Google and Facebook are two of the largest and clearest monopolies in the world, and between them, the harvesting of your personal information goes far beyond what most people realize was even possible.
U.K. judge says crime information was out of date, irrelevant Court rejects bid by second man to remove links to conviction
"If I know your phone number, I can track your whereabouts globally."
More than 3,100 Google employees are calling for the cancellation of a controversial drone program and saying that they want out of the business of war.
Brave, an open source web browser by Mozilla's co-founder that claims to block ads and trackers, in addition to facilitating cryptocurrency-based micro-transactions between content consumers and producers, has announced development plans for its up
Google is introducing new playable ads inside other games. It's an ad-Inception.
The largest search engine on the planet, Google, announced formally it will restrict advertisement of "Cryptocurrencies and related content (including but not limited to initial coin offerings, cryptocurrency exchanges, cryptocurrency wallets, and
Interest in firearms soars after Parkland shooting
Users of latest Chrome browser on Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Android will have some of most intrusive types of ads blocked automatically
Google's browser doesn't go as far as full-on ad blockers and won't always stop ad trackers. But already it's cut ads on 42 percent of websites it's tangled with.
Internet users are posting videos that show Google products refusing to answer questions about Christian figures, when the same products have no problem answering similar question about other religions and deities.
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Ok everybody, grit your teeth, this is going to be very, very painful. Google is escalating its campaign of internet censorship, announcing that it will expand its workforce of human censors to over 10,000, the internet giant announced on December 4
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It's been an exciting and action-packed 6 months for Presearch! We're well on our way to realizing the vision for an open, transparent and community-driven search engine, and we couldn't have done it without the incredible support we've re
Tech giant launches digital Night of the Long Knives in response to Trump presidency
So far, high-profile Silicon Valley venture capitalist and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel isn't saying publicly why he gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to the campaign of a state attorney general who's just launched an antitrust probe of Goog
Presearch today announced the beta launch of its decentralized, community-driven search engine built to disrupt the multi-billion dollar internet search industry.
Cities already have tolls and charges for a lot of services (parking and roads, licenses) in a city but Google is far more efficient at generating money from targeting ads and mobile ads.
The big boys, Apple and Google, are now actively developing a payment API for cryptos to use within their browsers. This is a double-edged sword and possibly indicates a shift in tax policy.
Google has taken the unprecedented step of burying material, mostly from websites on the political right, that it has deemed to be inappropriate. The problem, however, is that the world's largest search engine is a left-leaning company with an ax t
Presearch, a software development startup specializing in information search engines, is challenging Google on its own turf with a double-barreled approach, using both blockchain technology and AI.