HuffPost Deputy Opinion Editor Chloe Angyal claimed the company had succeeded in its goal to have “less than 50% white authors,” on Wednesday.
Despite Mark Zuckerberg’s claims that Facebook influencing an election was “ridiculous,” the company had a page of election “success stories” on their business website until it recently removed.
Representatives from the major American technology companies will be meeting with first lady Melania Trump next week as part of her platform to protect children from cyberbullying and other social media exposure.
Religion professor Alison Downie, who threw a student out of her class for arguing that there are only two genders, published a blog post earlier this year explaining why a group of smiling Christians sent her into an unanticipated rage.
Pop megastar Rihanna slammed a controversial ad from social media platform Snapchat, which she says brought ‘shame’ to victims of domestic violence.
Tesla employees are claiming that as much as 40 percent of the parts manufactured by the company are flawed, causing expensive rework and hurting employee morale.
This week, Professor Gad Saad explained to Breitbart News why it can be so difficult to intellectually engage social justice warriors — progressive politics has become their religion.
The Trump administration announced sanctions on Thursday against Russian individuals and organizations accused of interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The sanctions designate five entities and 19 individuals under legislation and executive orders aimed at punishing those who engage in malicious cyber-activities.
Twitter and YouTube allegedly targeted conservative commentator Steven Crowder, limiting his social media accounts and those of his staff, along with removing certain YouTube videos.
A Wisconsin public school district is limiting discourse on social privilege after parents complained about a Martin Luther King Jr. day exercise about “white privilege.”
iHeartMedia, the largest radio broadcaster in the United States, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy — owing $20 billion in debt.
In an article Wednesday, Bloomberg claimed “Amazon” has become a verb, with “Amazoned” now meaning “to have your business crushed because the company got into your industry.”
The Trump administration is imposing new sanctions against Russians who launched cyberattacks against the U.S. or tried to interfere in the 2016 presidential elections.
Workers at big tech companies anonymously spoke out against discriminatory hiring practices at their companies.
Analysis of Facebook traffic conducted by Western Journal is further confirmation that the platform’s recent newsfeed change was politically one-sided.
Astronaut Scott Kelly’s DNA was irrevocably altered by his time in space, according to NASA.
Retailers are quietly keeping score of the refund history of customers in a trend toward suspending return policies for unsatisfied customers.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn told Breitbart News Daily that “Silicon Valley elites are trying to impose their values” on Americans and other digital users.
Exclusive: Professor Gad Saad Gives Advice for Parents Sending Their Students to Progressive Universities
Celebrities took to Twitter to applaud as students walked out of school Wednesday in support of stricter gun control laws.
YouTube will add information from Wikipedia to “conspiracy theory” videos on the platform in an effort to combat alternative narratives, according to a report.
A startup claims that they can upload customer’s brains to the cloud in a process that is “100% fatal.”
Students in the Boston area marched on the streets to bring awareness to recent calls for gun control despite closures at many schools in the area due to a snowstorm.
Thousands of students walked out of class on Wednesday morning to pay tribute to the students that passed away in the recent Parkland shooting and to bring awareness to recent calls for gun control.
The CEO of blood-testing company Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, has been charged alongside the company’s former President Ramesh Balwani with “elaborate, years-long fraud” by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A 65-year-old woman in the city of Jönköping is set to be prosecuted on hate crime charges for claiming that mass Muslim immigration will lower the general IQ of the Swedish population.
French authorities are reportedly considering fining Apple and Google for allegedly taking advantage of smaller french tech firms.
Searches for hotels in the fictional African country of Wakanda are up by 620 percent, following the release of Black Panther.
A transgender woman has filed a lawsuit against Tinder, alleging discrimination against transgender users on the platform.
Facebook has banned pages run by the right-wing Britain First group across their platform.
World-famous physicist Professor Stephen Hawking has died at age 76.
The Telegraph reported that Hawking “died peacefully at his home in Cambridge in the early hours of Wednesday morning.”
March 14 (UPI) — In an effort to crackdown on what it calls “bad ads,” tech giant Google said starting this summer it will ban online advertisements for cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings. Google said the policy change, announced Wednesday,
Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” NYU marketing professor Scott Galloway followed up on his Esquire magazine piece calling on the break-up of the four major tech companies: Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. Galloway explained to host Tucker
A Good Samaritan stopped traffic on a Georgia road to help an elderly man with a walker cross the street.
Herbert London, president of the London Center for Policy Research and former president of the Hudson Institute, warned of threats posed to the U.S. by China’s ascendance in the realm of technological innovation.
Despite positive affirmations about progress toward sending humans further into space than ever before, SpaceX founder Elon Musk says that there is a “good chance you will die” if you participate in the early voyages to Mars.
Microsoft has received “hundreds” of gender discrimination and sexual harassment complaints since 2010, according to a report.
At a meeting with Bay Area Congressman Ro Khanna (D-CA), female tech leaders described a culture of sexism in Silicon Valley.
According to a new report, more than half of millennials are going through a “quarter-life” crisis.
Popular YouTube Star Jake Paul has taken to Twitter to call for gun reform, including a 30-day waiting period after gun purchase.
A+E Networks CEO Nancy Dubuc is set to become the next CEO of Vice Media, taking over from Vice Media co-Founder Shane Smith, following multiple sexual harassment allegations at the company.
A new poll from Gallup reveals that an increasing number of students believe that conservative speech is deterred on college campuses.
New York Times tech columnist Farhad Manjoo boasted about spending two months offline in an article this month. However, it has been revealed he used Twitter consistently throughout the period. “Manjoo wrote about what he learned from his two months
Google parent company Alphabet and Apple have both suffered big hits to their reputations according to an annual survey of corporate brands.
Pop megastar Bruno Mars has received the backing of several high-profile black celebrities after he was accused of culturally appropriating black music and profiting from it.