Tim Berners-Lee is fighting for a freer, more open internet.
A reporter for the right-wing news site convinced Black Men for Bernie founder Bruce Carter to switch sides and back Donald Trump for president.
Already under fire for fake content, the social media company’s response after Friday’s tragedy shows it is still not prepared to deal with the problem.
The doorman was signed to a contract that effectively prevented him from going public with a story about a Trump affair, the news cooperative says. The woman involved denies the man's account.
Electing a Democratic Congress in November may be the only way the final "Russiagate" findings are made public.
Alex van der Zwaan, who lied to federal agents investigating former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, also was fined $20,000.
Chris Wylie says that among the companies with access to data mined by Cambridge Analytica was AggregateIQ, a Canadian political consultant that did work for the campaign backing Britain's withdrawal from the EU.
The special counsel's investigators are looking into how the Trump campaign collected and utilized voter data in battleground states, according to an unnamed source.
The White House leak revealed that the president disregarded advice that he not congratulate the Russian president on his recent re-election, which was plagued by reports of fraudulent voting.