GoFundMe Says The Viral Campaign For Canada’s Trucker Protest Hasn’t Violated Its Rules Even Though It Sure Seems Like It Does
The “Freedom Convoy” campaign has become one of the largest in the platform's history and is funding the massive trucker protest despite concerns from Canadian law enforcement.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is betting the company on a "metaverse" that isn't here yet. In the meantime, people around the world are sick of the big blue app.
After dealing with burnout and frustrations over Instagram’s policies, these influencers are rebuilding their businesses on their own terms.
Millions of people now play Wordle each day, up from just 90 on Nov. 1.
Joe Rogan Has Addressed The Spotify Controversy After Neil Young, Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, And Others Spoke Out About COVID Misinformation On His Podcast
"I've never tried to do anything with this podcast other than just talk to people and have interesting conversations."
Joni Mitchell Is Joining Neil Young In Taking A Stand Against Spotify Over Joe Rogan’s Vaccine Misinformation
"Irresponsible people are spreading lies that are costing people their lives.”
Spotify Has Agreed To Remove Neil Young's Music Catalog After He Took A Stand On Joe Rogan's Vaccine Misinformation
"Spotify is spreading fake information about vaccines – potentially causing death to those who believe the disinformation being spread by them,” Young wrote in a public letter.
It's the first time the Federal Trade Commission has gone after a retailer for failing to provide customers with negative reviews of their products, the agency said.
Prominent venture capitalists are flocking to invest in Christian worship apps. The apps say users’ prayers are a business asset.
Caleb From West Elm Is Bad At Dating But Probably Didn't Deserve Being Pushed Through The TikTok Meat Grinder
We haven't fully grasped exactly what the power of a TikTok mob, fueled by a For You page, can do.
House members pushed back on crypto CEOs' assertion that bitcoin's energy consumption is actually a "feature not a bug."
Kristin Huguet Quayle will replace Stella Low, who has served as Apple's head of worldwide corporate communications since May 2021.
HelloFresh Workers Voted Against Unionizing Despite High Injury Rates, Low Wages, And A COVID Outbreak
The pandemic has lent momentum to the labor movement, but union losses at HelloFresh food-packing warehouses reveal the challenges of convincing some workers that the fight is worth the risks.
“The close ties across the country means it isn't hard for things to spread — whether that be gossip, word games, or good public health measures to keep us safe during a pandemic.”
Newly unredacted claims from a 2020 antitrust lawsuit say that Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai personally approved an allegedly illegal 2018 advertising deal.
Contractors who moderate Spanish-language content on Facebook said they’ve been forced to come to the office during COVID surges.
In a wild twist, Facebook demanded that its data center be designated a project of “national importance.”
Hundreds of Facebook moderators at the company's Mountain View campus can now work from home after their employer Accenture reversed an unpopular return-to-work mandate.
One Of The Creators Of Google Glass Is Experimenting With A Smart Retainer For Texting With Your Tongue
The academic project works by having users mouth letters to spell words — without actually speaking them.
Elizabeth Holmes Has Been Found Guilty Of Defrauding Investors With False Promises About Theranos’s Blood-Testing Technology
The verdict came after a lengthy trial that featured testimony from more than 30 witnesses, including Holmes herself.
Greene is the first member of Congress to have her personal political account banned from Twitter.
There's no better way to say, "I don't really like you" than with these tech gifts!
“Corrosive Communities”: How A Facebook Fight Over Wind Power Predicts the Future of Local Politics in America
In small towns around the country, wind turbines are doing something to the locals.
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Chose Fraud Instead Of Admitting She’d Failed, Prosecutors Said In Closing Arguments At Her Trial
An attorney for Holmes argued the government is not telling the whole story, saying, “At the end of the day, when all the evidence flows together, it isn’t so bad.”
The SFPD’s move is part of a growing law enforcement trend of encrypting agency communications previously available to the public.
The order is the latest in a global rebuke of the controversial tech firm by privacy regulators since BuzzFeed News revealed its use by law enforcement agencies around the world.
A $99 audiobook player (and the cheaper $59 Mini) for kids is worth a shot for the chance your kid will actually play by themselves, giving you some free time.
The director’s lavish vision proved too much for Hollywood studios, but an ether-backed collective has vowed to bring it into public view at last.
Sourdough was so 2020.
Hummingbird feeders, travel alarm clocks, and a cheap standing desk alternative.