Following reports that British diver Vern Unsworth is considering legal action against Elon Musk after he referred to him as a "pedo guy," Musk has issued an apology.
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The British cave rescue hero that was called "pedo guy" by Elon Musk has stated that he is considering suing the billionaire.
Social media giant Facebook recently censored a music video produced by a gospel music group, claiming that it featured "political content."
An organization named Tech for Campaigns and based in Silicon Valley has a new mission — get Democrats elected.
Facebook reportedly gave Russian Internet company Mail.ru a two-week extension to disable features on its messaging apps which gave the foreign firm access to Facebook users' friendlists.
Researchers from Australia National University have discovered the oldest colors on record — 1.1 billion-year-old bright pink pigments extracted from rocks beneath the Sahara desert.
The CEO of cloud storage company Box has stated that the mistrust and possible regulation of major tech companies such as Facebook and Google is a 'contagion' that could spread to other Silicon Valley tech companies.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is sending a team of engineers to save a soccer team trapped in a cave in Thailand.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk reportedly has continued to sleep under his desk at the Tesla factory in Fremont, California, despite fans buying him a fold-out couch via a crowdfunding drive.
Hollywood actor Seth Rogen has accused Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey of protecting white supremacists using verification on the social media platform.
In a recently published article, the Wall Street Journal outlined how Google still allows developers to scan the Gmail accounts of its users — including having employees read unredacted emails — despite promises to stop this practice.
Facebook has acquired London-based Bloomsbury AI in an attempt to use the company's technology to fight "fake news" on their platform.
Facebook has admitted to sharing the personal data of its users with 61 different companies.
Social media Master of the Universe Facebook has once again been accused of leaking users personal information via a quiz app over a period of at least two years.
According to a recent survey released by the Pew Research Center, the majority of both Republicans and Democrats believe that social media websites at least "somewhat" censor political views.
According to a recent report, some Facebook investors are becoming tired of CEO Mark Zuckerberg's style of running the company and may be considering a coup.
The Norwegian Consumer Council has analyzed how Facebook and Google convince users to share more of their personal data in a new report.
In an effort to reach its projected output of 5,000 Model 3 cars a week by the end of this month, Tesla has reportedly constructed an assembly line in a giant tent outside their factory using spare parts.
Social media platform Twitter has revealed a number of steps it is taking to cut down on spam and "malicious automation" on the platform.
Ride-sharing app Uber has been granted a license to operate in London, England, for 15 months.
Netflix's share price has dropped this week following the firing of communications chief Jonathan Friedland after reports of Friedland's use of a racial slur.
Dr. Robert Epstein, a senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, recent published six reasons that Mark Zuckerberg should quit Facebook.
China is set to lift their "great firewall," which blocks large sections of the Internet, on a tropical island tourist destination to give foreigners access to websites like YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
Electric car manufacturer Tesla reportedly plans to close a dozen solar facilities in nine states in the U.S.
Martin Tripp, the former Tesla technician currently facing a lawsuit from the company over claims that he leaked company information, claims that Tesla CEO Elon Musk is 'waging war' on him unfairly.
According to a new report, rent increases in Silicon Valley are pricing some residents out of their own homes.
Twitter has reportedly purchased the anti-abuse technology software developer Smyte.
Microsoft employees are reportedly planning to take further action to convince the company to end their current contract with ICE.
Twitter has decided to enforce its rules relating to the sharing of personal information and has begun to ban usersthat are sharing the personal phone number of White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller.
Ride-sharing company Uber reportedly increased the number of self-driving car crash simulations following a fatal accident involving one of their self-driving cars that saw one woman killed.
Billionaire CEO's from across Silicon Valley have long been critical of President Trump's immigration policies, now with the latest immigration debate becoming a hot topic, many are directly funding opposition to the administration.
The Masters of the Universe at Facebook— and the site's users— have begun donating millions to a new donation page titled “reunite an immigrant parent with their child.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has claimed in a recent company email that an unnamed Tesla worker has purposefully caused'extensive and damaging sabotage' to Tesla's production line.
Twitter has allegedly told Pulp Fiction actor Samuel L. Jackson that his recent tweet directed towards President Trump, which many called homophobic, was not a "violation of Twitter rules.
Facebook has increased the power that the company's audit committee has in an attempt to avoid another data scandal,in what is being considered an attempt to satisfy shareholders.
In an email to employees, Tesla CEO Elon Musk called for "radical improvements" so that the company can reach quarterly targets.
Recently discovered tweets from the front page editor of the Verizon-owned news outlet the Huffington Post feature anti-semitic, homophobic and anti-police sentiments.
Facebook is reportedly set to meet with GOP officials today to discuss the censorship of conservatives across social media platforms.
Apple recently announced plans to update iPhone settings to disable the current most popular method for law enforcement officials to gain access to locked phones.
Elon Musk's The Boring Company has recently won a bid to construct a multi-billion dollar rapid transit system connecting O'Hare Airport to downtown Chicago.
A man from Florida was arrested recently after threatening to "shoot up" Disney World in a Facebook group.
Microsoft has announced plans to introduce GDPR-style privacy rules for all of their users worldwide.
One of Morgan Stanley's most optimistic Tesla stock analysts has cut his stock price target for the company to below current trading prices.
Tesla's Senior Vice President of Engineering announced recently that he would be taking a leave of absence from the company, at a time when the car manufacturer is rushing to meet production deadlines.
Facebook is facing a class-action lawsuit following the revelation that the company logged users' text and call logs using the Facebook smartphone app.
News Corp. CEO Robert Thomson has called on social media companies to create an algorithm review board to monitor abuse of social media algorithms.
According to a new study of Facebook's recent algorithm changes, which were designed to focus users' News Feeds on posts from friends and family, the algorithm changes have actuallymade users more unhappy.
Tech giants Facebook and Google have banned advertisements related to Ireland's upcoming abortion referendum this month.
Facebook is reportedly overhauling its entire management structure following its recent user data scandal.
Apple has reportedly begun removing apps from their store that share users location data with third parties.
Executives from tech companies such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook are set to attend a discussion on Artificial Intelligence at the White House on Thursday.
Intercontinental Exchange, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, is reportedly developing an online cryptocurrency exchange.
The two largest advertising platforms on the internet, Google and Facebook, have announced plans to stop bail bonds services from advertising on their platforms.
Event ticketing giant Ticketmaster has partnered with a facial recognition software developer in an effort to create a concert experience that doesn't require a physical or digital ticket at all — just your face.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter recently in an attempt to explain his comments on a recent conference call which has been described by many as "bizarre.
Conservative street artist Sabo has taken aim at Google CEO Sundar Pichai — and the way his company profits off userdata— in his latest art installations.
Following the announcement of Facebook's new dating feature, privacy experts have expressed skepticism surrounding the company's new direction.
A new malware attack is targeting Facebook users' passwords and money via the Facebook Messenger app.
Social media company Twitter has advised users to change their account passwords after it was discovered that a bug resulted in user passwords being stored in an insecure manner.
Facebook is joining tech giants such as Amazon and Google in an attempt to place an always listening "home assistant" device in users' homes.
Tesla stock has taken a dive following what has been described as a "bizarre" conference call with CEO Elon Musk.
Canadian columnist and host of theGlazov Gang, Jamie Glazov, was suspended from Twitter after he posted direct quotes from theQur’an and Hadith.
Facebook has fired an employee who allegedly used company tools to stalk women across the Internet.
Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Will ‘Dial Up the Intensity’ of News ‘Suppression’ Leading Up to Midterm Elections
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated recently that the company plans to "dial up the intensity" of news suppression leading towards the U.S. midterm elections.
Social media firm Facebook unveiled their latest attempt to copy an existing app's idea with the introduction of a new dating feature that bears a striking resemblance to popular dating app Tinder.
Taking a page from Reddit's book, Facebook reportedly has plans to introduce a new voting system on comments across the platform including both upvotes and downvotes.
WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum has announced plans to leave the company following multiple clashes with parent company Facebook.
Facebook has reportedly begun warning investors that "intense media coverage" of the company's latest user data scandal could lead to lower user numbers and overall revenue.
Amazon has chosen to increase the price of Amazon Prime memberships after reporting a huge quarterly profit.
Facebook invited a number of conservative think tanks and free market groups to a secretive meeting in Washington, D.C., where they were forced to sign strict legal agreements to prevent discussion of the event.
PragerU has released a statement on its plans to further battle Google's censorship of its content.
Masters of the Universe: Google, Facebook, Twitter Decline to Appear Before House Judiciary Committee
Facebook, Google, and Twitter all declined to attend a hearing being held by the House Judiciary Committee on online censorship
Masters of the Universe: The Disturbing Social Media History of Trump-Hating Google Engineer Alon Altman
The Google employee who called on the company to disable President Trump's Android phone has a history of financially supporting affiliates of violent far-left Antifa groups and is a member of a prostitution and sex work social network.
User losses and a drop-off in advertiser spending will be the focus for investors as Facebook gets ready to release their first-quarter results this week.
Breitbart News reporter Warner Todd Huston was recently suspended from Twitter for stating his belief that transgender people suffer from mental illness.
Facebook has published a 27-page document outlining how the company moderates content on their platform and a new appeals process for users who believe their content was unfairly deleted.
Amazon is reportedly limiting which users are allowed to review former FBI Director James Comey's new book A Higher Loyalty.
YouTube reportedly demonetized an interview with Dave Rubin of the popular internet show the Rubin Report and American political philosopher and author Thomas Sowell. The video was monetized shortly after Rubin publicly demanded an explanation from YouTube.
In an article published on his blog 500ish Words, Google Ventures partner M.G. Siegler published an article titled "Arrogance Peaks in SiliconValley" which claims tech executives in Silicon Valley are becoming increasingly out of touch with reality.
Facebook has made moves to shrink their legal responsibilities under new EU data laws by storing as much international user dataas possible in the United State instead of Ireland
Facebook has suspended conservative comedian Terrence K. Williams for posting screenshots of hate mail he received from liberals.
According to an updated complaint from former Google engineer James Damore's class-action lawsuit, Google reserves certain jobs specifically for "diverse individuals."
Facebook has admitted to tracking the personal details of people without Facebook accounts across the web using Facebook "Like" buttons.
Elon Musk's electric car company Tesla has stopped production on their already delayed Model 3 sedan and has replaced their automated production robots with human workers.
Facebook could reportedly face billions of dollars in fines over their facial recognition features due to an Illinois law relating to the collection of biometric data.
CNN has defended Facebook in an article discussing the alleged limiting of YouTube stars Diamond and Silk's Facebook page — while benefiting from the sites recently changed News Feed algorithm.
Canadian columnist Jamie Glazov was suspended from Facebook after he posted screenshots of abuse he received for criticising Islam.
Tech giant Apple has warned employees not to leak any internal information — according to a leaked internal memo.
Following CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress, Facebook is facing yet another internal investigation relating to user privacy issues.
Google is developing a new deep learning system that can pick out a single voice from a crowd of people — here is how the technology works.
According to a new report, nearly 1 in 10 Americans surveyed have deleted their Facebook account citing privacy fears as their motivation forleaving the platform.
Following Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's recent hearing before Congress, many have worried that Facebook is censoring the news they see on the social media platform. The social media "Masters of the Universe" are — but here is how to stop it.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has called for greater regulation of Silicon Valley companies and particularly artificial intelligence, to stop the spread of "fake news."
While testifying before Congress this week, Mark Zuckerberg stated that Facebook faces fierce competition in the marketplace from at least 8 major apps, but in fact, Facebook owns or has a version of each of the apps that supposedly threatens them.
In a change of pace from lawmakers questioning Mark Zuckerberg about his platform, Representative Chris Collins (R-NY) praised both Zuckerberg and Facebook, saying "And I sincerely know in my heart that you do believe in keeping all ideas equal.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted today to altering the site's algorithm to shut down certain speech on the platform.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg claimed before Congress today that YouTube stars Diamond and Silk were limited on the platform due to an ‘enforcement error.’
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before the Senate yesterday about user privacy at his company, but his notes from this hearing have since been leaked after they were captured in a photograph.
While testifying before the Senate, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dodged providing a definition of what constituted "hate speech" on the Facebook platform.
Appearing before the Senate, Mark Zuckerberg admitted that Facebook is responsible for content posted on their platform.