Trump weighs re-entering Trans-Pacific Partnership, GOP senators say
He once described it as 'one of the worst trade deals.'
Mark Zuckerberg is sitting on a padded seat before Congress—and Twitter loves it
Haemorrhoids or height issues?
Harvard student says he was threatened by Trump lawyer over endorsement prank
The university's satire magazine promised an endorsement for Trump.
Harvested Facebook data could be stored in Russia, whistleblower says
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie is preparing to speak to federal authorities.
Does the Guccifer-WikiLeaks story exonerate Seth Rich?
The article includes private messages concerning Russian-linked Guccifer 2.0 and Democratic Party leaks.
FCC cuts to Lifeline threaten vulnerable Puerto Ricans, non-profit says
Around 17 percent of Puerto Ricans rely on the service.
Celebrities, academics, activists rally to #ReconnectAssange
The Ecuadorian government suspended his internet access.
Kurt Eichenwald spent the past week getting owned online
It's been a bad week for the 'New York Times bestselling author.'
California legislation will force Facebook, Twitter to identify bots
State lawmakers say the federal government is not doing enough.
Man sues InfoWars for $1 million after falsely being identified as Parkland shooter
Fontaine has received threats from InfoWars readers over the mischaracterization.
FCC votes to ease regulations on 5G wireless technology rollout
Democrats fear the rules violate the rights of tribal communities.
Ecuador cuts Julian Assange’s internet access, supporters launch online vigil
The government claims he breached a written agreement.
Cambridge Analytica data on Colorado voters is still circulating, report finds
The firm claims it deleted all the data.
Report: U.K. police secretly deploy cellphone data extraction technologies
Privacy International is demanding an independent review.
Conservatives calls conspiracy after Orlando shooter’s dad outed as FBI informant
Conservatives say the news has dark implications.