Menlo Park - Facebook has pulled a massive network of fake Facebook Pages that US intelligence has since tied to a Russian group aimed at using the social media platform to help shape the upcoming mid-term elections. Head of cybersecurity policy at Facebook, Nathaniel Gleicher, had said the company was still investigating the troll accounts,...
Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange is said to be running out of time, as concerns over his failing health and his rumoured indictment in the US over his alleged collusion with Russia to interfere with the US elections begins to grow. The US investigators have implied that Assange through his Wikileaks foundation had served as...
Registering just around $3.4 billion in profits, California energy giant Chevron, has revealed a growing net income of $3.4 billion for the second quarter of last year. While Chevron has initially fallen short of its first-quarter profit, the second quarter pick up has surged its revenues by some 20 per cent. The company also said that...
Colin Stretch, the Vice President and general counsel at Facebook, is on his way out of the company, after serving it in that capacity for just about 5 years. His departure takes effect in a few months, but definitely would not slip past this year. The announcement of Stretch’s impending departure is being closely watched by...
New York - Public opinion in the United States seems to agree with the US Federal Bureau of Investigations (the FBI) that Maria Burtina, the recently indicted Russian national, was indeed a rooted spy for the Kremlin. Similarly, the opinion seems to be the same even outside of the United States, but of course, not...
The Florida Morning Post and The Hill are reporting that protests broke out in front of the White House following a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin. Protestors had gathered outside the White House on Monday following Trump’s meeting with Putin in Helsinki, Finland. The meeting was part of a larger tour...
Helsinki - A thirty minutes later than expected arrival by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, is already giving Democrats another feather in the hat as it relates to their objection to a meeting between the White House and the Kremlin. Putin’s late arrival had meant that the one-on-one meeting between himself and the US...
The Justice Department has expressed its intention to appeal a recent court ruling that has technically allow ATT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner and CNN. Their decision came as a result of a judge’s ruling last month that the US government had failed to convince the court that the AT&T acquisition deal violates antitrust law. Judge Richard...
London, June 22 - Nearly 4.5 million British children may be living in areas with serious air pollution, says a UNICEF report on Thursday. Britain took to check on its air quality after the European Commission threatened to drag Britain and five other European Union states to the EU court of justice if they failed to...
CNET recently reported that Microsoft is continuing to expand its battle with Google through the introduction of a new product, Microsoft News. How Americans get their news has slowly changed over the years, with Pew Research estimating in 2016 that 38% of Americans got their news online. Fortune reported last year that 18% of online users...