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US social media networks, Microsoft join hands to fight against terrorism

SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube announced Monday the formation of a forum to help make their "consumer services hostile to terrorists...

CAIR Launches New Civil Rights App Allowing Reporting of Bias Incidents

(WASHINGTON, DC, 6/23/2017) -- The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today launched a new civil rights app, called “Making Democracy Work for Everyone,” which...

Tech Titans Gather at White House to Modernize Government

A slew of high tech heavyweights, some of whom have criticized President Donald Trump’s policies, huddled at the White House Monday as the administration...

Google reveals new plans to combat online extremist content

New York (dpa) - Google pledged to crack down on extremist content online Sunday as the internet giant unveiled a new four-pronged approach. The...

New, cheap artificial photosynthesis scrubs the air and produces fuel

A research team from the University of Central Florida has found a way to trigger photosynthesis in an inexpensive synthetic material. The technology could...

Privacy Experts Say CIA Compromised Cyber Security

WikiLeaks release of the latest cache of confidential C.I.A. documents as part of an ongoing "Vault 7" operation exposed some of the U.S. government's...

Google Doodle Honors Structural Engineer Fazlur Rahman Khan

Monday's Google Doodle featured a drawing of a man standing behind skyscrapers and high-rise buildings. That man is Fazlur Rahman Khan, a Bangladeshi-American structural...

Twitter Suspended More Than 636,000 Accounts Since 2015 To Fight Extremism

Twitter’s latest transparency report shows it has been cracking down on extremists. The platform said Tuesday it has suspended more than 636,000 accounts between...

Donald Trump Trolls Silicon Valley

Close How to Fuck Up America: A Field Guide for New People in Power. 1. Humble the Technology Industry The new regime in D.C....

Amazon plans to hire 100,000 employees over next 18 months

SEATTLE — Amazon.com said it plans to add 100,000 full-time U.S. employees over the next 18 months, a move that comes amid pressure on...

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