Google has promised to change the default settings on its services to store less user browser history and location data on its servers. The default setting will only apply to new users -- existing users will need to change the settings themselves.
An internet registrar is threatening to delist a website that is a leading promoter of white nationalist and anti-immigration views
Last Nov. 20, NBC News broke the news that Mark Zuckerberg, Donald Trump and a Facebook board member, Peter Thiel, had dined together at the White House the previous month.
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Google Chrome extensions, which have been downloaded more than 32-million times, were used to spy on the browser's users in a massive global surveillance campaign.
Marc Handley has a technical analysis of how ground stations and idle user terminals can be used to relay Starlink and can eventually halve the latency across the United States. However, even the minimum coverage configuration and a few hundred groun
Marc Handley has a technical analysis of how ground stations and idle user terminals can be used to relay Starlink and can eventually halve the latency across the United States.
SpaceX Wants You to Try Getting Internet From Space with Starlink
We've all come across online fact checkers that purport to warn us away from independent media sites under the guise of protecting us from fake news.
Websites the Federalist and ZeroHedge have come under fire from Google Ads which has in one case de-monetized one site and threatened to do so to another if they do not remove comments posted to stories that Google considers "racist".
Google is acting directly to shape what people can say and where they're allowed to speak. #FoxNews #Tucker
A website allows people to scream endlessly at their computer screen or smartphone and plays it back.
Earlier today, NBC reported that Google confirmed it financially blacklisted two sites known for criticism of the left: conservative commentary site the Federalist and alternative news site ZeroHedge. Following its publication, NBC amended its articl
The noose of censorship continues to tighten. I recently reported how Twitter now falsely labels Mercola article links as unsafe and malicious, warning potential readers my site might steal passwords and other personal data, or install malware on you
The eleventh launch of Starlink is scheduled for early July. Gwynn Shotwell says that after 12-14 launches, SpaceX will begin selling commercial service.
NBC News reporter Adele-Momoko Fraser thanked two foreign non-profit organizations for their "collaboration" in urging Google to demonetize The Federalist, a respected conservative American news website, on Tuesday.
Liftoff occurred just over an hour before sunrise in Florida on June 13.
Radio waves travel poorly through the water, which makes it difficult for divers or submersibles to wirelessly transmit information to the surface. Scientists are trying to change that, though, by developing an underwater version of Wi-Fi.
David Espinoza appeared unhappy when Arizona joined scores of states investigating Google last year.
CHD Gives Notice to FCC Against 5G Cell Towers on Homes--Ex-Parte Letter Receives Over 15,000 Signatures!
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Amazon, the world's dominant online distributor of books and e-books, is censoring a book about the Chinese virus from lockdown critic and former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson.
SpaceX keeps winning with a successful of another 60 Starlink satellites. This means they have 420 production satellites in orbit which is enough for minimum global service.
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Getting on the web is expensive. In the United States, the average cost of a home internet connection is $60 per month. Don't fancy paying all that money? Don't worry; even if you don't have a regular ISP, there are still ways to go online.
Because Slavery Incorporated really cares about "justice."
We've got a beginner-friendly explainer on this privacy and security tool for online browsing, and how it works with VPNs.
A new executive order would pare back crucial portions of Section 230
Toronto scuttled Google's plans for a 'smart city' on its waterfront due to privacy concerns and lack of transparency in planning. Sidewalk Labs, a subsidiary of Alphabet that owns Google, planned autonomous cars, a mix of offices and retail wi