Senator James Lankford (R-OK), has claimed that Russian trolls are attempting to cause anger and outrage over the recent NFL #TakeAKnee protests.
Writing at the Huffington Post, Ethan Klapper notes that Breitbart News saw a huge increase in Facebook interactions over the weekend following President Donald Trump's comments on NFL players kneeling during the national anthem and NFL…
Instagram has apologized after an algorithm repurposed a user's screenshot of a rape threat she received as an advertisement for the platform.
Speaking to Axios at a Toronto artificial intelligence conference, Yoshua Bengio warned against the concentration of money and power in Silicon Valley.
At the first Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg asserted that social media platforms "have to be more aggressive" in fighting "fake news."
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) attacks on President Trump turned personal after she tweeted Friday that First Lady Melania Trump is among those who cannot trust the president.
A former Facebook executive has stated that tech companies such as Google and Facebook have become "surveillance states" and are "inviting government regulation."
A Yale University study on the effectiveness of combatting "fake news" underlines what the rest of the country already knew: Americans no longer trust the media to tell the truth.
Facebook reportedly has plans to launch a new Tinder-style "meetup" feature.
A new poll warns the Republican Congressional leadership that a revolt is brewing against them among President Trump's base.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg pledged to "fight, both in the courts and with Congress to help give Dreamers a permanent legislative path to citizenship" in an internal message to employees leaked to Breitbart News.
Zuckerberg calls on Congress to pass legislation to protect illegal aliens from deportation who were brought to U.S. as children
A member of the Palestinian security services is in Shin Bet custody on suspicion that he incited violence, the Shin Bet says in a statement.
President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner support the idea of extending DACA, according to a report in the New York Times.
In a message posted on his own Facebook platform, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he stands with "Dreamers," the estimated 850,000 illegal aliens who were brought to the United States by their parents as children and who gained protected status…