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The Mueller report is finally out, now here come the subpoenas

Federal investigators could go after Mark Zuckerberg personally in a legal escalation after massive privacy scandals

Ancestry.com apologised for a commercial featuring what appears to be an enslaved black woman running away with a white man

Facebook may have broken the law by harvesting 1.5 million users' email contacts, experts say

Here are 7 takeaways from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation

A former Air China flight attendant pleads guilty to illegally smuggling packages for Chinese officials, US prosecutors say

Facebook updated a blog post and said the number of unencrypted Instagram user passwords was in the 'millions' not its previous estimate of 'tens of thousands'

An EU government data watchdog is 'engaging' with Facebook after it harvested 1.5 million users’ email contacts without consent

Canada is launching a tax credit for electric vehicles. Tesla's cars are too expensive to qualify.

Facebook banned a bunch of fascist and far-right groups including the BNP, EDL, and Britain First

China reportedly monitors what civil servants do outside work as the country rolls out its ambitious social credit system

Some Homeland Security officials are shaken by Trump’s purge and pointing out their new office is built at a former government mental hospital

North Korea claims to have test fired new tactical guided weapon

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she left Facebook because 'social media poses a public health risk to everybody'

One of the tech industry's leading critics says Apple and Google's new 'screen time' features will never work because they ignore the underlying problem

NASA's administrator lavishly praised an influential Evangelical ministry during its $10,000-a-table fundraiser. Some experts say his speech violated the Constitution.

2 Saudi sisters fled the country and are live-tweeting their pleas for asylum. They say their father and brothers are trying to chase them down.

Trump believes Congress' efforts to cut US military aid for the Saudi-led war in Yemen was a rebuke for his response to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Boeing's CEO should be removed as chairman of the company's board amid its 737 Max crisis, a major shareholder advisor says

Google Fibre is paying $4 million to Louisville, Kentucky to repair damage to city streets caused by its failed high-speed internet rollout