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Neither tech company CEOs nor politicians want to make the tough calls on internet speech. Now they may have an alternative
Netflix executive Vernā Myers shares how the streamer improved Black representation at the company and the efforts it is making to improve diversity on its shows and staff.
Market researcher Euromonitor predicts COVID will define 2021 consumer experiences. But their own report reveals a need for privacy safeguards.
Ahead of Inauguration Day, tech platforms display a new willingness to take action against accounts spreading misinformation or advocating violence.
Activists see a double standard in social media companies' response to the Capitol attack and their tolerance for violent rhetoric abroad.
President Trump made reforming Section 230, the law that lets internet companies censor content, into a signature cause. Will the tumultuous end of his presidency, including his own deplatforming, advance or undo that effort?
Labor union SEIU and a handful of ride-share drivers plan to file a lawsuit challenging Prop. 22, which allows Uber, Lyft and other companies to treat workers as contractors.
Many of President Trump's most extreme followers are migrating to alternative social platforms. With Trump now permanently banned from Twitter, he may follow them.
New auto sales data shows a sharp divide between a surging market for luxury trucks and SUVs and soft sales for vehicles under $30,000.
At least one laptop was missing from a congressional office after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol on Wednesday, and other electronics may also have created vulnerabilities.
After the mob attack on the U.S. Capitol, Facebook suspends Trump's account through Jan. 20. 'The risks ... are simply too great,' says CEO Zuckerberg.
A number of prominent figures in the technology industry took to social media Wednesday to criticize the platforms' role as enablers of a tumultuous attempt to seize the U.S. Capitol.
The documentary "Sing Me a Song" follows a young Buddhist monk in Bhutan as he experiences romantic love and modern technology. Directed by Thomas Balmès.
Grubhub, alongside other gig worker platforms, has introduced changes to help pay for driver benefits required by Prop 22. Drivers say one of those policy shifts discourages tipping on the app and is sapping their earnings.