Violent Video Games Could Fuel More Mass Shootings Say Politicians
Two elected representatives warned violent video games would only fuel more mass shootings in future on August 4.
Lawmaker Aims To Curb Social Media Addiction With New Bill
Sen. Josh Hawley's Social Media Addiction Reduction Technology, or SMART, Act would ban features that encourage prolonged engagement such as infinite scrolling and autoplay.
Huawei Says Revenue Jumped 23% Despite Tensions With U.S.
Sales in the six months through June were just over $58.3 billion. But Huawei Chairman Liang Hua says the company will "face difficulties" in the second half because of U.S. restrictions.
Woman Suffers Second-Degree Neck Burns After Generic iPhone Charger Touches Necklace
A young woman suffered severe neck burns after her necklace came in contact with her generic cell phone charger.
Pentagon Pauses $10 Billion Contract That Embroiled Amazon In Controversy
New Defense Secretary Mark Esper will review the cloud computing contract, for which Amazon and Microsoft are finalists. President Trump has cited critics' accusations of favoritism toward Amazon.
'It Came From Something Awful' Links 4Chan And Today's Political Discourse
If author Dale Beran is to be believed, all the world's an Internet forum. His new book offers an overview of Internet culture and explores the mindset and techniques of early Internet trolls.
Facebook's Digital Money Plan Raises Stakes For China's Cryptocurrency Ambitions
Facebook's plans for a new digital currency have sent Chinese monetary officials scrambling. Since 2014, China's central bank has been looking into launching a cryptocurrency too.
Woman Charged As Hacker In Capital One Data Breach Exposing Over 100 Million Customers
The country's seventh-largest bank says the information was taken from a hack of credit card applications submitted over a 14-year period.
Toward New Musics: What The Future Holds For Sound Creativity
Instead of fostering and clearing new paths for musical expression, the Internet has in many ways had the opposite effect. But there's plenty of potential, as two bright minds from MIT explain.
Hello, Brave New World!
The advent of streaming has changed our relationship to music, but where is it taking us? What's the logical conclusion? The only way to know for sure is to ask the future — so we did.
Did Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Intend To Deceive?
Regulators missed a chance to find out if deceptive practices at Facebook came from the top when they decided to enter into a settlement with Zuckerberg instead of questioning him, an FTC member says.
The Green New Deal: Where Spotify Stands, And Where Artists Wish It Would
Since launching stateside in 2011, the green logo of Spotify has come to be, almost like Kleenex, synonymous with the weird new world of streaming. So, dozens of billions of dollars later, what's up?
China’s Social Media Troll Army ‘Diba’ Disbanded Following Hong Kong Protesters’ Doxing
A major Chinese nationalist internet troll group has disbanded amid backlash over their planned online attacks directed at ...
Threats To U.S. Elections Aren't Going Away. What Have The 2020 Democrats Proposed?
FBI Director Christopher Wray and former special counsel Robert Mueller both warned this week about the perils to the 2020 presidential race. What would the candidates do about it?
Improved Prosthetic Hand Has A Lighter Touch And Easy Grip
There's still much research to be done before the device is routinely useful. But one man was able to use it to gently grasp his wife's hand and feel her touch — an emotional moment, he says.
Facebook Hit With $5B Penalty, Must Establish Independent Privacy Committee
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it is imposed a record-breaking $5 billion penalty on Facebook July 24.
FTC To Hold Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Liable For Any Future Privacy Violations
Under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, the company will pay $5 billion and its co-founder could be subject to penalties if Facebook doesn't comply with the agreement.
Beware: ‘Liking’ or ‘Commenting’ on Trending Facebook Posts Can Lead You Into Scam
We've all seen the eye-catching posts before on our Facebook feeds. A heart-wrenching story of a sick baby ...
DOJ Starts Review Of Whether Major Tech Companies Are Too Powerful
The Justice Department says it is launching a wide-ranging antitrust review, without naming the companies. But there have been increasing calls to regulate companies like Google, Facebook and Amazon.
The Success Of Streaming Has Been Great For Some, But Is There A Better Way?
Chastened since the turn of the millennium, the streaming revolution has now revivified the recording industry — at least, those at the top of it. What are the alternatives, then?
accident? The second generation of Red supports Trump! Worried about Biden. Ma Yun has a big deal! Involved in Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan's power struggle
Please enter the urn? The U.S. Secretary of Defense was fired, and the Attorney General finally took action. The Michigan Attorney General ``hangs''.
Breakthrough! Millions of votes were deleted on election night, and more than 500,000 votes were transferred from Trump to Biden. Is the curse of the U.S. president related to Biden?
vaccine! The United States reaps victory! Brazil immediately put aside China. U.S. election controversy, important figures speak
The winner of the general election? The "Battle of Pennsylvania" revealed 450,000 questionable votes; the CCP did not express its position to hide three unspeakable concealments; the leftist "coup" planned for four years. | Foresight Quick Comment Tang Jingyuan | US Election | Fraud | Trump | Biden | 2020.11.09
The Department of Justice investigation shattered Biden's "crowned" dream! Why did Minister Barr act? Ten state attorneys general pursued the Penn State case; Trump decisively moved to prepare for the general election flip. | Foresight Quick Comment Tang Jingyuan | US Election | Fraud | Trump | Biden | 2020.11.10
[Issue 181] Starting the judicial process and dismissing the Secretary of Defense, Trump is ready to fight back. In the US election, the good news is yet to come. | Wei Yu Sees the World 20201111
When CCP Is Empowered by Big Tech, An Interview with Huawei Big Data Expert | Zooming In Extra
Asian Republic Wave in California? An Interview with Young Kim, Running for Congress in California.
Compare Trump and Biden’s Chinese Business Dealing: Who Is Compromised?