Austrian hipster-right Identitarian leader Martin Sellner was detained and refused entry to Britain on Friday at Heathrow airport ahead of a planned speech at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park, London.
A former middle school cafeteria worker in Minnesota has pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit text messages and nude pictures to a 15-year-old student.
Brighton & Hove City Council will equip staff with badges declaring their “preferred pronouns” as part of a project seeking to educate the public that making assumptions about a person’s sex “can be hurtful and distressing”. Council and voluntary sector
A Cuban-American human rights group has documented dozens of Twitter accounts, allegedly belonging to young Cubans on the island, posting pro-communist propaganda and using photos of actors and models as their photos.
Netflix released a clip from its upcoming documentary about Rachel Dolezal – who was born white but spent years posing as a black civil rights leader — and social media exploded with rage and accusations of ‘white privilege.’
Pro-choice actress Jessica Chastain made a charitable contribution to one of her pro-life Instagram followers on Thursday after the two had a brief debate about abortion.
Orange County found 13,950 used hypodermic needles left by evicted homeless people along the Santa Ana River, confirming public health concerns that led to the camps’ removal.
Twitter executives hosted a Periscope video livestream recently where they asked for advice on how to fix their platform and stated their wish to be the “most trusted service in the world.”
President Trump reportedly showed a compilation of graphic scenes from modern video games to entertainment industry executives during a meeting about the effects of violent media on teenagers.
The student editorial board for the Indiana University student newspaper argued that “toxic masculinity” was behind the recent Parkland shooting.
One-third of young voters supported President Trump during the 2016 presidential election, and Trump’s recent attempts to blame video games for violence could lose them.
Turkish people who went online to download some of the most popular software available on the market instead received government spyware, according to a report.
Pat McCargo, the Chair of the Education Committee for the Cherry Hill African American Civic Association, argued at a public school board meeting on student safety that police might use “brown boys” as “target practice” if they were placed in schools.
According to a new report, Facebook users are spending 24 percent less time on the platform.
Oxford University has issued a public apology after a photo of a female custodian cleaning the campus on International Women’s Day went viral on social media.
Google’s craziest employees accuse CPAC 2018 of giving a platform to “hate,” “xenophobia,” “sexism” and “ethno-nationalism.”
More than half of millennials are “seeking relief from social media,” according to a report.
A Central Texas school district is working alongside local, state, and federal agencies in an investigation launched after underage students found themselves blackmailed on Snapchat by a stranger seeking sexually explicit photos.
A longtime Harvard professor facing multiple sexual harassment allegations announced Tuesday that he would retire at the end of the Spring 2018 semester.
In a surprising turn of events, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has taken to social media to make a case for President Trumps recently proposed tariffs.
Left-wing activists and journalists took to Twitter Thursday to complain about Disney hiring popular filmmaker and white male Jon Favreau for a new Star Wars series on International Women’s Day.
In a Thursday column for Psychology Today, Professor Gad Saad argues that advocates of “toxic masculinity” theory are dangerously pathologizing manhood.
Guns N’ Roses co-founder and frontman Axl Rose took to Twitter this week a blasted Apple CEO Tim Cook, comparing him in a negative light to President Donald Trump.
A Princeton University researcher argued this week in an op-ed that partisan politics should be kept out of the U.S. public school system.
Cato Institute Senior Fellow Walter Olson penned an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal this week in which he mused on whether or not Yale University would accept an applicant who protested in favor of Second Amendment rights.
Most Americans think A.I. will destroy more jobs than it creates, however less than a quarter are afraid of being replaced themselves, according to a report.
Snapchat’s parent company Snap is set to layoff 100 employees from their engineering team following a tough few months for the company.
The Wall Street Journal published an article recently explaining how Facebook chooses which ads to target users with — and it’s not by spying on you through your phone’s microphone.
All of Facebook’s Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets have reportedly been disabled worldwide due to an expired certificate.
President Trump is set to meet with leading figures in the video gaming industry Thursday, following the Parkland school shooting in February, despite the fact that his claim video games influence violence has been factually disproven.
Multiple users have reported that Amazon Echo devices have been emitting creepy laughter and ignoring users commands.
János Lázár’s video, which claimed migrants had made Vienna more dangerous and dirtier, was removed by social media giant Facebook after a massive backlash.
Congress and the American public should reject the resisters’ cynical ploy to regulate our broadband infrastructure under the false pretense that Washington must save the Internet.
Fitness expert Derek Bees argued in a column this week that the “fat acceptance” movement is causing some Americans to give up on life-saving exercise.
In a tweet, Brad Parscale told Facebook, Google, and Twitter to “make sure the playing field is level.”
Sri Lanka has reportedly blocked access to social media and messaging sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp in an attempt to prevent “hate speech.”
Ride-sharing company Uber reportedly purchased half the tickets to the opening night of a new satirical play being performed in London which was inspired by the company’s many scandals.
A group of Antifa protesters stormed a Sargon of Akkad event after assaulting security guards during an event hosted at King’s College in London this week.
A report from the Los Angeles Times is highlighting the diminishing amount of male doctors in the gynecology field.
BlackBerry has filed a lawsuit against Facebook, alleging patent infringement.
According to CNN, BlackBerry claimed in their lawsuit “that the social media companies developed messaging applications that ‘co-opt BlackBerry’s innovations’ by using patented features touching on security, the user interface, and battery life.”
Best Buy’s Geek Squad tech support service has been accused of having a “close relationship” with the FBI, allegedly taking money in return for information and evidence of customers’ criminal activity, according to a report.
The New York Times published a long-form article recently discussing the new documentary from Breitbart News Senior Editor-At-Large Peter Schweizer titled The Creepy Line.
The promoter of the failed Fyre Festival in the Bahamas — once billed as the “cultural experience of the decade” — pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges Tuesday, agreeing to serve up to a decade in prison for lying to investors who lost over $26 million.
More details about the American employee of Marriott International who lost his job for violating China’s authoritarian speech codes are coming to light.
CNN, the New York Times and the Washington Post are the big winners from Facebook’s recent algorithm change.