The bipartisan subpoena of Jim Watkins marks the most significant action yet taken against a site derided as a cesspool of online hate.
Debate may be raging about government uses of facial-recognition technology, but the technology already is an accepted part of Americans’ everyday lives. Now hundreds of summer camps across the United States have tethered their rustic lakefronts to facial-recognition software, allowing parents an increasingly omniscient view into their kids’ home away from home.
The gathering marks the Trump administration's first major engagement on the issue days after two mass shootings left 31 dead.
The anonymous message board remained offline Tuesday as its leadership faced new fire on multiple fronts.
Abandoned by a key partner for its "lawlessness" in the wake of mass shootings, the anonymous message board vowed to stay online, even as its posters threatened more bloodshed.
The suspected El Paso killer posted a racist manifesto to the anonymous extremist site. Now experts are worried that "targeted violence will become a meme itself."
Amazon’s cloud-computing unit was considered the front-runner in a race to secure a $10 billion Pentagon contract. Now that could be in trouble.
The bemoaning of social media suppression has proved to be an incredible marketing opportunity — and a route to stardom — for Trump’s right-wing provocateurs.
The fakes could undermine Facebook's efforts to inspire confidence and satisfy the regulators now scrutinizing the global currency.
That showdown has exposed deep rancor at a tech giant that has become infamous for its head-turning cars, high-pressure workloads — and Musk, its unyielding boss.