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Early Facebook Investor: 'No One Should Trust Facebook Until They Change Business Model'

Early Facebook Investor: 'No One Should Trust Facebook Until They Change Business Model'

Early Facebook investor Roger McNamee warned "no one should trust Facebook" until the company changes its data-harvesting and information selling business model, according to a report.
Hayward: Report Claims U.S. Now One of Deadliest Countries for Journalists

Hayward: Report Claims U.S. Now One of Deadliest Countries for Journalists

Press advocacy group Reporters Without Borders (known by its French acronym RSF) released on Tuesday the 2018 edition of its annual “Worldwide Round-up of Journalists Killed, Detained, Held Hostage,
Carlson on the 'Russia Hysteria': 'The People in Charge Have Lost It'

Carlson on the 'Russia Hysteria': 'The People in Charge Have Lost It'

During a Tuesday monologue for his Fox News Channel show “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson discussed the “massive” cost caused by the “Russia fixation.” “[T]here’s been a cost to our
Facebook: Washington DC sues tech giant over Cambridge Analytica data use

Facebook: Washington DC sues tech giant over Cambridge Analytica data use

DC attorney general alleged in lawsuit the company’s ‘misleading privacy settings’ allowed firm to harvest information Washington DC has sued Facebook for allowing the political consultancy Cambridge

Tell Us What You Think About The Daily Signal

How do you think we’re doing? We want to know—and also understand more about how you get your news, so that we can serve you... Read More The post Tell Us What You Think About The Daily Signal

It’s Past Time for Trump to Take Control of US International Broadcasting

Without fail, every time a Trump nominee gets closer to a Senate confirmation hearing to head the International Broadcasting Bureau, the media pounces and sounds... Read More The post It’s Past Time
Washington sues Facebook over data breach

Washington sues Facebook over data breach

Facebook shares sank following a government lawsuit, criticism in U.S. Congress, and a New York Times report on how it had shared data with other companies.

For the first time in more than 20 years, copyrighted works will enter the public domain

Glenn Fleishman, writing for Smithsonian Magazine: At midnight on New Year’s Eve, all works first published in the United States in 1923 will enter the public domain. It has been 21 years since the

Biopic tells Justice Ginsburg’s story long before ‘Notorious R.B.G’

Seven years ago, a nephew of Ruth Bader Ginsburg asked the U.S. Supreme Court justice to help him with a screenplay that would chronicle one of her early cases seeking equal rights for men and women.
Firefox Focus gets Enhanced Tracking Protection and Google’s Safe Browsing service

Firefox Focus gets Enhanced Tracking Protection and Google’s Safe Browsing service

Mozilla has updated Firefox Focus with Enhanced Tracking Protection and Google's Safe Browsing service on Android, plus search suggestions on iOS.
Winner of CNN's 'Journalist of the Year' Award Faked Stories for Years

Winner of CNN's 'Journalist of the Year' Award Faked Stories for Years

German magazine Der Spiegel apologised to readers on Wednesday for publishing "invented stories" and content with "distorted facts." It identified Claas Relotius, one of its reporters and editors, a
Watch -- Dennis Prager to Young Conservatives: 'Everything the Left Touches, It Ruins'

Watch -- Dennis Prager to Young Conservatives: 'Everything the Left Touches, It Ruins'

Iconic conservative radio host and best-selling author Dennis Prager railed against the left's relentless attacks on traditional values, higher education, entertainment, and sports on Wednesday during

Spotify settles the $1.6B copyright lawsuit filed by music publisher Wixen

Spotify has settled the $1.6 billion lawsuit filed by music publisher Wixen Music Publishing in December 2017. The publisher, which represented artists like Tom Petty, Missy Elliot, Stevie Nicks and
AppsFlyer: App ad market to grow 136% to $64.1 billion from 2017 to 2020

AppsFlyer: App ad market to grow 136% to $64.1 billion from 2017 to 2020

AppsFlyer said marketing spending will grow at an average year-over-year rate of 34 percent, hitting $64.1 billion by 2020.
ProtonMail now lets you import emails in bulk from Gmail, Yahoo, and others

ProtonMail now lets you import emails in bulk from Gmail, Yahoo, and others

ProtonMail is making it easier for users to import their emails from other providers, in a move that could help it steal more users from Gmail.

∞ Google’s Home Alone commercial

[VIDEO] Pretty clever nostalgia-touching ad, assuming you grew up with these images. Video embedded in main Loop post.
17 Great Fiction Reads to Take Your Mind off Trump

17 Great Fiction Reads to Take Your Mind off Trump

Between your pinging cellphone, America’s bitter politics, and the orange one’s deranged tweeting habit, you would be forgiven for wanting to divorce yourself from reality for a while. So, at the end
Stephen Colbert Piles On Tucker Carlson: 'The Little Racist Who Could'

Stephen Colbert Piles On Tucker Carlson: 'The Little Racist Who Could'

Late Show host Stephen Colbert railed against Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday, describing him as a "little racist" as left-wing activists pressurize advertisers to boycott his show.
Nolte: The Year CNN's Chris Cuomo Embraced Violence and Blacklists

Nolte: The Year CNN's Chris Cuomo Embraced Violence and Blacklists

It is pretty easy to laugh at CNN's Chris Cuomo, but you have to say this for him… Fredo might not be all that smart, but at least he has a high opinion of himself. Oh, and he does have the highest
‘Aquaman’ is a ridiculous superhero epic

‘Aquaman’ is a ridiculous superhero epic

Look, I get it. Even when executed well, superhero origin stories on the big screen have become depressingly formulaic — and with the exception of “Wonder Woman,” the ones in the DC Extended Universe