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Doxxing, assault, death threats: the new dangers facing US journalists covering extremism

Doxxing, assault, death threats: the new dangers facing US journalists covering extremism

As violent street protests between the far right and anti-fascists become standard fare, rightwingers see the press as a threat – and aren’t shy to act on itThe truth business is becoming more
Google reboots advertising tools to give users more control over their data

Google reboots advertising tools to give users more control over their data

Facing growing questions about how personal data is used to target advertising, Google today announced a series of updates to its advertising tools designed to help users better understand why they

Nuzzel unveils NuzzelRank, which scores news sources on ‘authority’

Everyone from Elon Musk to AdBlock Plus wants to tell you which news sources are worth trusting. Now news aggregator Nuzzel is joining in. Specifically, it’s launching NuzzelRank, which founder and
Netflix’s latest hit ‘The Kissing Booth’ is a Wattpad success story

Netflix’s latest hit ‘The Kissing Booth’ is a Wattpad success story

One of the most popular movies in the U.S. is a terrible teen rom-com called “The Kissing Booth,” and it’s not in theaters. Instead, this Netflix Original with its paltry 17 percent critics’ score on

Feast your eyes on these uniquely beautiful indie games from E3

The AAA games on display at E3 this year have, as usual, an amazing array of beautiful, nearly photorealistic graphics — and while they're amazing in their own way, I always find it fun to highlight a
Google’s DeepMind develops AI that can render 3D objects from 2D pictures

Google’s DeepMind develops AI that can render 3D objects from 2D pictures

Google subsidiary DeepMind unveiled a new type of computer vision algorithm that can generate 3D models of a scene from 2D snapshots.
3,000 journalists covering Kim-Trump this week is WTF is wrong with media

3,000 journalists covering Kim-Trump this week is WTF is wrong with media

Media businesses are in the dumper. Every week, we hear of new layoffs, budget cuts, diminished editorial quality and more, way more. And yet, somehow, miraculously, more than 3,000 journalists
Netflix could be a surprise winner in Comcast and Disney’s bidding war for Fox

Netflix could be a surprise winner in Comcast and Disney’s bidding war for Fox

The more Comcast’s Brian Roberts and Disney’s Bob Iger duel over Rupert Murdoch’s Fox media empire, the better it could be for Netflix’s Reed Hastings.…
Washington Post Staffers Ask Richest Man in the World to Pay Them Fairly

Washington Post Staffers Ask Richest Man in the World to Pay Them Fairly

On Thursday, about 400 staffers at the Washington Post signed an open letter to their newspaper’s owner, Jeff Bezos, politely suggesting that he’s being a cheapskate in their union’s ongoing contract

WATCH: Black woman chases down teen who called her a ‘n*gger’ and forces him to explain himself to his mom

In video that was posted to Facebook — and subsequently taken down — a black woman chased down a white teen on a bicycle who had previously called her a “n*gger” and made him explain his racist
GamesBeat Decides at E3 2018 Day 4: PlayStation’s Fortnite problem, Rage 2, and more

GamesBeat Decides at E3 2018 Day 4: PlayStation’s Fortnite problem, Rage 2, and more

We’re back again for a day of E3. What day is that? Scientists still aren’t sure, but I’ll let you know if they crack the code. Since it’s still E3, though, we’re back with another episode of the

IG Report Bombshell Just Beginning, More Anti Trump Media Lies, Economic Update

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 339 6.15.18) The long awaited Inspector General (IG) report on the FBI and how it handled the Clinton email (exoneration) case is out, and it has destroyed the

AT&T completes its acquisition of Time Warner

AT&T has sealed the deal to buy Time Warner in a major piece of media and technology consolidation. The deal — which is $85.4 billion and a total of $108 billion with debt — was first announced in
AI is helping recruiters find the best talent, faster (VB Live)

AI is helping recruiters find the best talent, faster (VB Live)

VB LIVE: Hiring is a seller’s market right now — but AI-powered solutions can give you the advantage. Join execs from LinkedIn, Trivago, and Adecco to learn how how AI is revolutionizing their ability
Mary Meeker’s annual valentine to Silicon Valley reminds us tech utopianism is alive and well

Mary Meeker’s annual valentine to Silicon Valley reminds us tech utopianism is alive and well

ANALYSIS: As our view of technology’s impact seems to be growing increasingly darker, Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker arrived just in time to soothe Silicon Valley’s battered ego. Meeker presented
Kashmir editor shot dead in Srinagar alongside bodyguards

Kashmir editor shot dead in Srinagar alongside bodyguards

Shujaat Bukhari, 50, first journalist to be killed in 12 years in disputed region A leading journalist and editor who worked for peace in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir has been shot dead

∞ Apple launches new wave of Mac ads

[VIDEO] All of these ads (embedded in the main Loop post) are posted under the campaign slogan Behind the Mac. I'll post the short YouTube writeup for each ad, followed by the ad itself. Each ad ends
Stanford researchers harnessed AI to generate memes

Stanford researchers harnessed AI to generate memes

Researchers at Stanford used a two-part neural network to generate memes. Some of them weren't half bad.

Apple and Oprah sign a multi-year partnership on original content

Apple announced today a multi-year content partnership with Oprah Winfrey to produce programs for the tech company’s upcoming video-streaming service. Apple didn’t provide any specific details as to