The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plans to gather a database of social media history of immigrants beginning October 18. This database will include but not be limited to posts from immigrants’ Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts, as well as their search results and networks of friends, and will continue to collect social media … Continued
Doxxing for good reasons is still a bad idea.
Police and FBI agents in Ohio and neighboring states are on the hunt for Steve Stephens, who allegedly shot and killed Robert Godwin, Sr. On Sunday, Stephens recorded the murder on his cell phone and then uploaded the video to Facebook. Residents of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania are urged to be … Continued
It was a debate that was at many times more about the tenor and tone of the campaign than the issues, where many tuned in to see how Donald Trump would respond to a leaked videotape from 2005 in which he appeared to advocate and admit to sexual assault. Half the evening played out on … Continued
Saudi women flood the Saudi government with demands to repeal guardianship laws.
Mark Zuckerberg has won a trademark infringement case in China, where other US companies have failed. Does his success in Chinese court indicate a deepening relationship with the government, and if so, what for?
Parents love sharing images of their children online, but children find it intrusive — or worse.
Hollywood casting directors are increasingly looking at social media clout over acting chops, a change which has some veteran performers questioning the future of the craft.
[DIGEST: The New York Times, CNN-Wire, Vox] A group of armed men hostile to the federal government occupied a building at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon, on Saturday night. The exact number of men is unclear: they claim to have over 100 on site; those on the scene believe it to be … Continued