Tech giant Facebook has apologized for mistakenly labeling the White House Social Media Director, Dan Scavino Jr., as a "bot," or automated account, on its platform.
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The E.U. has once again fined tech giant Google for breaching antitrust rules, making it the third time in three years that Google has faced penalties.
White House Social Media Director Dan Scavino Jr., was recently blocked from commenting by Facebook which has yet to provide an explanation for the action.
A recent report from the Daily Caller alleges that a Google VP stepped in to block a Christian video on gay marriage from running on the tech giant's Youtube advertising platform.
Antivirus manufacturer Malwarebytes published a blog post recently outlining why Google's latest privacy scandal is so damaging to user trust.
Facebook was recently forced to restore Senator Elizabeth Warren's campaigns ads which called for the breakup of Big Tech.
Tesla's former head of the Global Security Operations Center & Investigations, Sean Gouthro, has reportedly filed a whistleblower submission with the SEC in relation to his time at Tesla, including new details about Musk's infamous "funding secured" tweet.
Google has revealed that a recent update to its Chrome web browser includes a fix for a bug which could leave the browser vulnerable to hackers.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast recently alongside Twitter'sLegal, Policy and Trust & Safety Lead Vijaya Gadde and independent journalist Tim Pool.
Following the settlement of a $920 million bond payment, Tesla announced its new Model Y vehicle, but the sudden timing of the announcement has raised concerns amongst analysts about consumer demand for Tesla cars.
According to a recent report, U.S. companies installedmore robots in 2018 than ever before across a number of industries. Robot usage by Food and consumer goods industries surged 60 percent over 2017.
In a recent article, CNBC noted that Tesla CEO Elon Musk's latest tweets — which may see him held in contempt of his SEC settlement — prove that the company's board can't or won't control him.
Recent insider leaks from Project Veritas reveal that Facebook actively works to censor even moderate conservatives, labeling a video by BlazeTV's Lauren Chen as "destructive behavior."
A woman fromGainesville, Florida, was shocked recently when she discovered videos featuring themes of suicide, school shootings and abuse on her child'sYouTube Kids app, which claims to feature a curated selection of YouTube content appropriate for kids.
Leaked Facebook documents including court filings and internal discussions by Facebook employees reveal how the company planned to sell user data for profit.
The SEC has asked a federal judge to hold Tesla CEO Elon Musk in contempt over hisrecent production boasts, claiming the embattled CEO has "not made a diligent or good faith effort" to comply with the settlement he agreed to.
Following recent reports that certain popular apps were sharing sensitive user information with Tesla, at least four of these apps have agreed to stop doing so.
Business Insider reports that Tesla's board of directors is not doing a particularly good job of policing CEO Elon Musk's social media posts, one of the main requirements of both Musk and Tesla's SEC settlement.
Instagram has deleted a post made by Donald Trump Jr. about the unfolding events surrounding the case of actor Jussie Smollett.
According to theWashington Post, Facebook is in the process of negotiating with the FTC over a multi-billion dollar fine that would settle the agency's investigation into Facebook's privacy breaches.
Comedian Terrence K. Williams appeared on Breitbart News Daily Thursday to discuss the effect of modern politics on the world of comedy, pointing out that mainstream leftist comedy likeSaturday Night Livehas become so hate-filled that he believes that America should “Stop calling it comedy, it’s not comedy.
Sam Abuelsamid, a senior research analyst for Navigant, recently told Business Insider that Tesla CEO Elon Musk's comments about Tesla's autopilot capabilities could put drivers at risk.
The Pentagon's Inspector General recently announced plans to begin a review of the Air Force's certification of the SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket.
A new analysis of data from crashes involving Tesla vehicles has reportedly refuted claims previously made by theNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) about the safety of Elon Musk's electric vehicles.
According to recent reports, the cold weather across the country has begun to affect electric vehicles, much to the annoyance of many Tesla owners.
Social media giant Facebook reportedly plans to give employees bonuses if they help the company to achieve "social good."
The Mercury News published an editorial which criticizes Facebook and it's CEO Mark Zuckerberg for a recent scandal relating to an app which collected usage data from teenagers.
A top security consultant for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently told reporters that he has questioned Lauren Sanchez's brother over leaked texts published in the National Enquirer.
NewsGuard, the news publication ranking extension run by establishment media figures along with former Clinton, Obama and Bush administration members, warns that Breitbart is "Fake News" 13 times in one Google search.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk discussed the issue of demand for Tesla cars on an investor call Wednesday, stating that demand is "insanely high," but that people just cannot afford Tesla's cars.
Social media giant Facebook posted a record quarterly profit this week despite a year filled with user data breaches and company scandals.
Marine CorpsFirst Lt. Walker D. Mills published an opinion piece in DefenseNews recently asking Silicon Valley giant Google to help America defend itself.
Following yet another crash related to Tesla's autopilot feature, Elon Musk's electric car manufacturer has claimed that the driver's use of autopilot was "contrary to proper use.
Despite Microsoft and NewsGuard working to brand the Drudge Report as "fake news," the conservative news website was the first to break the news about the temporary re-opening of the government in a monster scoop of the NewsGuard approved establishment media.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg published an op-ed in theWall Street Journalthis week in which he comes to the defense of his scandal-ridden social media platform.
Elon Musk's Tesla announced a reduction in the production of its Model S and Model X vehicles, resulting in its share price dropping sharply this week.
NewsGuard, the news publication ranking extension run by establishment media figures along with former Clinton, Obama and Bush administration members, has rated a number of websites which wrongly attacked the students of Covington Catholic High School as "trustworthy.
TheGuardian published an article recently which outlines how some of Elon Musk's charitable interests have benefited his own various businesses and personal interests.
The House Intelligence Committee has reportedly requested information from Twitter related to the original account that tweeted a video of students from Covington Catholic High School causing the hate hoax to go viral.
A new report claims that Tesla has refused to pay a laid-off worker bonus payments linked to his hiring and performance.
Just oneday after announcing an increase in charging prices at Supercharger stations worldwide, Tesla has now stated that the announced price increases are being rolled back after customer backlash.
Elon Musk's Tesla has drastically increased the price of their Supercharger stations worldwide shortly after the company announced mass layoffs and the shutdown of their referral program.
A few days after Elon Musk's rocket company SpaceX announced that it was cutting ten percent of its workforce, his electric car company Tesla has said it is cutting seven percent of its workforce as well.
According to a recent report, the use of the word "family" caused many Google employees to freak out, arguing that the term was homophobic.
Google has been downranking pro-life videos in abortion-relatedsearch results on YouTube, as uncovered as part of manual blacklisting and manipulation of search results uncovered by Breitbart News'Allum Bokhari.
Ford, Nissan, and GM announced new moves into the world of electric vehicles, creating further competition for Elon Musk's Tesla.
Google employees reportedly plan to launch a social media campaign in order to pressure Google and the other Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to change their policies surrounding workplace harassment.
According to a recent report, Elon Musk's space exploration firm SpaceX islaying off about ten percent of the company's staff, saying in a statement that SpaceX "must become a leaner company.
Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted images of the now completed starship "Hopper" test flight rocket to great praise from the tech media, but those on social media noted it's lack of similarity to artist's renderings and remain skeptical of its flight worthiness.
TheWall Street Journal published an article recently which questions whether the iPhone is soon going to become obsolete.
The Wall Street Journal revealed that CAIR lobbied social media giant Twitter to blacklist outspoken conservative activist Laura Loomer from the platform over her remarks about Rep.
In court on Monday, an Uber driver in Michigan pleaded guilty to murdering six strangers in between picking up paying passengers.
Tech giant Apple is reportedly facing a potential class-action lawsuit from shareholders for failing to warn them of the lack of demand for new iPhones.
Hackers have reportedly begun using inactive Twitter accounts to spread propaganda on behalf of the Islamic State, thanks to a bug on the platform that has existed for a decade.
A Chicago judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought against tech giant Google over its use of facial recognition technology.
Online scammers are reportedly using fake Netflix billing emails in an attempt to steal users' personal and financial data.
Elon Musk has a history of well documented personal vendettas against many people and organizations. This does not bode well for the future of his companies, as demonstrated in a recent 60 Minutesinterview.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has gained a reputation for often acting rashly and aggressively, here are the CEO's five biggest freakouts of 2018.
As Christmas draws closer by the day, Breitbart News has chosen to list some of the most fun and popular websites for our readers to visit during the Christmas season.
Tesla's Director of Investor Relations Aaron Chew has left the firm along with Gigafactory Vice President Jens Peter Clausen, marking over 100 executives that have abandoned the electric-car manufacturer this year.
Facebook is reportedly developing a new cryptocurrency to be used for transferring money via the popular messaging app WhatsApp.
Social media firm Facebook reportedly used data obtained from the Chinese company Huawei, which has been referred to as a "security threat" by U.S. intelligence, for the platform's "People You May Know" feature.
Veteran tech journalist Walt Mossberg has quit Facebook, stating that the social media giant's actions have diverged with his own values and that he is no longer "comfortable" on the platform.
Facebook recently refused to run Christ buying guide advertisements from Christian gaming review website "Christ Centered Gamer," a decision the social media giant told Breitbart News was an "error," but the company has made no move to reverse the decision and has not contacted Chris Centered Gamer since.
Google has announced plans to develop a New York campus costing $1 billion as the company doubles the size of its workforce in the city.
Popular author and creator of the "Dilbert" comic strip, Scott Adams, attacked tech giant Google in a recent Periscope live broadcast for labeling him as a "Nazi.
Tech giant Apple has announced plans to build a new campus costing $1 billion in Austin, Texas, as part of its ongoing U.S. expansion. The facility will eventually employ 15,000 workers ranging from engineers to customer support representatives.
E-commerce giant Amazon has reportedly fired a number of employees accused of providing independent sellers with insidecompany information.
Ahead of his appearance today before the House Judiciary Committee, Google CEO Sundar Pichai claimed to lead the tech giant "without political bias" in his written testimony.
Boring Company founder Elon Musk promised in a tweet that the underground tunnel drilling and construction company will unveil "road legal autonomous transports cars & ground to tunnel car elevators" when it unveils its Los Angeles tunnel project on December 18.
Internal Facebook emails published by U.K. MP's reveal some of Facebook's most cutthroat business practices, including cutting off competitors' access to their tools and in other cases, shutting down anypossible competition altogether.
Internal Facebook Documents Reveal Zuckerberg Discussed Selling User Data to Developers, Advertisers
Internal Facebook documents published by U.K. MP's have revealed that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed selling user data to developers and advertisers with staff.
A group of British MP's, seemingly upset at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's refusal to appear before the U.K. Parliament, have released a cache of seized Facebook documents.
280,000 protesters known as "Yellow Vests" took to the streets of France this week to protest the government's increased carbon tax, and they used social media to organize these protests.
During a climate change town hall event, Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) criticized Elon Musk's Tesla for receiving government funding, saying that the government got "no return on our investment" in the company.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine recently stated that he criticized SpaceX founder Elon Musk for smoking marijuana during a live video podcast, saying Musk "did not inspire confidence.
A new report claims that Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg directly ordered opposition research on billionaire philanthropist George Soros, a claim which she previously denied.
The Department of Justice recently revealed that it is charging WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange for the dump of classified U.S. documents in 2010 — in stark contrast with the agency's selective enforcement against Hillary Clinton, who had classified information on her personal email server left open to the world's hackers.
As the November midterms draw to a close, the clear winners in the race are the social media Masters of the Universe who have generated millions of dollars from online political advertising.
Public databases launched by Facebook and Google before the midterm elections provide insight into how quickly the firms remove political advertisements that they believe break their platform's rules.
Facebook has blocked a number of political ads from Republicans ahead of the November midterm elections. Here are the ads blacklisted by the social media platform.
Twitter has reportedly deleted as many as 10,000 accounts at the request of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, a party group that supports Democrats running for the U.S.
In a recent interview, President Donald Trump stated that his administration was "looking at" whether or not the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe have violated antitrust laws.
Vice News received approval to publish Facebook ads in the names of every U.S. senator in a further illustration of the weakness of the social media giants "paid for" attribution system for political ads.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated recently that the upcoming U.S. midterm elections will be "a real test" of the company's ability to crack down on "hate speech" and misinformation.
Breitbart News recently revamped the entire website, introducing a number of new features including the "Listen to Story" feature. Readers will now be able to keep up on the news when their eyes are needed elsewhere.
In a surprising and confusing move, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has removed his official titles from both Tesla and SpaceX, dubbing himself the official "Nothing of Tesla.
A new report from theNew York Timesalleges that the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe at Google protected executives accused of sexual misconduct for years, even keeping an executive's mistress on the payroll.
Twitter's revenue for the third quarter was higher than expected, but the number of monthly active users on the platform— a key social media metric — has declined.
A conspiracy theory alleging that the culprit behind the attempted bomb attacks on former President Obama, the Clintons, and others is a Trump supporter became the top trend on Twitter today.
According toFederal Election Commission filings, employees of Silicon Valley's Masters of the Universe have donated millions to Democrat House and Senate candidates ahead of the midterm elections.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan faced no punishment from Twitter for his comments comparing Jewish people to termites— because he didn't single out a particular Jewish person— but conservatives in similar circumstances have been banned.
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow recently interviewed Breitbart Tech Senior Reporter Allum Bokhari about the recently leaked internal Google documents known as "The Good Censor."
A writer for Marvel comics and the Star Wars extended universe has been fired from his job after posting a number of explicit tweets attacking Republicans and the GOP over the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh.
According to recent reports, Elon Musk's Tesla forced employees to "renew their vows" to the company, and the company's recent claims that the Tesla Model 3 is the "safest car" have been debunked by the NHTSA.
The outgoing CEO of 21st Century Fox, James Murdoch, is reportedly next in line to replace Tesla CEO Elon Musk as the chairman of Tesla's board, despite activist investors noting a "troubling history" as a director.
Uber to Lobby for Road Tolling in Seattle as Part of Pledge to Invest $10 Million in 'Sustainable Mobility'
As part of its pledge to invest $10 million in "sustainable mobility," ride-sharing app Uber plans to lobby for road tolling— used to alleviate trafic in some cities outside of the U.S.
Electric car manufacturer Tesla is reportedly on the lookout for a new manager to control the company's CEO, Elon Musk, as it seeks to replace him as chairman of the board.
Free Speech Platform Gab.com has reportedly had its payment processing services shut off by Stripe — but will be switching to a new payment processor very soon.
Following the test of the Presidential Alert system which displayed a notification on all U.S. citizens' phones, users across the Internet turned the notification into a meme— re-writing the contents of the notification for comedic effect.