Abortion is illegal for millions. Will Big Tech help prosecute it?
Now that abortion is illegal for millions, firms such as Amazon, Facebook and Google are reckoning with the prospect of data requests on users for prosecutions.
Companies in China are aiding Russia’s military, U.S. alleges
The United States has placed five companies in China on the entity list over their aid to Russia's military.
In letter to board, Enthusiast leadership asks CEO to step down
Four executives at the publicly traded esports and gaming company requested that the board of directors ask CEO Adrian Montgomery to resign.
In ‘Hindsight,’ players explore memories and come to terms with grief
In “Hindsight,” processing grief is one of the game’s central themes.
You scheduled an abortion. Planned Parenthood’s website could tell Facebook.
A data-privacy issue on Planned Parenthood’s website has experts wondering: Do people seeking abortions have any chance at covering their digital tracks?
Maker of Bored Ape NFTs sues artist for profiting off ‘copycat’ images
Yuga Labs, whose Bored Ape NFTs have sold for millions of dollars, accused Ryder Ripps of trying to devalue its pieces.
Trump supporters raced to debunk Jan. 6 testimony. Then they got confused.
The pro-Trump web was filled with efforts to debunk Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony.
Taiwan official calls for approval of U.S. computer chip subsidies
Taiwan says the failure of the Congress to pass subsidies for chip manufacturing will slow plans for new chip factories in the United States.
Sony targets PC gamers with new hardware brand, Inzone
Sony plans to win over PC gamers with competitively priced monitors and headsets.
The AI tool behind Thanos made facial animation in ‘The Quarry’ a snap
The reason the characters looked so alive stems from AI and an evolution of motion-capture tools.
Evil Geniuses wants data, not money, to determine success in esports
"I could totally buy the best ‘Counter-Strike’ team tomorrow. ... That doesn’t meant I know how to build a good ‘Counter-Strike’ operation."
Tucker Carlson just inadvertently helped raise $14,000 for abortion rights
An NFT featuring a screen shot of the Roe critic from his Fox News program was just sold in a heated auction — with the money going to Planned Parenthood and other groups.
Chinese posed as Texans on social media to attack rare earths rivals
The social media campaign was uncovered by the cybersecurity firm Mandiant.
How to juggle multiple TV streaming services without missing a show
Find out if it's okay to share your streaming password, how to save money with bundles, and the trick to pausing subscriptions.
Exports to Russia from China plummet, study shows
A new study suggests that sanctions have hurt Russia's international trade, even with countries not directly affected by them. But Russia's economy still seems to be functioning.
NDAs can muzzle sexual harassment victims. Congress could change that.
A new bipartisan bill would allow employees to speak out about sexual harassment even if they signed NDAs or confidentiality agreements.
With clock ticking, battle over tech regulation intensifies
The tech industry is pouring millions into a battle brewing over anti-trust proposals three years in the making.
Seeking an abortion? Here’s how to avoid leaving a digital trail.
Simple privacy precautions anyone can take when researching or arranging an abortion in the United States.
The trans Twitch star delivering news to a legion of LGBTQ teens
Clara Sorrenti, a 28-year-old Canadian known online as Keffals, built her fanbase by leaning into news and politics on the platform that is mostly used by gamers.
‘Bring rifles’: Extremist groups call for violence over abortion ruling
On far-right and far-left Telegram channels, influencers called on followers to take up arms and create mayhem in response to Friday's ruling striking down the right to abortion in the United States.