The sweep targets dozens of alleged scams in the biggest coordinated state enforcement action yet.
It has become a familiar pattern in the all-too-common aftermath of American school shootings: A barrage of online misinformation, seemingly designed to cloud the truth or win political points. But some were still surprised at the speed with which the Santa Fe shooting descended into information warfare.
His plan for Loop - a zero-emission, high speed rail project - sounds like it should have been a sure thing in a stalled city. Instead, some residents and city officials are voicing opposition.
Lawmakers on Thursday sought to convince Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey to come testify to Congress as part of their probe into the privacy practices of the country’s largest tech companies.
YouTube will split its premium service in two, creating a music-streaming service called YouTube Music and another for its original video content called YouTube Premium.
Immigration officials originally wanted artificial intelligence that could continuously track foreign visitors' social media. They're giving the job to humans instead.
In the latest news of the net neutrality fight, the Senate approved a resolution that will attempt to reverse the FCC's act of deregulating the Internet.
Senate Democrats had been pushing for a vote to try to restore net neutrality rules.
He will meet with key regulators as soon as next week amid scrutiny of his company’s privacy practices and previous entanglement with Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook revealed Tuesday that it had removed more than half a billion fake accounts and millions of pieces of other violent, hateful or obscene content over the first three months of 2018, as lawmakers around the world continue to scrutinize the company's business practices.
Hackers targeted Chili's restaurants to steal credit and debit card numbers and cardholder names from customers over the past two months.
Researchers say they have discovered a critical flaw in email security.
Facebook did not immediately provide detail on which apps were suspended or how many people had used them in its first update since the social network announced the internal audit in March.
The social media company did not immediately provide detail on which apps were suspended or how many people had used them. Facebook said the apps would now undergo a “thorough investigation” into whether they had misused user data. CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said Facebook will examine tens of thousands of apps that could have accessed […]
ZTE had said last week that it would cease “major operating activities” because of the U.S. government’s recent trade restrictions.
Friendship's latest enemy? "Phubbing." Find out what it means, and learn expert tips on how to avoid it on your way to becoming a better friend using technology.
The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood said the presence of voice-activated speakers on children's nightstands could prove intrusive or disruptive to their development.
"There is no other way to say it,” said Randall Stephenson, in a memo to employees.
Snapchat stories will move back to the right side of the app, following user backlash over a troubled redesign.
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Video-recording rides? Coming clean about accident and assault rates? New Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has ideas for how to make Uber “the safest mobility platform.” Buckle up.