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These 2 Million Internet Trolls Get Paid to Comment on Social Media, Here’s Why
If you are internet savvy, you might be familiar with the word “troll” or “trolling,” or you might have come across the term while browsing through the comments section on ...
September 14, 2019
Teacher Gives Same Assignment for 15 Years and Sees a Significant Difference Today
A school teacher, Amie Brown, said that she asks parents to write a letter describing their child in ...
September 8, 2019
Drunk Driver Begs Police Not to Detain Her, Claims to be an Internet Celebrity
A woman was pulled over for drunk driving, and attempted to get out of the situation by throwing ...
July 29, 2019
Canada Invests $85M Into Advanced Satellites to Connect Rural, Remote Regions
OTTAWA—The federal government is investing $85 million into the development of an advanced satellite technology that could expand ...
July 24, 2019
The Canadian Press
Video of Crow that Looks Like a Tiny Gorilla Goes Viral
A crow captured on video in Japan is shocking and amusing internet users because of its uncanny gorilla-like ...
June 28, 2019
Social Media Skepticism Helping Fuel Distrust of the Internet, Survey Finds
OTTAWA—A new global survey suggests distrust of the internet is being fuelled by growing skepticism of social-media services ...
June 11, 2019
The Canadian Press
Can You Guess How Many Girls There Are in This Photo?
Have you ever seen a picture that makes you wonder what exactly you're seeing? A picture that makes ...
June 8, 2019
Robert Jay Watson
China Tested Internet Shutdown Ahead of 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Massacre
Several different regions in China encountered internet shutdowns from May 20 to May 31, which The Epoch Times ...
June 4, 2019
Internet Sensation Grumpy Cat Has Died Aged 7
A feline of legendary internet fame for her permanent sour look has died. Grumpy Cat, from Arizona, died ...
May 17, 2019
Access to Social Media Is a Right That Should Be Defended
Commentary On May 2, Facebook and its subsidiary Instagram announced that it was permanently banning the accounts of ...
May 7, 2019
Australian Finds Weird-looking ‘Sushi-Spider’ on Stairs
A picture of a colorful spider left internet users baffled, horrified, and reaching for the animal encyclopedia after ...
April 26, 2019
Fans of ‘Unplanned’ Blast Google for Classifying Film as Propaganda
An American internet search provider has been harshly criticized for classifying a movie about parenthood as propaganda. Google ...
April 13, 2019
Global Internet Regulations Could Dictate What You’re Allowed to Do
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believes his own platform, and the internet at large, should follow the European model ...
April 5, 2019
Wi-Fi in Schools: Experimenting With the Next Generation
The internet has unleashed human knowledge. Never before has it been so easy to learn so much. Of ...
February 28, 2019
Russia Backs Bill on ‘Sovereign’ Internet
MOSCOW—Russian lawmakers backed tighter internet controls on Feb. 12 to defend against foreign meddling in draft legislation that ...
February 12, 2019
The Threat 5G Poses to Human Health
Commentary The crime scene was straight out of an Alfred Hitchcock movie. One hundred and fifty dead birds ...
February 4, 2019
7 Most Bizarre Chinese Internet Trends in 2018
1. The “Flaunt Your Wealth” Challenge The “Flaunt Your Wealth” challenge, also known as “Falling Stars,” saw China’s ...
January 28, 2019
China Purges 9,000 Mobile Apps, 700 Websites in Internet Crackdown
The Chinese regime has continued to tighten its grip over the country's internet by closing down hundreds of ...
January 23, 2019
Scary Video Shows How Vulnerable Teen Girls Are to Internet Pedophiles
How concerned are you about your children's social media use, even if they're teenagers or young adults, knowing ...
January 18, 2019
Chinese Censors Target Short Video Apps
The Chinese regime has launched new censorship rules for short videos, prohibiting a wide range of content from ...
January 15, 2019
US Investigating CenturyLink Internet Outage, 911 Failures
BOISE, Idaho—U.S. officials and at least one state said Dec. 28 that they have started investigations into a ...
December 29, 2018
The Associated Press
Social Media and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Exploitation
The buying and selling of human beings is regrettably sometimes as easy as a click on a keyboard. ...
October 31, 2018
China Stole Data From Western Countries by Intercepting Internet Traffic
PoPs set up by China Telecom in the United States and beyond allowed China to redirect internet traffic ...
October 29, 2018
US to Counter China’s Huawei Internet Bid in Papua New Guinea
SYDNEY—The United States is working on a counter-offer to stop Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. from ...
September 28, 2018
Mom Charged With Killing Babies Searched Internet for How to ‘Commit the Perfect Murder’
An Alaska woman has been charged for the 2015 and 2017 deaths of two of her baby girls, police said. ...
September 2, 2018
Canada in Brief, Jan. 4-10
Hockey royalty pay tribute to Johnny Bower Some of hockey's biggest names gathered at Air Canada Centre in ...
January 4, 2018
The Canadian Press
Researchers Say Global Cyber Attack Similar to North Korean Hacks
SEOUL/WASHINGTON—Cybersecurity researchers have found evidence they say could link North Korea with the WannaCry cyber attack that has ...
May 16, 2017
Judge Rules Against Scrapping Epstein’s Plea Deal That Protected Alleged Accomplices
Isabel van Brugen
Flap Over Proposed Preservation Grant for Old Massachusetts Church May Go to Supreme Court
Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam Defends Police, Says Planned Open Dialogue Not a ‘Gimmick’
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Moody’s Downgrades Hong Kong Outlook to ‘Negative’ as Protests Continue
A Bipartisan House Group Rallies With Farmers for USMCA
OxyContin Maker Files for Bankruptcy, Faces Thousands of Lawsuits
Trump Questions Iran’s Denial of Saudi Oil Attack Involvement