Kyle Perisic ARTICLES
Google Releases Political Ad Archive, Revealing What Campaign Spends The Most And Where
'For anyone interested in transparency'
Only 14 Percent Of US Adults Say Social Media Posts Changed Their Mind On An Issue: Pew
18-29 year old men are most likely to change their mind
Democratic Favorite Wins Minnesota Primary For Governor
He'll face GOP candidate Jeff Johnson in November
Former Minnesota Governor Loses GOP Primary For Governor
He raised more than four times the money ...
Keith Ellison Wins Democratic MN Attorney General Primary Amid Abuse Allegations
Beat her by almost 100,000 votes
Likely First Muslim Woman In Congress Wins Democratic Primary In Keith Ellison's Old District
She won by almost 19 percentage points
Apple Argues Its HQ Is Worth Only $200 To Reduce Tax Burden
Apple borders 'on abusing the system'
Digital Ad Competition Grows Weaker As Google And Facebook's Ad Dominance Continues
The number of digital ad companies fell 21 percent since 2013
Google Tracks Users Regardless Of Privacy Settings, Here's How To Delete It
Even when you're in airplane mode
David Versus Goliath: This Alternative To Facebook And Twitter Aims To Challenge Their Duopoly
'Aligning with the first amendment is better as a principle'
WikiLeaks Was Served With A DNC Lawsuit ... Through Twitter
Accused of fraud, wiretapping, and misappropriating trade secrets.
Did The Twitter CEO Just Hint At Adopting An Official Free Speech Policy?
'Freedom of speech and belief'
Court Orders Twitter To Change 'Abusive' Terms Of Service, Gets Fined
'Gigantic scope for the protection of users' personal data'
Facebook To Ban Pages That Share 3D Gun Digital Blueprints
'Not allowed under our Community Standards'
Facebook Accused Of Hindering Murder Investigation Of 13-Year-Old Girl For Not Revealing Suspect's Password
'There should be a massive fine if they don't comply'
Twitter CEO Begins Media Tour In Aftermath Of Alex Jones Censorship
'This is not easy'
Cruz Eyes The Red Planet, But Says NASA Can't Make It To There Without The Private Sector
'It will define a new generation'
The US Is Losing Its 'Sputnik Moment' To China
'We are playing a losing game'
Apple Can't Monitor What Data Apps Collect On Users, Leaving Room For Abuse
'It is the developer's obligation'
Instagram Banned British Activist Tommy Robinson For 18 Hours, Says It Was An Accident
'How does that even happen?'
As Facebook Users Turn Away, Google And Its Platforms Get More Use
Went from 28.6 percent to 34.2 percent from June 2017 to June 2018
China Is Crushing The US In Developing 5G -- Giving Them A Decades-Long Advantage Over US
'Era of untapped economic potential'
WSJ: Facebook Asked Banks For Customers' Data
For checking account balances and fraud alerts
Tech Giants Embrace Privacy Regulations, Begin Meeting With Lawmakers
'Doing nothing is not an option'
Cybersecurity Experts Warn Fake Facebook Creators Are Getting Better At Concealing Their Identities
'Went to much greater lengths to obscure their true identities'
'Please Release Her': Iowa Mother Gives Heartfelt Plea To Missing Daughter's Potential Abductor
The New York Times' New Racist Employee Has A History Of Hating The Paper -- Praised Libel Lawsuit Against It
'You know what IS good? That someone is FINALLY suing the New York Times for libel'
Amazon Removes Some Nazi, KKK Products After Review
Some sites claim it's a new policy ... it's not
Kevin McCarthy Wants Twitter CEO To Testify Before Congress For Shadow Banning Allegations
'Potential to impact the national conversation'
Netflix Won't Be Streaming Anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan's Documentary After Public Backlash
'An internal miscommunication'