Facebook will reveal who uploaded your contact info for ad targeting

Facebook’s crack down on non-consensual ad targeting last year will finally produce results. In March, TechCrunch discovered Facebook planned to require advertisers to pledge that they had permission to upload someone’s phone...

Disgruntled drivers and ‘cultural challenges’: Uber admits to its biggest risk factors

Company issues warnings over workplace environment in public disclosures filed to the SECWhen Uber filed the paperwork for its initial public offering on Thursday, the quintessential bad boy startup signaled to the world that...

Twitter gives events a boost with new publisher tools

As Twitter continues to look for ways to monetize its platform beyond basic advertising, it is building more tools for businesses that turn Twitter into more of a utility that helps them...

Me too, me too! 2020 also-ran Kirsten Gillibrand slams Trump’s racist language; ‘No human...

We already went through all of this a year ago: President Trump called MS-13 gang members — not all immigrants — “animals,” and the left tripped over themselves to shame Trump for his dehumanizing...

11 meditation apps to help you de-stress

Image: christopher furlong/Getty ImagesFacebook will surely be bracing itself for some fresh backlash from the public next week following a number of revealing legal documents being unsealed. Those documents are expected to detail how...

‘WHOA’! Here’s the Sean Davis tweet that Twitter shadowbanned to ‘keep people safe’

A few days ago, The Federalist’s Sean Davis asked a question based on a Lisa Page transcript he tweeted that wasn’t visible to his followers: Is @Twitter experimenting with shadow bans by...