YouTube Bans Firearms Demo Videos, Entering the Gun Control Debate

Google’s new policy prohibits promotion of guns, bump stocks At least one video gun blogger ditched YouTube for PornHub greater restrictions on content several times in the past year, responding to a series of issues with inappropriate and offensive videos. Most of those changes involved pulling ads from categories of…

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Facebook Sued by Investors Over Voter-Profile Harvesting

Investors claim Facebook failed to disclose vulnerability Research firm gathered data for Trump without permission fell as much as 5.2 percent to $175.41 Monday in New York, wiping out all of the year’s gains so far. It was the biggest intraday drop since Jan. 12. The stock dropped another 2.6…

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Typing These Words Into Facebook’s Search Bar Yields Some Pretty Awful Results

As we’ve seen in past months (and years), Facebook isn’t exactly the safe space we’d like to think it is. Fake news, murders and suicides streamed from Facebook Live, and the collection of personal data are all unfortunate realities and events we’ve come to associate with the social networking site.…

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What Would Regulating Facebook Look Like?

The drumbeat to regulate Big Tech began pounding long before the Cambridge Analytica scandal rocked Facebook—six long years ago, the Obama administration pushed a “Privacy Bill of Rights” that, like most other legislative attempts to safeguard your data online, went nowhere. But this time, as they say, feels different. Thanks…

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How Joaquin Phoenixs Role as Jesus Transformed His Perspective on Forgiveness & Women in the Church

ShareTweet While Hollywood has long been known as a breeding ground for hedonism and anti-Christian sentiments, it seems the string of faith-based films to come out of America’s movie capital in recent years has had a profound effect on its actors. As in such with Joaquin Phoenix. From Andrew Garfield’s role in the…

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Trump May Be Deposed in Apprentice Groping Lawsuit

Manhattan state court judge says ‘no one is above the law’ Ruling adds to Stormy Daniels controversy over hush payment Summer Zervos, right, arrives at the New York County Criminal Court on Dec. 5, 2017. Stormy Daniels Faces $20 Million in Damages in Trump Lawsuit The decision may also complicate Trump’s…

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“To the Girl Who Hated My Pregnancy Announcement”

ShareTweet Infertility is a silent struggle that all too many women wrestle with. Time after time of trying, followed by time after time of disappointment, a hollowness that screams “unworthy” and “unfit mother” reverberates through their empty wombs. While that may seem dramatized for those who never battled with wanting…

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Facebook Plunges as Pressure Mounts on Zuckerberg Over Data

Demands follow report that Cambridge Analytica violated rules Lawmakers seek more than ‘false reassurance’ on data safety Mark Zuckerberg to appear before lawmakers to explain how U.K.-based Cambridge Analytica, the data-analysis firm that helped Donald Trump win the U.S. presidency, was able to harvest the personal information. Facebook has already…

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Kate McKinnon destroys Betsy DeVos in the education secretary’s latest ‘SNL’ appearance

Last week, Donald Trump’s Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, had a rough time on 60 Minutes. Facing basic questions about the issues her government role is focused on, DeVos responded with a series of awkward fumbles and “did she really just say that??” self-owns. It was perfectly primed for a…

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Russian Hackers Attacking U.S. Power Grid and Aviation, FBI Warns

U.S. officials warn of attacks, including on nuclear plants Cyber-attacks underway since at least March 2016, U.S. says reported in July that Russian hackers had breached more than a dozen power plants in seven states, an aggressive campaign that has since expanded to dozens of states, according to a person…

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