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.
In 2016, we discovered that Big Tech was vulnerable — wide open, in fact — to political manipulators and hackers, both domestic and foreign. In 2017, we learned that Big Tech didn’t want to do much about the problem, even though the Techsters did wish to pursue their various lefty political agendas. And in 2018, we learned that Big Tech was finally willing to do something about its vulnerabilities — but only on its terms.
A student at the Indiana University of Pennslyvania was kicked out of a class on Christianity after arguing that there are only two genders.
Students at over 2,500 schools around the country are planning to participate in a walkout in support of gun control on Wednesday.
A Los Angeles-area public school has come under fire after a video of a teacher and students hitting a Donald Trump piñata was posted online.
Uber Chief Brand Officer Bozama Saint John has called on white men to ‘make noise’ about diversity in the workplace.
The Guardian claimed video games create racism and promote right-wing ideology in an article published Monday, citing the “expulsion of aliens” in sci-fi games and “border control” in Plants vs Zombies.
The “racist” leaflets which UK anti-terrorism police cited as reason to detain and deport conservative journalist Lauren Southern have been revealed to be leaflets promoting “LGBT for Islam.”
Snapchat’s continued troubles lend more weight to the argument that Facebook now holds a monopoly in social media.
Netflix has a wide range of categories for every type of film hosted on the entertainment service, but most are not visible at any given time. Here is how to access those hidden categories.
Federal authorities arrested the head of a phone encryption service accused of creating and marketed products to be used by domestic drug traffickers and international cartels.
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, warned that “a few dominant platforms” have become Internet gatekeepers, and are now able to control what ideas can be seen online, in a statement, Monday.
Facebook Head of News Product Alex Hardiman expressed the company’s plans to “redefine its relationship” with news publishers in an effort to “minimize the bad” and “promote quality” during a panel at the South by Southwest film festival.
CNN has claimed that a Russian anti-Hillary Clinton video game called Hilltendo influenced the 2016 presidential election, prompting mockery of the news outlet online.
Actress Lena Dunham has repeatedly placed herself in public relations nightmares by posting inflammatory statements on social media. Dunham, attempting to avoid drama, says she’s hired people to stop her from posting controversial screeds.
Britain is saying, “Yes” to Jihadists, but saying, “No” to free speech.
The government has banned Canadian right-wing activist and journalist Lauren Southern from Britain, being held at Calais just days after Austrian activist Martin Sellner and author Brittany Pettibone were refused entry at Heathrow.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has warned major technology companies such as Facebook and Twitter to do more on the issue of “hate speech,” or face fines and greater regulation.
The “Base Case” estimated cost to build California’s bullet train from San Francisco to Los Angeles has doubled to $77.3 billion, and could almost triple to $98.1 billion.
Twitter is hiding a tweet from the official Drudge Report account that features President Trump’s 2020 campaign slogan, “Keep America Great.”
Austrian hipster-right Identitarian leader Martin Sellner was detained and refused entry to Britain on Friday at Heathrow airport ahead of a planned speech at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park, London.
A former middle school cafeteria worker in Minnesota has pleaded guilty to sending sexually explicit text messages and nude pictures to a 15-year-old student.
Brighton & Hove City Council will equip staff with badges declaring their “preferred pronouns” as part of a project seeking to educate the public that making assumptions about a person’s sex “can be hurtful and distressing”. Council and voluntary sector
A Cuban-American human rights group has documented dozens of Twitter accounts, allegedly belonging to young Cubans on the island, posting pro-communist propaganda and using photos of actors and models as their photos.
Netflix released a clip from its upcoming documentary about Rachel Dolezal – who was born white but spent years posing as a black civil rights leader — and social media exploded with rage and accusations of ‘white privilege.’
Pro-choice actress Jessica Chastain made a charitable contribution to one of her pro-life Instagram followers on Thursday after the two had a brief debate about abortion.
Orange County found 13,950 used hypodermic needles left by evicted homeless people along the Santa Ana River, confirming public health concerns that led to the camps’ removal.
Twitter executives hosted a Periscope video livestream recently where they asked for advice on how to fix their platform and stated their wish to be the “most trusted service in the world.”
President Trump reportedly showed a compilation of graphic scenes from modern video games to entertainment industry executives during a meeting about the effects of violent media on teenagers.
The student editorial board for the Indiana University student newspaper argued that “toxic masculinity” was behind the recent Parkland shooting.
One-third of young voters supported President Trump during the 2016 presidential election, and Trump’s recent attempts to blame video games for violence could lose them.
Turkish people who went online to download some of the most popular software available on the market instead received government spyware, according to a report.
Pat McCargo, the Chair of the Education Committee for the Cherry Hill African American Civic Association, argued at a public school board meeting on student safety that police might use “brown boys” as “target practice” if they were placed in schools.
According to a new report, Facebook users are spending 24 percent less time on the platform.
Oxford University has issued a public apology after a photo of a female custodian cleaning the campus on International Women’s Day went viral on social media.
Google’s craziest employees accuse CPAC 2018 of giving a platform to “hate,” “xenophobia,” “sexism” and “ethno-nationalism.”