Amy Cooper was initially placed on administrative leave following the viral video, but the company confirmed her termination on Tuesday afternoon.
Coronavirus has underscored how Big Tech imbues our lives—and it isn't all pretty.
The RN posted two selfies side by side to show the effects that being intubated after a COVID-19 diagnosis had on his body.
"I'm not discrediting the apology I'm just saying we can't give people a pass for this."
"The Bachelor" alum Bekah Martinez has addressed the controversy, saying: "We've GOT to hold people accountable to do better."
"Graduate Together 2020" will air across multiple networks on May 16 and will see President Barack Obama, LeBron James, Megan Rapinoe and many others paying tribute to the class of 2020.
Facebook announced that it was purchasing the GIF-platform for $400 million, and users reported an issue sending one GIF in particular, but Giphy said that it's not intentionally removing anything.
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"There is no such thing as AGI and we are nowhere near matching human intelligence," Jerome Pesenti tweeted.
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Jameela Jamil also came to Teigen and Kondo's defense, calling Roman "distasteful" and "cliche" for criticizing women of color for being successful in business.
Set to Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York," the short is a tribute to the city and the health care workers putting their lives on the line during the coronavirus pandemic.
The festival mixes educational sessions with musical performances from the likes of Coldplay's Chris Martin.
Facebook has unveiled details about its new oversight board, which will review contentious content while operating independently of the social network.
In a rare post, Adele thanked first responders and essential workers, as celebrities wished her a happy birthday in the comments.
From throwback photos to designs that could have been.
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Missouri residents who felt compelled to share information with local authorities about businesses operating during the lockdown are now worried after their names and addresses were shared on Facebook.
Mick Jagger and Nick Jonas are just some of the stars who will be featured in the concert live stream.
The star made the announcement regarding her "High Road" tour, as more artists cancel and postpone upcoming tours amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Louis-Dreyfus has been hosting past co-stars on her Instagram Live streams on Saturdays.
The messaging app claims that an Israeli spyware company has responsibility for human rights violations and helped hack government officials, journalists and dissidents.
On Tuesday, Instagram added a new feature that will let people raise money for the charity of their choosing.
The rapper shared a photo to his Instagram, after the president suggested that injecting disinfectant may be used to treat the virus.
No, seriously, someone get this pooch some kids to play with.
Celebrities and athletes will host virtual NFL Draft parties beginning Thursday through websites and social media. Here's how to join, for most of those teams who are actually hosting them.
The actor posted a NSFW photo to lure in donations for feeding coronavirus health workers.
"Unless government prohibits the event during this time, we allow it to be organized on Facebook," a spokesperson for the social network said, as anti-lockdown protests continue across the country.
Apparently, the RHOC star might have the virus, too.