More than 70 deepfake videos — depicting graphic fake sex scenes with Emma Watson, Scarlett Johansson, and other celebrities — were easily searchable from the site's homepage using the search term
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Executives even suggested adding religious principles to the game.
The lifestyle website stripped bloggers' affiliate links from their posts and added the site's own.
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Profile data was scraped without user consent or knowledge to "build a three-dimensional picture" on millions of people.
To say that Chinese media regulators have a backward view of human sexuality would be an understatement.
The conspiracy theorist has repeatedly questioned whether 20 children and six adults were gunned down in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012.
Bill Nye is one of those beautiful people who genuinely believes there are no dumb questions.
How to be "real" when everyone is watching.
How a punk kid from LA created the coolest publications of the 1990s.
Since founder Perry Chen took back the reins at Kickstarter, the company has landed in a period of turmoil set in motion by the person most equipped to steer it in a new direction: Chen himself.
No one is original anymore, not even you.
In every single state, a portion of the population doesn't have access to broadband, and some have no access to the internet at all.
Unraveling the mystery of the inscrutable White House social media director, whose job is to help @realDonaldTrump stay unpresidential.
Attackers can jump from one vulnerable IoT device to the next, totally bypassing mainstream devices like PCs and servers, and charting a course that's much harder to detect.
Freelance writer pay has declined over time, with most people earning less than $1 per word. Bad wages for freelance writers takes a toll on society at large, not just writer paychecks.
The FTC's 1998 case against an early web pioneer laid the groundwork for data privacy discussions today.
The Facebook founder's congressional hearings strongly resembled torture techniques straight out of the 1800s.
There are some practical steps you can take to limit day-to-day online privacy risks by reducing third party access to your information and shielding more of your digital activity from prying eyes.
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