Daily Mail | Some 4,000 pages of highly sensitive Facebook internal documents, largely spanning 2011 to 2015, were leaked to a British journalist who shared them with several outlets, according to NBC News.
The Daily Caller | Twitter distanced itself from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) following reports suggesting that the group scams liberal donors out of money.
Daily Mail | The age of the smartphone has led to a generation of people with shorter attention spans as ‘information overload’ makes us get bored more quickly, experts say.
Zero Hedge | Isn’t the anonymous denigration and humiliation of others a founding principle of the internet, and part of what makes it great?
CNBC | EU countries approved sweeping reforms to the bloc’s copyright laws on Monday, marking a symbolic end to a political battle that has pitted tech giants against high-profile media figures.
Free Beacon | “A lot of these people are climate refugees. Not all, but a lot of them. The fact that Donald Trump has waved the white surrender to climate change is wrong.”
The American Institute for Economic Research | Also known as the yellow-vests movement, the gilets jaunes movement in France gets a lot of hate from the left-leaning media.
Daily Mail | Regulations proposed by the UK government to limit the spread of ‘harmful’ content could lead to the lawful speech of millions being censored, civil rights groups warn.
NPR | “We are delighted to be able to report to you today that we have seen what we thought was unseeable.”
Mac Slavo | Scientists are adamant this time that there is no “impending eruption” because they found another area of thermal activity near the caldera.
Variety | PewDiePie, YouTube’s most popular individual creator, is throwing his weight behind DLive.
Michael Snyder | If you can point out a worse agricultural disaster in the last 50 years in the United States, please feel free to do so.
Daily Mail | Stargazers in northern Norway enjoyed an unexpected light show when a new NASAtest showered the skies with brushstrokes of blue and orange-colored gases.
Daily Caller | Twitter listed the SPLC as a “safety partner” working to combat “hateful conduct and harassment.”
CNBC | Amazon is working on Project Kuiper, which would put 3,236 satellites into orbit to provide high-speed internet to any point on the globe.
Daily Mail | Is something brewing?
Daily Mail | Plants may start to grow again as greenhouse gasses reach levels not seen for three million years, experts warn.
Daily Caller | Google staffers are in revolt, demanding the removal of Heritage Foundation president Kay Coles James from an advisory board the company convened on artificial intelligence.
Sputnik | Just days ago everything seemed to be lost for the long-time YouTube king, PewDiePie, who officially conceded defeat to his Indian bête noire, T-Series, in their head-spinning race for the most subscribed channel.
RT | Just when you thought Facebook couldn’t get more invasive, the social network has been caught asking new users for the password to their email accounts.
Daily Mail | The data of hundreds of millions of Facebook users is being stored in plain sight on Amazon’s cloud servers, security researchers have found.
Brussels Times | Plans for a pilot project to provide high-speed 5G wireless internet in Brussels have been halted due to fears for the health of citizens, according to reports.
RT | The only way to tackle the “gross injustice” of the trans sport issue is to “snap out of delusion” and be intellectually consistent, otherwise risk of annihilating women from sport, according to British rapper Zuby.
Daily Mail | A group of Google employees are trying to remove a member of a newly-formed AI ethics board because her opinions do not match theirs.
Daily Mail | AI experts are trying to give some robots a sense of humour to improve them.
Michael Snyder | The most dangerous volcano in Mexico just erupted 200 times in a 24 hour period, but there has been an almost total blackout about this in the U.S. media.
Rush Limbaugh | He’s from the U.K. Why isn’t he getting heart valve replacement surgery in the U.K. with the national health system?
RT | A new computer system, which will monitor the social media activity of people for signs that they don’t pay their taxes, goes online in India on Monday. Those who like to brag about their wealth may now think twice.
Daily Mail | Evolutionary roboticists have been testing radical methodologies that allow robots to ‘mate’ with one another autonomously.
Daily Mail | Twitter could soon annotate tweets that violate its policies on offensive content.
Sputnik | Officials in the United States have been increasingly public in voicing their concerns that Huawei’s equipment could be used by Beijing for spying or sabotage, particularly their 5G phones.
Daily Mail | ‘When have you put ethics before your business interests?’
Daily Mail | Vice President Mike Pence spoke at fifth meeting of the National Space Council.
Breitbart | Big tech has long since caved to the power of big journalism. The spread of the Russia collusion hoax, fully approved of by Microsoft partner NewsGuard, is only the latest example.
Daily Mail | He said the Government should be talking about it more and even making laws.
Daily Mail | An army of ‘killer robots’ that will assist infantry on the battlefield has been unveiled in propaganda footage released by Russia.
Zero Hedge | Apple has already discussed offering discounts to users who subscribe to multiple services.
Michael Snyder | We are witnessing things that we have never seen before, and “the new normal” is just going to keep getting stranger and stranger.
Daily Mail | MoviePass co-founder Stacy Spikes is testing a new ticket app called PreShow.
Daily Mail | A new robot-to-robot interface allows bees and fish communicate.
Sputnik | The vlogger from Sweden, who ruled YouTube for six years holding the status of most subscribed channel, was challenged almost a year ago by the Indian label T-Series.
Daily Mail | In a new paper, researchers say they’ve proved that two realities can exist at once, at least when it comes to the quantum world.
Sputnik | Scientists believe that humans were once able to sense the Earth’s magnetic field and use it for navigation purposes, just like many other living beings do.
Zero Hedge | The report ends by warning that the next severe solar storm could be immient and “threaten modern society.”
The Daily Caller | Polar bear numbers may have quadrupled in the last 50 years, according to a new book critiquing the alarmist predictions of polar bear population collapse.
RT | The Bering Sea meteor reportedly exploded near a commercial airline flightpath between North America and Asia, though no sightings have yet been reported.
CNBC | Sick of all the hatred being spread online, Chinese internet users are flocking to groups on social media where they can pay to be given exaggerated compliments.
Weather.com | Rivers have reached historic levels in 41 locations across the Midwest.
The Drive | An air ambulance pilot was flying west of Las Vegas when something odd caught his night vision goggle aided eye. We have the audio of his report.
Daily Mail | New Zealand’s biggest companies are set to pull ads from Facebook and Google after the Christchurch massacre gunman was able to live-stream his killing spree.