The conservative activist grassroots group FreedomWorks engaged in nearly 300,000 online actions urging Republican senators to preserve Internet freedom during its “Digital Day of Action.”
A teacher at a South Jersey high school was suspended last week after he condemned the school’s lack of security in the wake of recent school shootings.
CNN President Jeff Zucker called on regulators to investigate Facebook and Google at a recent conference in Barcelona.
According to Twitter’s 2017 annual report, the company’s $70 million investment in the audio streaming platform SoundCloud was a huge failure.
A new lawsuit brought against Google alleges that the company’s office “bro culture” led to sexual harassment against a female engineer.
Mindy Robinson, a conservative actress and wife of former UFC fighter Randy Couture, was banned from posting to Facebook for 30 days after she shared abusive messages she received on the platform. After a Breitbart News request for comment and outreach from fans, Facebook has reversed the suspension.
Claims that violent video games or violent movies are causally linked to school shootings and other acts of real-world violence are not supported by the scientific literature.
Legendary funk music pioneer George Clinton rejected the idea of so-called culture appropriation in music and pop culture.
Parents have hit out at a Bristol primary school’s decision to bring “drag queens” in to condition young children against “hate crime”.
The NRA gave FCC Chairman Ajit Pai its Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire award at CPAC for saving the Internet.
A group of free-speech lawyers filed the most serious legal challenge yet to Twitter’s censorship policies Tuesday in San Francisco County Superior Court, seeking a ruling preventing Twitter from banning users purely on the basis of their views and political associations.
The communist People’s Republic of China has been waging “unrestricted war” against the United States as its top financial and cyber adversary, cautioned national security expert Frank Gaffney during a 2018 CPAC event Friday.
Leftist protesters in Washington, DC, projected text reading “Dreamers Deserve Protection” on the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center where CPAC is taking place this year.
A panel at CPAC 2018 on the topic of social media censorship faced protests on Friday, after attendees asked how the organizers were any different from social networks for deplatforming the Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft. During the Q&A session of
The media is rejoicing at a ruling by the National Labor Review Board (NLRB) which claims that Google was within its rights to fire its former software engineer, James Damore, for questioning company diversity policies. Except there’s one snag: the NLRB “ruling” wasn’t a ruling at all – it’s an internal advice memo with no effect on Damore’s current legal claims.
Intel has confirmed that they did not alert security officials about the “Meltdown” and “Spectre” CPU bugs until the security vulnerabilities were made public.
A new report from Cambridge University warns that rogue states, criminal gangs, and terrorist organizations could use artificial intelligence technology to wreak untold havoc in the very near future.
Princeton professor Eddie Glaude argued on MSNBC this week that “toxic masculinity” is at the heart of America’s “gun culture.”
The University of California, San Diego, is refusing to act on the demands of a petition calling for the university to cancel a course on the films of Woody Allen.
A new lawsuit from a former employee claims that Tesla knowingly sold faulty cars that they referred to as “lemons” to the public.
Snapchat’s market value dropped $1.3 billion after Kylie Jenner dropped a tweet critical of the platform’s most recent update.
Actors from the popular TV series Parks and Recreation attacked the National Rifle Association after the group used of a gif featuring a character from the NBC show.
Futurist Professor Michio Kaku claimed smart robots could “become dangerous,” and that humans may have to “merge” with machines, during an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) session on Reddit this week.
A professor at an Australian university recently published an academic journal article that highlights the “horrors” of heterosexuality.
“[A] lot of bad things are happening to young kids and young minds, and their minds are being fooled,” Trump said, citing “violence” in video games that were “shaping young people’s thoughts.”
The Harvard community is expressing its disappointment that another white male has been selected to serve as university president.
A long-form piece in the New York Times Magazine highlights how Google is under increasing scrutiny for anticompetitive practices and how it may lead to government regulation.
Stanford University announced this semester that male students are banned from the university gym twice a week in order to promote “inclusivity.”
A judge has blown up a lawsuit brought by Disney like the Death Star, after the company tried to stop Redbox from selling digital download codes for its movies.
Guardian and HuffPost contributor Karen Geier expressed hope on Twitter that North Korean communist dictator Kim Jong Un would “drop a bomb on CPAC” this week.
Rap, media, and fashion mogul and entrepreneur Russell Simmons said in an Instagram post on Tuesday that he is Bali, Indonesia, where he is ‘closed for spiritual maintenance,’ following multiple rape accusations.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Intel Corp plans to invest $5 billion to expand production at its Kiryat Gat plant in southern Israel, Israeli Economy Minister Eli Cohen said on Wednesday after talks with the U.S. chipmaker.
The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Mercedes-Benz for equipping its diesel vehicles with emissions testing “defeat” devices similar to those that cost Volkswagen $32 billion.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will publish its net neutrality order repeal on Thursday, which will allow activists to sue the agency to attempt to block the agency’s “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” from taking effect.
Journalist and author Mike Cernovich has called on CNN to donate the profits earned from advertisements during coverage of the Parkland school shooting to charity.
A former Twitter employee blamed the company’s head of trust and safety, Del Harvey, after the platform locked out thousands of conservative users overnight.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has announced that he is building a 500-foot tall clock inside a West Texas mountain.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has announced the cancellation of a discriminatory tutoring program that only asked white students to pay.
On his way home after the Munich Security Conference last week, Secretary of Defense James Mattis speculated that artificial intelligence could change the “fundamental nature of war.” The impression given by the security conference is that no one is truly prepared for that change.
Members of Yale University’s historic Whiffenpoofs a cappella singing group announced this week that they will admit their first female member.
A private citizen received online abuse after CNN tracked her down and publicly shamed her for unknowingly sharing a “Russian-coordinated event” on her Facebook page.
#TwitterLockOut became the number one trending hashtag on Twitter, Wednesday, after conservatives reported various account sanctions, including the loss of thousands of followers.
Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence hit back at feminists who attacked her for wearing a ‘revealing’ dress in cold weather, writing on Facebook Wednesday that she is “extremely offended” and calling her critics ‘sexist.’
Conservative commentator Pam Geller revealed on Breitbart News Daily on Wednesday morning that her panel on free speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) had been canceled because she refused to remove Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit as a participant.
The European Union Capital of Culture competition has rejected the city of Székesfehérvár after claiming a video presented by the city’s mayor showed the city to be too white and Christian.