Google workers' outrage over the notion of censoring searches to appease Chinese officials highlights the dilemma US tech companies face in accessing the lucrative market.
The poor quality working conditions associated with the digital gig economy may have consequences for employees' wellbeing, according to new Oxford University research.
The German government on Wednesday approved a draft law to crack down on VAT fraud in online sales by tightening the rules for e-commerce giants like Amazon and eBay.
Women who make hateful remarks on social media are likely to be judged more severely than men who make the same comments. This is also true for reactions to hate speech (counter speech) which when made by women are less accepted ...
Smaller bikes, electric engines and urban storefronts: Harley-Davidson, we hardly knew you.
More university students are choosing to study online rather than face-to-face, prompting concerns about academic integrity.
Why did Amazon's site and app go down in the first hour of Prime Day? Amazon's not saying, but the outage shows that online shopping is not yet an infallible replacement for brick and mortar.
Facebook on Wednesday built on its campaign to prevent the platform from being used to spread dangerous misinformation, saying it will remove bogus posts likely to spark violence.
Study shows improvement in students' attitudes and test scores after teachers change their own mindset—and instruction—around math.
Wikipedia went down in at least three countries Wednesday in a protest at an upcoming European Parliament vote on a highly disputed law that could make online platforms legally liable for copyrighted material put on the web ...