Several celebrities took to social media and hit the streets to join the student activists and others who marched in Washington, DC, and in other cities across the country in support of gun control.
Former President Barack Obama tweeted out a message to the anti-Second Amendment activists marching all around the country, saying that he and Michelle are “so inspired” and that “nothing can stand in the way of millions of voices calling for change.”
In the last week, liberal corporations and anti-gun interests have launched a new salvo in the gun control battle.
Harry Potter author and millionaire left-wing activist J.K. Rowling has been criticized by fellow activists for liking a “transphobic” post on Twitter, which described transgender women as “men in dresses.”
Elon Musk has responded to the recent data scandal at Facebook by deleting both Tesla and SpaceX’s pages as part of the #DeleteFacebook backlash against the social media giant.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) charged one Iranian entity and nine Iranians on Friday in a hacking scheme to steal intellectual property and information from at least 144 United States-based universities, various companies, and government agencies for private financial gain.
A New York Times column published this week by David Brooks argues that modern America values identity over individual thought.
An article published on health information site Heathline this month argues that doctors discriminate against their overweight patients.
Professor Jennifer McErlean of Siena College in Albany, New York, has come under fire after she called conservative student organizations “evil” in an email.
Personal advertisements on Craigslist have been shut down following the passing of an anti-sex trafficking bill.
Breitbart News Senior Tech Correspondent Allum Bokhari joined Breitbart News Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow on SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily, Friday, to discuss Silicon Valley’s double standard on free speech and regulation.
Google Deep Learning researcher François Chollet took to Twitter recently to outline Facebook’s use of “digital information consumption” as a “psychological control vector,” while also describing the company’s interest in A.I., adding “Personally, it really scares me.”
In a recent interview, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears to be opening up to the idea of government regulation of tech companies, including his own.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has described “three converging forces” shaping world politics: populist nationalism, the emergence of blockchain and cryptocurrency, and the movement for “digital sovereignty” in the face of overmighty tech firms.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said in a recent interview that the social media giant is “open to regulation” by the government.
Since when did we get to the stage where free speech needs defending? Where jokes – in however poor taste – suddenly become justification for a prison sentence?
Police Scotland has come under fire on social media after posting a message threatening to hunt down anonymous Twitter users in the wake of the ‘Nazi Pug’ controversy.
An Iowa salon was slammed on social media after it posted a photo of Ivanka Trump and Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds showing off their new looks after going to the salon for a touch-up.
Zuckberg confirms that Facebook will no longer be a neutral platform for free speech – it will be edited from the top down.
A woman has been arrested on Wednesday in Raleigh, North Carolina, and her child taken into protective custody after a Facebook video of the baby smoking went viral, police said.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch now consumes a whopping 600,000 square miles of the Pacific Ocean.
Robert Epstein, a Senior research psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, published an op-ed recently claiming that Cambridge Analytica are not the problem in the latest user data scandal, but tech giants Facebook and Google themselves are.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is considering eliminating 13 majors that they believe do not provide a clear path to employment.
An editorial in China’s state-run Global Times this week called for a national strategy to displace the United States as the world leader in artificial intelligence technology.
A group of conservative students at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, had a collection of posters torn down by their peers last week.
Mark Zuckerberg is dancing to the tune of politicians, corporations and global elites, not his own users.
A professor at Seattle University argues in a new book that video games promote “toxic meritocracy” or the expectation that the most skilled, hardest working player should win.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has claimed posts under the popular #deletefacebook hashtag, which are encouraging users to withdraw from the social network, are “not good,” but added that deletions have not reached a “meaningful number.”
Wednesday afternoon I published a piece explaining why it is time for Facebook to be regulated like a public utility or even as a public utility. Since then, people have made a number of arguments against that idea. Here are my rebuttals.
Congressional Committee Asks Mark Zuckerberg to Testify on Facebook Data Scandal
A crisis communications expert and PR firm CEO claimed he was “shocked” that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had taken nearly five days to respond to recent allegations of user data misuse.
Newly released video footage shows the moment that a self-driving Uber vehicle, operated by a convicted felon, hit and killed a pedestrian. The video has been called “damning for Uber” by a professor who robot-perception systems.
Iconic actor William Shatner called out Facebook on Tuesday after they promoted a fake news story on his birthday claiming that he was dead.
A trade body representing 3,000 UK advertisers is expected to meet with Facebook following the company’s latest user data scandal to send the message that “enough is enough.”
16-year-old Zei Uwadia has defied all expectations, rising to her feet and walking while attached to the life support system that keeps her breathing.
Despite evidence suggesting that Facebook has been unable to properly look after user data, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has insisted that the company will investigate itself.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a recent interview that he would be “happy” to testify before Congress about the site’s recent data scandal but dodged a commitment to do so by adding the caveat that he would testify only if it is “the right thing to do.”
Democrat campaign strategist Justin Horwitz appeared on Breitbart News Saturday to discuss how Facebook’s recent changes could lead to censorship, and the way they “marginalize any voice that isn’t in lockstep.”
From the Financial Times: Facebook is hardly the first company to harvest customer data and resell it. Neither does this practice always have a nefarious odour. Many of us still have a little card hanging from our key chains. It
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke on CNN for the first time in person about his company’s latest user data scandal.
“The format was so disappointing. Just putting out 1,000 words. Where is the objective press conference where people can challenge and ask questions?” Sonnenfeld said.
Under the hashtag #ConfirmGrenell, conservative activists have demanded an end to the Senate block against President Donald Trump’s appointment of Richard Grenell as ambassador to Germany.
Facebook allowing political campaigns to mine data has only recently become controversial. Obama’s use of Facebook data is an open secret.
YouTube is entering the gun control debate with a new ban on videos which demo firearms or link to websites selling firearms or firearm accessories.
Zuckerberg apologized to users for weak data protections prior to 2014, and promised to audit developers of pre-2014 apps. Will that include Obama’s 2012 campaign?