Ohio's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Google, asking the court to declare the internet giant a public utility, meaning it could be regulated by the state and forced to change allegedly abusive practices.
Nate Silvester, the Idaho deputy who was suspended without pay over his viral video mocking NBA star LeBron James, has turned his fundraiser into a war chest to defend police across the US after donations topped expectations.
Football legend Lionel Messi has refused to celebrate passing 200 million followers on Instagram. Instead, he preferred to draw attention to the battle against online abuse and bullying while addressing the impressive landmark.
Conservatives are celebrating a culture war victory after "Blue Anon," the embarrassing new branding of left-wing conspiracy theorists that plays on the ‘QAnon’ smears used by the media, was restored to the Urban Dictionary.
Social media users are recoiling at Bill Gates' call for a global disease alert system, questioning why a tech billionaire with no medical expertise or elected office is plotting what they fear could become a platform for tyranny.
Project Veritas has posted leaked videos exposing internal talks at Facebook lamenting the company's admittedly excessive power but at the same time seeking to use its influence to “work with” President Joe Biden's administration.
A Donald Trump supporter in Florida has been arrested for allegedly tricking likely Hillary Clinton voters into thinking they were casting their ballots by text message so they wouldn't bother with going to the polls in 2016.