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  • April 25, 2018
    Steve Jordahl

    Hate speech guidelines labeled subjective, 'half-baked'

    Facebook NOT like buttonFacebook is receiving some not-so-glowing reviews for its just-released guidelines that determine what's permitted – and what's not – on its digital platform.

  • April 18, 2018
    Chris Woodward

    National Center: DOJ finally paying attention

    man in handcuffsVictories don't always come easy, and sometimes take years to achieve, but an organization says it has achieved success thanks to the U.S. Justice Department.

  • April 06, 2018
    Chris Woodward

    'Extreme' state policies justify feds' laying down some rules

    pumping gas fuel costsCalifornia and the Trump administration remain at odds over changes to fuel efficiency and land use. But OneNewsNow spoke with one California resident who sides with the federal government.

  • April 02, 2018
    Chris Woodward

    Raising one's moral consciousness

    man using computer in dark roomEncouraging accountability and building trust are essential in successfully fighting Internet temptation – so says an organization that's been in the battle for almost two decades.

  • April 01, 2018
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Trump widens partisan divide on 'climate change'

    Trump speaking in TX (June 2016)A new nationwide poll shows that during the first year of the Trump administration, a decreasing number of Republicans and Independents see “climate change” as a credible threat, while a greater percentage of Democrats fear the so-called phenomenon also known as “global warming.”

  • March 29, 2018
    Steve Jordahl

    Did data giveaway break federal law?

    Facebook usersAnother accusation has surfaced that Facebook was playing fast and loose with user data, and this time it can't blame an outside political operative or rogue third-party app. 

  • March 27, 2018
    Steve Jordahl

    More egg on the Facebook

    technology worldwideOver the weekend, Facebook revealed it has been keeping records of its users' texts and calls. It's the latest hit to a company already reeling from accusations of allowing improper data mining.

  • March 26, 2018
    Steve Jordahl

    Questioning the data used to question us

    Google headquartersFacebook isn't the only social media giant getting a closer look these days: Privacy advocates have some concerns about data Google is handing over to law enforcement authorities.

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