That's certainly a poor choice of words.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted Facebook on Thursday, calling the tech giant "shameful" for misleading its users.
David Drummond, the legal chief officer of Google's parent company Alphabet and one of its highest-paid executives, has stepped down following allegations about his conduct at the company.
More than 267 million names, phone numbers and user IDs of Facebook users were discovered on the dark web, cybersecurity researchers said Thursday.
Brad Parscale believes Google's change in policy is payback for President Trump’s victory.
Federal officials are reportedly considering whether or not to seek a preliminary injunction against Facebook over antitrust concerns related to how its family of products interacts.
"The internet in this country costs too damn much," according to Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who released a plan on Friday to spend $150 billion on high-speed, universal internet service.
YouTube star Dave Rubin launched a new tech company Locals to combat ongoing issues with by creating a “safe digital home” for content creators who are sick of trolls, censorship and toxic rhetoric rampant on current industry leaders such as Twitter.
TikTok has come under fire for suppressing videos from disabled, LGBTQ and overweight users, in what the social media app describes as a flawed attempt to tackle bullying.
A former Clinton aide's non-profit is attempting to shame Facebook and a slew of major law firms for supporting a conservative group's event that it alleges was "rebuilding" Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's image.
"View" co-host Joy Behar was critical of Facebook on Monday as she and her colleagues discussed the alleged dangers posed by the social media giant.
Google has been accused of "union-busting" by activists over the firing of four employees who reportedly were attempting to organize.
Sacha Baron Cohen blasted Big Tech for being the "greatest propaganda machine ever" during a fiery speech on Thursday in New York City.
A group of international anti-sexual exploitation organizations on Wednesday blasted Instagram as a "predators' paradise" as a part of a campaign to call out a range of abusive behavior on the popular photo platform.
"There is nothing inappropriate about breast cancer," medical tattoo artist Marnie Rustemeyer tells SurvivorNet.
Google has been slammed by Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., following a report in The Wall Street Journal about the extent of the search giant’s “interference” in its search algorithms.
Big tech companies like Google and Facebook have continually abused user privacy, hoarded personal data, and lobbied against federal legislation to rein them in - but all of that could be changing, said Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo.
A major civil rights organization has warned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg he could face criminal liability under certain laws.
Apple is devoting $2.5 billion to help alleviate the housing crisis that Big Tech helped create in California.
Members of "The Five" weighed in on Twitter banning all political ads this week and Facebook for opting not to do the same.