Eric Lieberman ARTICLES
Hackers Already Targeting Midterm Candidates As Three Top FBI Cybersecurity Officials Resign
Facebook Announces 'Data Transfer' Partnership With Twitter, Google, And Microsoft
'Not a positive collective experience'
Facebook Says It Will Remove Content That May Lead To Violence, Right After Zuckerberg Clarifies Take On Holocaust Deniers
Trying to play both sides?
Search 'Idiot' And Trump Shows Up
Try 'side of beef' as well
Zuckerberg: I'm Not Going To Ban Holocaust Deniers
And 'I'm Jewish'
Artificial Intelligence Experts Promise Not To Build Robots That Can Kill Everyone
'The decision to take a human life should never be delegated to a machine'
Apple Thinks Giving China's State-Owned Telecom Operator Control Over User Data Is Worth It For The Money
And Apple CEO Tim Cook lectures Americans about progressivism?
EU Hits Google With Record $5 Billion Fine For Being A Dominant Monopoly
'Changed the lives of millions'
Protesters Held Up Signs During Hearing Depicting Zuckerberg, Sandberg As Octopuses, Evoking Anti-Semitism
Allegedly tied to Soros
Democratic Congressman Calls Social Media Bias A Conservative 'Conspiracy Theory'
Undercover Reporter Shows Facebook Moderators Keeping 'Child Abuse' Online. Company Responds
'We take these mistakes incredibly seriously'
Amazon Is Messing Up Badly At The Worst Time Possible
'Please go back and try again'
For Those Who Want A New Facebook: Privacy Advocates Fed Up With The Tech Giant Are Launching Their Own Social Media Platform
'They are all about making as much money as possible out of people'
Putin Claims His Country Stopped 25 Million Cyberattacks During The World Cup
'People who came to our country really felt they were safe'
Lawmakers To Question Facebook, Google, Twitter Over Political Bias And Censorship
'Technology can be used to suppress a particular viewpoint'
Someone Took Out A Full-Page Ad In SF Newspaper To Warn Residents To 'Watch Your Backs' For Homeless People
'Stepping over used syringes and filth'
Local Prosecutor Says Execution Is 'Not Supposed To Be A Pleasant Experience,' Calls For Return Of Firing Squads
'It's constitutional and just end it right now'
Professor Predicted Back In 2016 That DC's Water Crisis Would Be Massively Worse Than Flint
'Water is Life!'
Facebook Is Trying To Help Election Security, But May Be Violating People's Privacy Expectations In The Process
'Provide researchers access to data'
Walmart Gains Patent For Surveillance Tool That Will Record Employees' And Customers' Conversations
Facebook Removes 'Treason' Category For Advertisers After Concerns Of Authoritarian Regime Targeting
Uber's Head Of HR Departs After Investigation Into Racial Discrimination
Allegedly pressured to do so
Apple Engineer Charged For Trying To Bring Driverless Car Secrets To Chinese Startup
Arrested at the airport
Kavanaugh Went Against Net Neutrality Rules As DC Judge. What His Ascension To The Supreme Court Means For The Issue
'The net neutrality rule violates the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution'
Hooded Thieves Make Off With $27,000 Worth Of Apple Products In Less Than 30 Seconds
'One customer stood by the door to prevent them from leaving'
Lawmakers Demand Answers From Google And Apple Over Potential Privacy Violations
' ... recordings of users, may be used in ways that consumers do not expect'
A Popular Social Media App Says It Was Breached, Affecting 21 Million
'Allow a malicious actor to view without permission some of your social media posts'
Report: White Supremacist Organizations Are Using Amazon, 'Delivering Hate' Online
'Has an ethical and moral responsibility to stop delivering hate to the world'
Chinese Executive Ousted By Trump Says His Departure Is 'Deeply Humiliating'
'Straighten up its spine'
Twitter Says It's Suspending 1 Million Accounts A Day, Prioritizing Cleansing Over Growth
Getting way more aggressive