Facebook Contractor Spies on Horrified Moderators. When Does It End?

A Facebook partner is spying on its own traumtized content moderators, giving us even more reasons to distrust Mark Zuckerberg’s company. | Source: AFP PHOTO / Brendan Smialowski Facebook released a video last year apologizing for its data misuse that likely swayed the 2016 election. It ends by saying “if this place does what it …

Google’s Stock Now Has a Greater Chance of Crashing on DOJ Probes

Donald Trump tweeted out attacks on Google’s CEO, echoing criticisms of the company’s anti-conservative bias. | Source: (i) AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin (ii) AP Photo / Jeff Chiu, File; Edited by CCN President Donald Trump attacked Google CEO Sundar Pichai in his latest tweetstorm. It’s standard Donald Trump to jawbone at his opponents, and Google would …

Craig Wright Whiffs in Suit Against Ex-Pal Roger Ver

Craig Wright’s legal campaign continues to experience turbulence, with a UK court dealing a devastating blow to the self-declared Bitcoin creator’s quest to use the strong arm of the law to unsully his less-than-stellar-reputation. The self-proclaimed “Satoshi Nakamoto” launched a libel lawsuit against Roger Ver after Ver taunted him by calling him a “fraud” – a …

AOC is Right on Stock Buybacks, But For All the Wrong Reasons

Last week, Alexandria Ocasio–Cortez made several misleading statements regarding stock buybacks in Congress, as part of her push to ban such buybacks. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@RepAOC/@AOC) and @P4AD President David Mitchell on stock buybacks: 🎥 https://t.co/66n2jaBY2Z pic.twitter.com/XmVaIMAKkO — CSPAN (@cspan) July 26, 2019 That being said, AOC did make a good point regarding stock buybacks …