BREAKING: DOJ sues Google for anti-trust violations

The Department of Justice, under Attorney General Bill Barr, announced on Tuesday that they are bringing suit against tech giant Google for their dominance in search and advertising functions.

Libby Emmons

BREAKING: Project Veritas exposes Google manager admitting to election interference

Project Veritas released a new video that exposes the hidden political agenda of Google's top managers and shows how Google manipulated algorithms to skew conservative content negatively.

Libby Emmons

POLL: 71 percent of tech professionals admit to anti-conservative bias in tech

A poll posted on the social media app Blind found that 71 percent of tech professionals who use the app believe there is anti-conservative bias in tech.

Celine Ryan

Google searches for 'move to Canada' spike after US presidential debate

Tuesday night’s presidential debate appeared to spark more controversy than confidence among the American populace. From 9pm on, people started typing “move to Canada” in Google in record numbers.

James Anthony

Google Chairman endorses Joe Biden for President

“Joe Biden and Kamala Harris listen to experts before setting public policy, essential when science and technology may help with many problems facing our nation today,”

Angelo Isidorou

Trudeau minister to work 'quickly' on making Facebook pay Canadian news outlets for content

“[Google and Facebook's behaviour] reminds me of how big polluters acted 20 years ago, and I don’t think it’s a very constructive approach," said the former Green Peace activist.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Almost 200 workers were paid to promote positive PR about WE Charity

At least 180 workers were paid by an anonymous employer to promote positive stories about WE Charity in 2018 and 2019 and manipulate Google’s search algorithm. The campaign attempted to surface positive visibility and drown any negative coverage.

Mia Cathell

Ethical journalism suffers under the yoke of progressive ideology

It’s anyone's guess what losing ethical journalism will do to us as the mainstream media continues to push big tech to destroy heterodox outlets.

Peter Pischke

Google and Apple adding coronavirus tracking system to Android and iOS

Google and Apple have announced a joint effort in using technology to combat the spread of coronavirus.

Sam Edwards

Authoritarians are getting everything they want because of the coronavirus crisis

As we coordinate all of our efforts to fight this scourge, authoritarians rejoice at the measures being enacted to control populations and manage citizens.

Libby Emmons and Barrett Wilson

Google to track people's movements and inform governments during coronavirus outbreak

Google has published the location data of its users to allow governments to track whether or not people are abiding by the social distancing measures.

Quinn Patrick

Big tech tries to stop coronavirus misinformation, AI rife with mistakes

Big tech giants band together to fight misinformation surrounding coronavirus, but AI creates problems as it tries to solve them.

Quinn Patrick

Is big tech readying to rig the 2020 election?

Could Big Tech, primarily Google, YouTube and Facebook, rig the 2020 U.S. election.

Deb Gordon

Google Stadia continues library expansion with Darksiders Genesis

Genesis will be available only on Stadia and PCs until February 2020.

Ali Taghva

Google Stadia users now can claim four free games

Get ready Stadia gamers, you now have access to two more free games as a part of your Stadia Pro membership.

Ali Taghva