Despite the risks, undocumented immigrants are finding ways to thrive online
There are nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants in America—and more of them are speaking out about their struggles and stereotypes.
Social media throttling in Turkey points to wartime censorship efforts
Turkey blocked access to three social media sites for seven hours on Thursday.
Google Fiber staff reportedly on the verge of being cut in half as Alphabet reassesses business
The layoffs, like the service, came fast.
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Players, NFL stand by 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick for refusing to stand during national anthem
'I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.'
One of the biggest horror games of the year is now half price
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Spotify accused of burying the music of artists who work with Apple Music
The music streaming war is heating up.
Digital Chaos finalizes its roster, adds former OG offlaner MoonMeander
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Federal judge blocks North Carolina's HB2 bathroom law at UNC
HB2 was passed in March and has faced opposition ever since.
Police raid of anti-police corruption blogger's home deemed unconstitutional
A defamation claim filed by a local business owner was also tossed out.
Celebrate 50 years of 'Star Trek' with RockLove Jewelry's sparkly new collection
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After being banned by Uber, Kendall Jenner gets chauffeured by Kim Kardashian
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Texas Tech football coach admits to using social media to spy on students
Texas Tech football coaches and staff are using photos of 'cute girls' to monitor student athletes.
The week of July 3, 2016