Mark Zuckerberg keeps confusing Facebook with the actual internet, recipients from Ontario's #BasicIncomePilot are suing the government and the CBSA investigated 1,200 complaints between Jan 2016 and summer 2018.Read More
BuzzFeed laid off 15% of its workforce, NFL stadiums are usually built using mainly the public's funds and Apple might be building a subscription game business.Read More
Amazon wants you to stop buying "CRaP", Juul employees can no longer vape in the workplace and in the latest Facebook scandal, the company allowed companies to read user's DMs.
Google's hearing shows that congress doesn't understand basic tech, the UK gov spent £100,000 last week promoting Brexit on Facebook and Uber is launching a bus service in Cairo.Read More
Google can track you, even when you're signed out, Trump boasted that he signed an agreement with China — but he didn't and NYC rideshare drivers are approved for a $17.22 minimum wage.Read More
NYC writes off millions in parking fines for corps. to keep courts clear, Netflix Original movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is getting a sequel, signaling a possible shift in the movie industry and GM is closing plants in the US and Canada, laying off 14,000 employees.Read More
In a typical move, China is building a massive social surveillancece system powered by a social credit backend, shopping on Black Friday comes at a big cost to warehouse workers, who often are forced to work long and grueling hours and in the second outbreak in 2018, romaine lettuce is not safe to eat in the US and Canada.Read More
Xiaomi is being investigated over its UK launch, more companies are removing forced arbitration clauses for sexual assault, including Google, Facebook and eBay and Amazon’s HQ2 is being split across two cities.
Doug Ford removed Ontario's carbon tax so Justin Trudeau is forcing one on us, electric scooters "lack dignity", says Elon Musk and Facebook was letting businesses target job ads to certain genders.Read More
Estonia’s e-citizen scheme is proving successful, Facebook isn’t sorry for leaking your data and Apple could launch a OTT TV subscription in 2019.Read More
Cannabis legalization is good for scientific studies, SoftBank is killin' it, but its Saudi partnership could change that and Snapchat is creating daily original series to battle Netflix.
Elon Musk isn't taking Tesla private after all, meet the ransomware named Not Petya that almost destroyed a company and Waymo is entering China via a company named Huimo Business Consulting.Read More
MoviePass imploded on itself, but won’t give up, autonomous car company Waymo, which was spun off by Google, could be valued at $175 billion and prisoners in California fighting fires can never become firefighters.Read More
Forbes, Times and WSJ contributor Jayson DeMers makes a living off deceiving people, in a controversial move, the PCs are cancelling the basic income pilot project and MoviePass is cutting costs and raising prices.Read More
Uber riders beware — vomit fraud is a thing and you could become victim, Snapchat is discontinuing Snapcash after it was used for inappropriate reasons and online shopping company JD could become a threat to Amazon.
By acquiring PillPack, Amazon is getting into prescription drugs, Lyft bought Motivate, operator of NYC's Citi Bike, Canada hit the US back with retaliatory tariffs and there were two more shootings in Toronto.Read More
Justin Trudeau isn’t spending Canada Day in Ottawa, three separate shootings happened over 24 hours in Toronto and the US Press Secretary was forced from a restaurant then, by tweeting about it, broke ethics rules.Read More
Uber bought a bike-share startup, Elizabeth Holmes defrauded investors and just lost control of her company and there's a growing movement to save puppies from dog mills.Read More
Singapore built a town to test autonomous buses, Heritage has been hacked, the gun reform movement is growing as more guns are smuggled into Mexico from the US and June 7 is the Ontario election.Read More