There's an alternative theory about why Mark Zuckerberg looks like he's running for president
The psychological and technology tricks are now revealed. The social media giants do indeed practice PSYOPS (ie mind control). Here are the details.
Snap Maps lets users track each other's movements in real time, but child safety groups are cautioning young people against sharing their location
President Donald Trump had some advice for Democrats Wednesday, after they lost the special congressional election in Georgia and South Carolina on Tuesday:
When you use Facebook, it doesn't look like Facebook is doing much.
Paris Swade for Liberty Writers reports, President Trump's son retweeted a Trump supporter today and started a whole conversation into what happened today to Steve Scalise. The tweet was forwarded from a commentator named Harlan Hill. He appeared o
The latest excuse liberals have come up with for why Hillary lost the election is that the Russians are helping Donald Trump's tweets go viral by giving them more likes and retweets. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.
And just like that, the term Snaplicant was born, when moments ago McDonalds - which appears to have run out of "qualified" line cook and fast food job candidates (as our latest overview of the restaurant industry showed) -
A woman is going to sue President Trump for blocking her on Twitter, saying it violates her First Amendment. She has retained a lawyer, The Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University in New York, and they sent him a demand letter, and if
Danney Williams is who he says he is -- at least according to Twitter.
Virtually all tech moguls like Zuckerberg are a) ethically vacuous and b)believe in a borderless world. Thus, kissing up to China is logical and pragmatic. ? TN Editor
A bad credit score can be quite the hardship in America. But can you imagine a bad social credit score? China is implementing social credit scores that will influence the types of schooling, jobs, and housing available to citizens. The population wil
In a landmark trial, a Swiss man has received a two-year suspended sentence and a CHF4,000 ($4,000) fine in a defamation case which involved him "liking" Facebook posts that accused an animal rights activist of racism and anti-Semitism.
A couple of days ago, WND ran a story entitled "Bombshell: Donna Brazile Warned Off Private Eye On Seth Rich Murder."
A couple of days ago, WND ran a story entitled "Bombshell: Donna Brazile Warned Off Private Eye On Seth Rich Murder." The story was sourced back to on-the-record quotes provided by Detective Rod Wheeler who was hired by the Rich family shortly after
Data mining is such a prosaic part of our online lives that it's hard to sustain consumer interest in it, much less outrage.
Social media giant threatened to terminate my account