Ousted Black Google Researcher: 'They Wanted To Have My Presence, But Not Me Exactly'
The discontent inside Google continues weeks after the company abruptly pushed out renowned Black researcher Timnit Gebru, who studied how technology harms marginalized communities.
Microsoft Says 40 Customers Hit By Ongoing Hack Of Government Agencies
Most of the Microsoft customers hit by the hack were in the U.S., but the rest were elsewhere in North America and in Europe and the Middle East.
U.S. Cyber Agency: Computer Hack Poses 'Grave Risk'
The computer breach threatens federal, state and local governments as well as private companies and organizations, CISA says. It says the hack is ongoing and will be extremely difficult to remove.
Microsoft Says It Found Malicious Software Related to SolarWinds Hack in Its Systems
Microsoft said Thursday that it found malicious software in its system, the same day the Department of Energy ...
Google Hit With Another Lawsuit Challenging Its Dominance
A bipartisan group of 38 attorneys general say Google abuses its power as the Internet's top search destination.
Google AI Team Demands Ousted Black Researcher Be Rehired And Promoted
The tech giant's researchers say the dismissal of renowned researcher Timnit Gebru has "had a demoralizing effect" on one of the most prestigious units in the company.
Canada to Join First Mission to the Moon, Signs New ‘Gateway’ Treaty with NASA
Canadian astronauts will join the first space mission to the Moon in 2023. “I am proud to announce ...
Twitter To Remove Or Place Warning Labels On COVID Vaccine Conspiracy Tweets
The social media giant says it will not allow tweets containing "unsubstantiated rumors, disputed claims" or promotion of "out of context information" about the vaccine.
The Case Against Facebook
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Candace Owens Challenges Facebook Fact-Checker PolitiFact, Wins Correction
A self-described fact-checking website recently issued a correction after labeling a post by Candace Owens saying Democratic presidential ...
FBI Probing SolarWinds Hack That Affected Government Networks
The FBI is investigating the hack of SolarWinds technology, which caused a breach of U.S. government systems, authorities confirmed Wednesday.
Google Hit With 2nd Lawsuit Testing Its Monopoly Power — This One Over Digital Ads
Ten state attorneys general accuse the tech giant of abusing its power to manipulate the digital ad market and crush competitors.
Facebook Faces Court Action Over Secret Data Harvesting
Australia’s consumer regulator has taken social media giant Facebook to court for secretly harvesting the data of users ...
Half of Australia’s Largest Chinese Media Outlets Linked to Beijing’s United Front: Report
A new report has confirmed long-standing concerns that Australia’s Chinese-language media landscape is dominated by outlets “friendly towards ...
Latest Deepfake Controversy Raises Legal And Ethical Questions In Music Industry
Deepfake technology gained notoriety after some celebrities were made to appear to say things they never said. The latest deepfake controversy hit the music business, with far-reaching implications.
What We Know About Russia's Latest Alleged Hack Of The U.S. Government
The list of affected agencies is growing by the day. The full extent of the damage is still not clear, and U.S. authorities have provided few details.
Texas, 9 Other States File New Anti-Trust Suit Against Google
Texas Attorney General said his office has filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Google for its monopoly control of the advertising technology market.
The Backcountry Boom
In mountains across America, skiers and snowboarders are ditching ski lifts and heading into the backcountry. We talked with a pioneer of backcountry snowboarding about how we got here.
Google: ‘Significant’ Number of Gmail Users Receiving Errors Right Now
Google said Tuesday evening a large number of Gmail users have reported errors. "We're aware of a problem ...
Amazon, TikTok, Facebook, Others Ordered To Explain What They Do With User Data
The Federal Trade Commission gave nine social media and tech companies 45 days to hand over details on how they collect user data. It is the latest move by government actors to regulate Big Tech.
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.
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