Private cell numbers and email address are released online.

Such tactics could be used against other political groups, Electronic Frontier Foundation says.

Trump's move means that Cyber Command will become the 10th unified command in the U.S. military, putting it on par with the main combatant commands, such as Central Command.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg concluded that the group was being used to harass employees, Business Insider wrote.

"It's a disgrace that we still need to say that neo-Nazis and white supremacists are wrong," said Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, days after a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.

Uber thanks a driver who kicked a Holocaust revisionist out of the car, and PayPal slams racists.

Alt-right adherents call for greater regulation of Internet giants and begin building their own tech platforms.

Google joins Amazon and Microsoft in adding hands-free calling to its smart speakers.

It could be a hard sell.

The rally’s organizer blamed the mainstream media for his decision, and said that someone had threatened to use a vehicle to drive into the march.

The networking site has lost a court fight over users' public profiles.

Men are reportedly using Apple's AirDrop feature to digitally flash other riders on the New York subway system.

Uber was accused of lax data protection that led to a major breach.

DreamHost is resisting a DOJ search warrant for more than 1.3 million IP addresses to identify visitors to a website set up to coordinate protests on Inauguration Day.

It only took the bot a few weeks to go from novice to world class.

James Damore has sought to defend his message since he was dismissed.

As Netflix aims to develop more original shows, the company is flexing its spending muscle to court exceptional producers like Shonda Rhimes.

The engineer was fired for a controversial memo about diversity and gender.

They are waiting for the company’s next response after a town hall meeting was canceled Thursday.

Disney’s exit from Netflix to start its own video service is just the beginning.

Once again, Trump tests the bounds of Twitter's terms of service.

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