‘International criminals’ behind security breach at Citrix
Citrix serves 400,000 companies and organizations throughout the world.
Facebook deletes accounts accused of coordinated inauthentic behavior in the U.K. and Romania
The accounts were deleted for coordinated inauthentic behavior.
Trump campaign walks back 5G policy, spreading confusion
'There is no daylight between the White House and the campaign.'
Google will keep Saudi Arabian app that tracks women’s travel
The decision comes after two Congressional letters.
Trump used his Twitter account to promote one of his businesses
The early-morning tweet alarmed critics.
Prominent anti-vaccine content gone from Amazon Prime streaming
'Does content which provides medically inaccurate information about vaccines violate your terms of service?'
The conversation between Sen. Dianne Feinstein and a group of children highlights divide over Green New Deal
A viral video highlights the divide on how to deal with climate change.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez promises to pay her staffers a living wage, and it’s somehow controversial
People seem to think it is controversial.
Donald Trump keeps pushing his unsubstantiated voter fraud claims
Trump's voter fraud claims aren't supported by evidence.
Microsoft employees want to cancel a $479 million contract with the U.S. military
"Intent to harm is not an acceptable use of our technology."
‘Hipster’ jobs are trending, and Indeed says the market is booming
Yoga teacher is the most-searched job.
Facebook pushes back against moderators complaining about ‘Big Brother’ environment
Facebook contractors have had enough.
Report: Netflix pays $10 million for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doc
The rock star politician is coming to a screen near you.
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower is now working for H&M
Wylie is supposed to help the retail giant cater to consumers using data and AI.
With or without Facebook, Android sends data to the social network
If you're using an Android, beware.