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The new law is designed to force Google and Facebook to pay publishers for news.
Australia’s proposed laws are seen as a possible template for other nations.
Australia wakes up to reality of Facebook without news
"When you find out your wife actually *did* Google you before your first blind date," Douglas Emhoff later wrote on Instagram.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) unveiled the third major proposal of her presidential campaign Friday, a plan to make it
It’s one of the biggest regulatory enforcement actions since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, came into force in May.
Kevin McCallister is back with a remake all you filthy animals will love.
DHOLPUR, Rajasthan — After Drake's "Kiki Challenge" went viral around the world, a video of two villagers in Telangana racked
This is going to be Pokemon Go all over again.
What net neutrality really means for consumers and companies.
Global TV shows: 1. “Stranger Things” 2. “13 Reasons Why” 3. “Big Brother Brasil” 4. “Game of Thrones” 5. “Iron Fist” U.S
Yes your boss can probably still see your browsing history.
Possibly a little creepy but definitely necessary.
According to Emojipedia - the definitive catalogue of all things emoji - the hamburger emoji was first approved as part of
Players get points for using dogs and cats as food sources.