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EU data watchdog raises concerns over Facebook integration
Irish commission that regulates site requests urgent briefing on platforms mergerFacebook’s plan to merge WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger could raise significant data protection concerns,
All the commercials in Super Bowl 53—from big names to the big surprises
Latino Activists Rip Brokaw for 'Xenophobic,’ 'Disrespectful’ Remarks About Assimilation
Latino activists blasted NBC’s Tom Brokaw on Sunday after Brokaw said he personally believed that Hispanics should “work harder at assimilation.”
NewsGuard Linked to Saudi Arabia's PR Machine
Newsguard, the beltway establishment-backed "news rating" browser plugin that assigns websites a green or red rating based on their "trustworthiness," claims to care about integrity in news. But one
Nolte: Fox News Promotes Microsoft's NewsGuard Blacklist as 'Good Idea'
NewsGuard is blacklisting Breitbart News only for the sin of reporting stories the establishment does not want reported.
Nolte: Blacklisters at Microsoft's NewsGuard Label Proven Hoaxes 'Credible'
In a 50/50 country, NewsGuard and Microsoft are obviously hoping to tip the 2020 election by fooling enough people into believing up is down and black is white.
Nolte: CNN's Jake Tapper Under Fire for 'Homophobic' Roger Stone Remark
CNN's Jake Tapper is under fire for what many say is a homophobic attack on Roger Stone.
Tom Brokaw ‘Truly Sorry’ Assimilation Remarks ‘Offended’ Latinos
Veteran NBC News personality Tom Brokaw apologized on Sunday evening after saying that he personally believed that Hispanics must work harder to assimilate.
YouTube Doubles Down -- Will Censor Recommended Videos to Stop 'Misinformation'
Just a week after Breitbart News exclusively published internal discussions showing YouTube routinely intervenes in its search results to promote establishment news sources (including in searches for
Laid Off BuzzFeed Employees Demand Company Pays Earned Time Off
Recently laid-off BuzzFeed employees, along with those still at the company, are demanding that the company pay them earned Paid Time Off (PTO), after it was alleged that only employees in California
Twitter: Telling Fired Journalists to 'Learn to Code' Is 'Targeted Harassment'
Twitter recently stated that telling laid-off journalists to "learn to code," a reference to the media's advice to laid-off workers in blue-collar jobs, is "targeted harassment."
Former BuzzFeed Manager Publishes Scathing 'Quiz' After Layoffs
Former BuzzFeed manager Jason Sweeten created a BuzzFeed quiz, Monday, criticizing the company's mass layoffs. The quiz, titled "Do You Still Have A Job At BuzzFeed?" calls for employees to unionize
Congressman Demands Probe into CNN's Presence at Roger Stone FBI Raid
Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) wants an investigation into whether details of Roger Stone's indictment were leaked to CNN ahead of his arrest.
Snapchat considers changing how long Stories stay up
Snapchat, known for allowing users to post photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours, is considering extending the shelf life of public Stories.
George Galloway censured over Salisbury poisoning claims
Ofcom says ex-MP breached impartiality guidelines on radio show when casting doubt on Russian role George Galloway breached broadcasting impartiality rules when he used his radio show to cast doubt on
CNN Fact-Checks Roger Stone: FBI Didn't Storm Your House, They 'Knocked on the Door'
Brooke Baldwin, anchor of CNN's Newsroom, mocked Stone's claims. "The layup of fact-checks," she said."The FBI knocked on his door." Last week, however, CNN described Stone's arrest as an "early
U.S. announces criminal charges against China’s Huawei
The Justice Department charged Huawei and its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou with conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions on Iran.
Southeast Asia’s Grab is adding Netflix-like video streaming to its ride-hailing app
Grab is Southeast Asia’s top ride-hailing firm thanks to its acquisition of Uber’s local business last year. Its biggest competitor gone, the company is on a push to go beyond transport and become an
Apple disables Group FaceTime after bug broadcast audio from recipient’s iPhone before they picked up
Apple has disabled Group FaceTime after a bug was found to broadcast audio from the call recipient's iPhone before they picked up.
HackerRank has released the 2019 edition of its annual Developer Skills Report, surveying over 71,000 software developers from more than 100 countries.