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Jose Canseco says he is looking for Bigfoot and UFOs

Ex-baseball player Jose Canseco has officially joined the group that believes "the truth is out there" and is on the hunt for UFOs and Bigfoot. 

Jose Canseco says he is looking for Bigfoot and UFOs

Ex-baseball player Jose Canseco has officially joined the group that believes "the truth is out there" and is on the hunt for UFOs and Bigfoot. 

India Proposes Chinese-Style Internet Censorship

By VINDU GOEL

The Modi government’s plan, which would require tech companies to automatically block a vast array of content, stifles free speech, critics said.

India Proposes Chinese-Style Internet Censorship

By VINDU GOEL

The Modi government’s plan, which would require tech companies to automatically block a vast array of content, stifles free speech, critics said.

Twitter sued by feminist blogger blocked over 'men aren't women' tweet: lawsuit

By Stephen Sorace

Social media giant Twitter was being sued by a Canadian blogger who says she was permanently banned from the platform last year for her tweets about transgender people, a lawsuit said Monday.

Trump and O’Rourke Face Off in El Paso Over Wall

By MICHAEL TACKETT

President Trump travels to El Paso today for a rally to win support for his call for a border wall. But this time, his potential rival in 2020, Beto O’Rourke, will be there to answer him.

Twitter sees monthly users plunge, will stop reporting the number

By James Rogers

Twitter’s monthly user base slipped 9 million year-over-year, according to the company’s fiscal fourth-quarter results, which were released Thursday.

Twitter Continues Its Profit Streak, While Still Shedding Users

By KATE CONGER

Net income was $255 million in the fourth quarter, the fifth straight with a profit. But the company reported a loss of users for the third consecutive quarter, to 321 million.

Russia’s Playbook for Social Media Disinformation Has Gone Global

By SHEERA FRENKEL, KATE CONGER and KEVIN ROOSE

Facebook and Twitter said on Thursday that disinformation on their platforms now comes from more domestic and foreign sources — and not just Russia.

Twitter Says False Content Is Evolving, and More Comes From the U.S.

By KATE CONGER

The social media service said on Thursday that disinformation on its platform now includes more domestic and foreign sources — and not just Russia.

Super Bowl LIII: Tom Brady, Patriots and Pepsi tops among social media buzz

By Chris Ciaccia

As the hype around Super Bowl LIII reaches white-hot status, social media and internet users are doing everything and anything they can to learn about the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams and join in on the conversation.

Journalists now hate Twitter β€” because it exposes their excesses?

By Howard Kurtz

The Twitter bubble shines an unflattering light on our preexisting conditions: herd mentality, superficiality, uninformed opinion-slinging and not-so-subtle bias.

EU Commission hits out at Facebook’s disinformation report

By Samuel Stolton

European Commission Security Chief Julian King criticised the "patchy, opaque and self-selecting" reporting provided by Facebook and other tech giants following their bids to comply with the EU's code of practice against disinformation on Tuesday (29 January).

Journalists now hate Twitter β€” because it exposes their excesses?

By Howard Kurtz

The Twitter bubble shines an unflattering light on our preexisting conditions: herd mentality, superficiality, uninformed opinion-slinging and not-so-subtle bias.

Apple scrambles to fix FaceTime bug that lets people spy on you

By Chris Ciaccia

A bug in Apple devices that let callers listen in on others' microphones without their knowledge has been disabled after political leaders, business leaders and a number of media reports put pressure on the tech giant as it works to permanently solve the issue.

Twitter fights 'harassment' against fired journalists told to 'learn to code'

By Joseph Wulfsohn

Twitter is taking on cases of "harassment" against recently fired journalists, the website confirmed to Fox News on Monday, after many users reached out to the reporters with the message, "learn to code."

Bits: The Week in Tech: Silicon Valley Hobnobs in Davos

By SHEERA FRENKEL

Controversy over a video uploaded to Twitter over the weekend revealed old fault lines, and why social media is so good at exposing them.

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