Facebook is looking to launch a new cryptocurrency Libra in 2020. With its record of privacy scandals, is it a good idea for them to be involved in peoples' personal finances?
Facebook is now collecting information about its users’ offline activity so it can label them “hate agents” if they run afoul of the shifting set of rules the social media giant employs to control speech.
VIDEO – Leftist advocacy groups like the ADL, Vox, and the Southern Poverty Law Center are pushing their anti-conservative standards on Facebook, Google, and Twitter to police political speech and thought. Now they won’t only have Soros money to help them carryout their censorship of conservatives, but also the collaboration of the Koch Brothers.
Project Veritas, the investigative journalist organization famous for documenting the nefarious doings of Planned Parenthood, ACORN and others, has become the latest victim of big tech’s new censorship agenda.
Seemingly in response to one leftist's whining, Google-owned YouTube is banning or demonetizing thousands of videos and creators that it believes peddle "hate speech."
Initially meant to be a seven-day suspension, Facebook reinstated Owens after less than a day, saying it had made a mistake when it claimed that a post by the Blexit founder violated its Community Standards.
The co-founder of Facebook says it’s time to break up the social-media behemoth because it is a dangerous, out-of-control corporate predator that threatens the country, and that Mark Zuckerberg is too powerful.
Facebook has introduced a new system that will further suppress independent media outlets in yet another effort to censor information deemed “unreliable” by the platform.
Taking a stand against the First Amendment, Facebook announced on Thursday that it will institute a ban against certain personalities it considers “dangerous.”
Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into deals Facebook struck with some of the largest tech companies in the world, allowing those companies access to users’ private data.
The U.S. government is running woefully behind the private sector in computer technology. In fact, government — at the federal, state, and in some instances local levels — is decades behind.