The infamous neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer has been removed from several separate platforms in the past week, but its operators will still likely be able to lurk in the shadows of the dark web.
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A number of companies are clamping down on customers, products and content that may be associated with bigoted principles, but not all seem to have an exact criteria for their respective restrictions.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to make an extra $89.6 million in bonuses, according to a Telegraph report published Friday.
A Russian web host says it removed the domain name of The Daily Stormer after the neo-Nazi website registered for a domain name in the country, according to a Radio Free Europe report published Thursday.
Authorities in New York say two members of the infamously brutal MS-13 gang chopped a teenager to pieces because they wanted to boost their "stature," according to a Fox report published Thursday.
The Chinese government reportedly warned several domestic tech giants Thursday not to empower users with the ability to sidestep the country's virtual block on content it deems illegal.
Court officials seemed to have trouble finding jurors for the court case of former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli, who gained notoriety for significantly raising the cost of certain drugs.
Facebook terminated an anonymous, pro-Trump online group created by employees in December 2016, according to a Business Insider report published Wednesday.
Apple is allotting roughly $1 billion to acquire and create original shows and movies in the near future, according a Wall Street Journal report published Wednesday.
Benchmark Capital, one of Uber's earliest investors, wants to remove fellow board member Arianna Huffington from her post, according to a letter from another investor revealed early Wednesday.
Former President Barack Obama's Saturday night tweet on the riots in Charlottesville, Va., broke the record for most likes on a post ever.
One of the premiere self-driving car engineers made a number of scathing comments about Tesla CEO Elon Musk to his former colleague, dismissed Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.
Authorities in Boston arrested a 17-year-old male Monday night for allegedly throwing a rock at the city's Holocaust memorial, shattering the glass panel.
More and more Americans are reportedly using Amazon and Facebook to order food, exemplifying the two tech giants' penetration of yet another industry.
Crowdfunding platforms are shutting down pages trying to raise money for the legal defense of James Fields, a 20-year-old charged with second degree murder.
Apple and Aetna reportedly met in secrecy last week to discuss the prospect of giving all customers of the massive health insurance provider one of the tech conglomerate's smart watches.
Google canceled the domain registration for a white supremacist neo-Nazi website Monday.
An official for the Transport Workers Union (TWU) says that when authorities recover dead bodies from train tracks in New York City, they are often stored in break rooms.
Chinese communist party members plan on presiding over Apple's pending data center in the Guizhou province through an oversight committee, according to a Reuters report published Monday.