Popular knitting community website Ravelry has reportedly banned the support of President Donald Trump on its platform. The company says that President Trump promotes "open white supremacy," and states that while users can support Trump, "you just can't talk about it here.
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A recent investigation by Project Veritas revealed a number of insights into how executives at Google think about regulation and shed light on lies told by Google CEO Sundar Pichai before Congress.
During a recent conference, the CEO of Bank of America expressed the company's desire to transition to a "cashless society."
A recent lawsuit is alleging that Amazon's voice-controlled Alexa devices violate laws by recording children's voices without their parent's consent.
Social media platform Twitter has reportedly temporarily suspended the account of investigative journalism group Project Veritas following its publication of internal documents from Silicon Valley company Pinterest.
According to a recent report, Tesla's rankings at job websites have dropped significantly following a series of layoffs and cost-cutting measures at the company, indicating a drop in morale amongst Elon Musk's employees.
Leftist Ars Technica journalist and male feminist Peter Bright has been arrested for soliciting sex from a minor online. According to the FBI, Bright sought sex with a 7-year-old and a 9-year-old.
YouTube has reportedly begun removing historical and educational videos relating to the Nazi regime as a result of a campaign by leftist Vox journalist and Youtube censorship advocate Carlos Maza.
In a series of tweets posted to its own platform, Twitter outlined a number of changes to its rules and policies. Users were skeptical that the company would enforce them fairly.
The Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe at Google are reportedly attempting to maintain business ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei despite the company's addition to the entity list by the U.S.
A recent report from MarketWatch claims that ahead of suspected antitrust investigations into Silicon Valley, tech giants may have to reveal to users how much their data is worth.
The Masters of the Universe are in for a higher level of scrutiny than they are used to as the DOJ and the FTC prepare to investigate major Silicon Valley tech giants.
"These accounts were not mass reported by the Chinese authorities - this was a routine action on our part" said Twitter.
Cryptocurrency analysts have made poor predictions for the performance of Facebook's new GlobalCoin cryptocurrency set to launch in 2020.
Elon Musk's Los Angeles Boring Company tunnel, which was linked to his ambitious Hyperloop project, is now just a normal small tunnel as according to Musk, "this is simple and just works.
Author Scott Adams stated in a recent video that President Donald Trump has "no chance of re-election" due to the power of the social media Masters of the Universe to shut down conservatives.
Mark Zuckerberg's social media giant Facebook reportedly plans to release its own cryptocurrency in 2020 called "GlobalCoin."
Anti-Trump twins Brian and Ed Krassenstein, who have made a name for themselves online by trolling President Donald Trump with a constant barrage of tweets, have been banned from Twitter over allegations of operating "multiple fake accounts.