The letter, sent to a Michigan woman seeking a heart transplant, is seen as yet another reason America needs Medicare for All.
Mainly, though, I need to avoid the internet for a substantial amount of time each day to avoid what some people call “information sickness” — a pathological state induced by spending too much time online.
Over the past month, Facebook has drawn international attention for its slow response to hate speech and fake news that helped fuel the genocide of the ethno-religious Rohingya minority in Myanmar.
Seen narrowly, the relatively more mature Senate Intelligence Committee will hear from Facebook, Twitter and possibly Google executives on “social media companies’ responses to foreign influence campaigns.”
Hacking conference organizers said kids had hacked “exact clones” of state election reporting websites, but that didn’t happen.
Trump couldn't control himself long enough for his wife to get through a cyberbullying forum.
His bank, Northern Trust, reportedly found records of $140,000 of suspicious transfers in his accounts, according to BuzzFeed.
Facebook said the site "found evidence of some connections between these accounts” and those that created content to influence the 2016 presidential elections.
And according to a new Indictment from the Justice Department and special counsel Robert Mueller, it looks like the Russians were taking Trump's directions.
The indictment against 12 Russian agents for election meddling shows a direct path to Roger Stone, the dirty trickster who has been personally guiding Trump on politics for decades.
While Trump continues to defend Russia, the special counsel's investigation just indicted another 12 Russians for trying to hijack our 2016 presidential election.