Facebook introduces political petitions to your News Feed
It's a powerful tool, but there's also the potential for abuse.
GoFundMe launches campaign for government workers hit by shutdown
It's a rare direct aid program from the site.
EU copyright laws face uncertain fate after 11 countries reject proposal
The Copyright Directive isn't necessarily dead, but it's in trouble.
DNC claims Russians launched more phishing attacks after midterms
Time stamps and contents of the emails linked them to a wider phishing campaign.
Oxford University halts donations and grants from Huawei
It says the decision was based on recently raised “public concerns."
Google shows its bleak vision of search under new EU copyright laws
It's a digital ghost town, according to Google.
ACLU sues US government over social media surveillance of immigrants
It’s seeking more information about the policy.
Shareholders ask Amazon to halt sales of facial recognition tech
They want to assess whether it could violate human rights.
Facebook purges more than 500 Russian-led disinformation pages
Facebook continues to play whac-a-mole with propagandists.