MeWe, a social media app centered around data privacy, has seen a surge in downloads in recent weeks as Big Tech companies crack down on user content.
The Daily Wire managing editor Cabot Phillips on people leaving blue cities with high taxes and moving to red states amid the coronavirus pandemic and he discusses Big Tech censoring conservatives.
Constellation Research founder Ray Wang argues Big Tech standards are ‘not being enforced uniformly’ and that the suspensions against Parler will be ‘problematic’ in the long run.
Parler CEO John Matze discusses whether his company will offer an IPO in the near future. He also argues Big Tech companies have grown during the pandemic amid small business lockdowns.
Apple CEO Tim Cook slammed Facebook after the social media platform said Apple's new transparency feature would hurt small businesses.
As the coronavirus vaccine becomes available this winter and into the spring, hackers will be sure to use news of the vaccine to their advantage, according to consumer credit reporting company Experian.
Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth Keith Krach discusses Chinese companies’ compliance with U.S. auditing rules, the importance of security as the U.S. builds its 5G network, the future of TikTok and his recent trip to Taiwan.
A since-fixed iPhone vulnerability allowed hackers to control any iPhone within WiFi range, a Google researcher found.
The U.S. saw a 427% increase in delivery and shipping-related scams amid Black Friday and Cyber Monday, according to data from cybersecurity firm Check Point Research.
Cloudflare co-founder and CEO Matthew Prince discusses how technology platforms were used to subvert the election and 'undermine trust,' and his company's donation to minimize cyberattacks.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr says the 'publisher conduct falls outside the protections' of Section 230.
Section 230 is a key provision under the Communications Decency Act, which shields online companies from being held liable for the content their users create.
Big tech CEOs to testify before Senate panel; Business Insider columnist Adam Lashinsky joins 'After the Bell'.
Tusk Holdings CEO and venture capitalist Bradley Tusk argues a Democrat sweep in the election would likely lead to antitrust, privacy and Section 230 issues for Big Tech.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and Forbes Media chairman Steve Forbes provide insight into the Department of Justice's antitrust lawsuit against Google.
Capitalist Pig hedge fund manager Jonathan Hoenig on Britain giving police access to track people who have been told to quarantine.
Video game giant PlayStation is looking to quell privacy concerns from its players after they were notified of a new update coming to the game maker's Party chat feature on its PS5 consoles.
The attack on eResearchTechnology (ERT) began two weeks ago when employees discovered they were locked out of their data
Anthem, the health insurance company behind Blue Cross-Blue Shield, has agreed to pay nearly $40 million in another settlement over a 2015 cyberattack that compromised the personal information belonging to nearly 79 million people.
Lawyers using the D.C. Bar exam website to apply for licenses to practice law say the site had a bug that exposed some applicants' sensitive information.