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Elon Musk has entered into a Twitter debate with Existential Comics, a political-satire website with 197,000 Twitter followers. On May 11, Existential Comics claimed that libertarian support for Musk is misplaced because his ventures receive substantial funding from the U.S. government. Musk disputed the allegations, arguing his companies are actually subsidized less than his competitors. He ended the discussion by blocking Existential...
Large banks' digital security budget shot up by 65 percent compared to the previous fiscal year
Once the hidden toil of backroom editors, can modern fact checking do enough to dispel public skepticism?
WikiTribune is fact-checking claims made by British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn
The $24 billion scientific publishing industry may be in jeopardy after 11 national agencies say no to subscription model
WikiTribune is fact checking a claim made by Bernie Sanders about what Amazon's owner makes compared to the company's employees
President Trump and UK immigration minister Caroline Nokes have blocked critics on social media despite using it freely
Several other governments have voiced concern over smartphone companies' security
Britain's Labour leader suggests fee for Facebook, Amazon, Google to reform media landscape and restore public's trust in press
Privacy is a public concern, but it seems each year we lose more of it
The man who runs a now-famous email encryption company says math determines encryption, not ethics
If the ISO had adopted ‘Simon’ and ‘Speck’ they would have been recommended as encryption technology for a huge range of products
More than 1,000 Venezuelans have been imprisoned for criticizing the government. Pedro Jaimes might be the starkest case.
More websites are migrating to the secure internet protocol of HTTPS, creating a problem for authoritarian governments
According to a new proposal, UK residents wanting to access online porn will have to first prove their age