It's is right to raise an eyebrow at businesses claiming to be so unable to find American workers that they have to import a significant portion of their workforce.
Holmes, the founder of Theranos and subject of the hit Hulu limited series "The Dropout," filed a trove of court documents ahead of her Friday sentencing.
Social media are designed to be addictive. Heavy use leads to sleep disorders, body dysmorphia, and suicidal thoughts.
Everyone at every age wants something—not a series of tech fantasies, but the grand adventure of engaging with human reality.
By suppressing the voices of parents and detransitioners, social media companies are warping public discussion.
Two weeks ago, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit rightly upheld Texas' social media law.
Lawyers for Theranos' embattled founder argue that a key witness for the prosecution now feels guilty over the part he played in Holmes' conviction.
The sale is the largest residential deal in San Francisco so far this year.
Newsweek has everything you need to know about the latest news surrounding Elon Musk's comments about Sergey Brin, and the rumors of the affair.
New whistleblower documents demonstrate the danger posed by the "paused"—but by no means shuttered—Disinformation Governance Board.
Claiming that it has a First Amendment right to discriminate against users whose views it finds objectionable, Big Tech challenged HB 20.
Google, Amazon and other tech giants have spun up their lobbying machines to prevent new legislation from threatening their bottom line.
Big Tech companies have already used censorship to suppress pro-life advocacy, while elevating aggressive pro-abortion agendas.
A spate of new laws in Europe and the U.S. foreshadow what could be the end of dominance for Google, Facebook and Amazon
There's one reason Elon Musk's Twitter takeover won't bring dramatic changes—a gaggle of Big Tech companies, not Twitter, control the flow of information at every network layer.
It was reported on Monday that Elon Musk had purchased a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter—sending shares soaring by 25 percent.
Even if you remove the liability shield of Section 230, you will still need another tool—a sword—that lets you hold digital platforms liable for their conduct.
"It really does become your everything," Waks told Newsweek about working at Google. "I would go into the office on Saturdays and Sundays just to use the gym."
"If we offer a real plan, a real vision, and we deliver on that, then I think we can start to win back the trust of voters who have left us," Rep. Khanna said.
Private competition, whether of ideas or products, needs public space. But there is no public square, no public marketplace, on today's internet.
CSAM still exists because tech platforms have no incentive to prevent or eliminate it. Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act gives them near-blanket immunity from liability.
The former CEO of Theranos, the defunct Silicon Valley blood testing company, and MIT graduate reportedly first met at a San Francisco Bay Area party.
The former CEO of Theranos, the defunct blood-testing company, has been convicted on two counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit fraud.
The jury began their first full day of deliberations in the trial of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' who faces 11 charges of fraud and conspiracy.