The battle between media companies and foreign governments over who controls the news dates back some 150 years, to when European and U.S. wire services dictated the world’s headlines.
The court stopping the extradition of Julian Assange seems like a win, but he’s not free; nor is he out of the woods.
In an effort to guard protesters against identification, instant messaging app Signal has introduced a feature that allows users to blur their face.
TikTok has denied developing deepfake technology on their app and, to prove it, they’ve deleted the code that existed within their app.
Fake news is spreading alongside the coronavirus, as nonsense cures are doing the rounds. Coughs and sneezes may spread diseases, but so does clickbait. Beware!
Forbes published a list of the most innovative leaders in America today. Surprisingly, they found room for only one woman. But hey, what are we complaining about, right?
I made headline news with an anti-vegan barbecue I organized on Facebook. The problem is, it wasn’t me. Disappointingly, the police and the media are disinterested regarding the identity theft of a minor.
With Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter freely swinging their ban hammer, I think we need to talk about censorship.
After one journalist was completely discredited through a bogus Twitter thread, I believe those who support internet censorship are kept by one simple definition.