week that it was a "joke" when the social network described itself as the "free-speech wing of the free-speech party.
Four Indonesians were arrested for selling babies on the Facebook-owned social media network Instagram, where a baby-selling account managed to gain hundreds of followers.
Robotics company Boston Dynamics released a video of its humanoid Atlas robot leaping through a parkour obstacle course this week.
Brian Amerige, a Facebook engineer who made headlines after he and more than one hundred other employees stood up to the company's "intolerant" left-wing culture, has left Facebook.
More than one-third of people who listen to music globally still pirate it, despite the large number of free music streaming services available.
Movie and television show streaming giant Netflix is set to open its first production studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in what Deadline described as a "snub" to Los Angeles.
Facebook has been blocking gay-themed advertisements from running on its platform, categorizing them as "political," according to a report.
eBay has accused Jeff Bezos' Amazon of conducting an "unlawful and troubling scheme" to steal merchants from the auction and sales platform.
Dating app Tinder has joined a growing list of Big Tech companies attempting to get users interested in the upcoming November Midterm elections.
Google will allow users to disable its Chrome browser's recent automatic sign-in feature next month, following "angry" complaints.
Google users are concerned about their browsing privacy after a recent update at Google secretly logs Chrome browser users into their online Google accounts, syncing data without asking, a move one expert says has "enormous implications for user privacy and trust.
Internet payment services giant PayPal has blacklisted Infowars from its platform for allegedly promoting "hate and discriminatory intolerance against certain communities and religions."
A bipartisan letter signed by Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) and Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) has requested that Google CEO Sundar Pichai provide more information about Google's collection of data on children.