The intersection of the internet and the state.
High school reopens investigation into Nazi salute video after other racist videos emerge
Students were recorded doing the Nazi salute and chanting Nazi songs.
Redaction error reveals ICE is paying Palantir $49 million
Palantir built ICE’s Investigative Case Management (ICM) software.
People are using social media to raise awareness about the Amazon fires
'Let the world know about it and demand action. This is not about Brazil, is about the planet.'
A bunch of celebrities fell for that viral Instagram hoax
At least Trevor Noah had a good response to it.
Nevada officials issue warnings for people prepping to ‘Storm Area 51’
Officials are preparing for the event 'Storm Area 51.'
Video shows arrest of 15-year-old who threatened school shooting online
His mother blamed video game platforms and 'grown-ups.'
Up to 20 states are banding together to probe Facebook, Google
A states probe would come shortly after a federal investigation was announced.
Trump quotes conspiracy theorist saying he’s the ‘second coming of God’
His tweet comes the day after he was criticized for saying Jewish voters who support Democrats had a 'total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.'
Trump accuses Jewish Democrats of having ‘great disloyalty’ or a ‘lack of knowledge’
Many are calling Trump's comments out as anti-Semitic.
1 million ‘anonymous’ users of popular porn site exposed in breach
Users are urged to immediately change their usernames and emails on the site.
Kamala Harris says she will restore net neutrality if elected
Harris has been vocal in her support of net neutrality.
Everything you need to know about the Facebook conservative bias report
The report was not well-received on Twitter.
Facebook is finally rolling out its clear history tool
The new tool will be available in Ireland, South Korea, and Spain initially.