Wikimedia to E.U.: Proposed copyright reform could ‘stifle’ the free web
European Parliament will vote on a controversial proposal next week.
Firefox will block user tracking, data collection on websites by default
Another plus for Firefox and Firefox users.
Comcast is trying to weaken state broadband regulations
Broadband companies don't want states to restrict their power.
Leaked photos reveal the new ‘iPhone XS’ and Apple Watch Series 4
Don't let the name fool you—the phones are actually extra large.
Here’s how to apply for a verified account on Instagram
Here's how to apply for a verified account on Instagram.
Telecom companies are lying to senior citizens about net neutrality
They're using robocalls to do it.
Apple’s mysterious event invite is raising so many questions
Apple's next event September 12 should answer our many, many questions.
Amazon and Bernie Sanders are embroiled in a workers’ rights battle
Sanders has accused Amazon of not paying workers a fare, livable wage.
Vandals rename New York City ‘Jewtropolis’ on Mapbox
Hacked maps appeared in Snap Maps, on the New York Times, and on The Weather Channel.
Internal memo suggests Facebook is intolerant of conservative views
A Facebook employee alleges that Facebook doesn't support opposing political views.
Instagram finally adds verified accounts for VIP users
Important Instagram users can better differentiate themselves from common folk—or fake accounts.
Twitter suspends 500 more accounts for ‘coordinated manipulation’
Twitter is trying to clear out bad actors spreading misinformation and discord.
Tumblr is cracking down on deepfake porn and creepshots
Tumblr is making its anti-hate rules more explicit.