Gates’ private office said “these claims are false, recycled rumors from sources who have no direct knowledge, and in some cases have significant conflicts of interest.”
Frances Haugen's testimony before Congress signaled that the era of the Big Tech whistleblower has most definitely arrived.
The CEO denied an ex-manager's remarks — based on Facebook’s own research — that the company puts “profits before people,” saying this was “just not true.”
Australia’s high court ruled earlier this month that publishers were legally responsible for comments added to their posts, even if stories were accurate.
The effort, called Project Amplify, would be a dramatic shift in policy for the social media giant, which had taken to apologizing publicly for any untoward content.
The all-amateur crew was the first to circle the world without a professional astronaut.
The agreement is part of a preliminary settlement of a lawsuit filed on behalf of iPhone app developers in the U.S.
Cybersecurity experts say rebooting your phone once a week is the most basic thing you can do to protect your info.
The megacorporation wants unfettered access so they can leave packages when people may not be home.
The platform's automated systems keep insisting the word "hoe" violates community standards.