Microsoft and partners shut down major botnet

The attack targeted government agencies, healthcare facilities, and other businesses.

Labor Department investigating Microsoft pledge to hire more black workers

The Department of Labor notified Microsoft last week that it was investigating the company's plans to…

Headed north: Google searches for moving to Canada surge during first 2020 presidential debate

Voters across the country are once again cozying up to their neighbors to the north.

Spotify Employees Demand Editing Rights to Joe Rogan’s Podcast Following Controversial Statements

Spotify employees are demanding editing rights to Joe Rogan’s podcasts following his recent controversial statements, according to Digital…

Microsoft and other security experts see election hacking from Russia, China, and Iran

Microsoft recently accused hacking groups from Russia, China, and Iran of targeting hundreds of organizations tied…

Pandemic adds to cybersecurity worker shortage

The increase in working from home led to increased cyberattacks.

Money talks

As tiresome as Risher’s rounds of guilt and self-recriminations can be, they represent a widespread anxiety…

More Than 150 Journalists and Academics Sign Blistering Response to Harper’s Cancel Culture Letter

Dominika Roseclay/Pexels More than 150 journalists and academics have signed a scathing response to the controversial…

FIFA has 13 ongoing investigations, plus 62 other cases

GENEVA (AP) — The FIFA ethics committee has 13 formal investigations ongoing, plus preliminary enquiries in…

The unholy alliance of big government and Big Tech

I had forgotten all about Sir Nick Clegg. In 2015, Britain’s deputy prime minister led his…

The EPL is officially back, and Marcus Rashford’s leadership makes its return even more special

There are two halves to Manchester, in England’s north west, that are separated not by a…

YouTube reinstates Giuliani podcast exploring Biden ties to China

YouTube removed and then reinstated an episode of Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani's podcast about former Vice…

US Soccer Federation chief legal officer Lydia Wahlke quits

CHICAGO (AP) — Lydia Wahlke has resigned as chief legal officer of the U.S. Soccer Federation,…

MLS launches program aimed at developing elite players

Sixty-five former U.S. Soccer Development Academy teams will join Major League Soccer’s elite player development program.…

After soccer crowds surge, Israel set for games without fans

Though the chase for a record two million total attendance is over, the Israeli Premier League…

Several Producers Leave NY1 After Witnessing Discrimination Towards Female Reporters Who Sued Channel Last Year

At least eight reporters have left NY1 after witnessing retaliation towards female reporters and anchors who…