Buying albums and merch is the most direct way to support musicians, but saving and sharing their posts and songs goes a long way too.
A former Uber driver is suing the company for suspending drivers based on its ratings system, which the lawsuit alleges allows racism to run rampant.
The city’s own police chief admits the technology misidentifies 96 percent of time and yet the city voted to extend its use.
A paper in 'Nature' that claimed to evaluate 'trustworthiness' based on physical features has sparked major backlash.
Invasive test-taking software has become mandatory in many places, and some companies are retaliating against those who speak out.
Target's delivery app Shipt claims that the new pay model will compensate its 200,000 delivery workers based on "effort." But in cities where the model has already taken effect, workers claim their wages have fallen by 15-50 percent.
The bill would require judges to use discriminatory "risk assessment" tools to predict future criminality, with no possibility for appeal.
Police across Canada are increasingly adopting algorithmic technology to predict crime. The authors of a new report say human rights are threatened by the practice.
The main photo for Belarus on Google Maps, submitted by a suspiciously active account, is actually of a very pretty ocean cliffside in Cornwall, England.
The USPTO rejected two patents applications written by a "creativity engine" named DABUS. Now a lawsuit raises fundamental questions about what it means to be creative.
With mass-evictions on the horizon, Landlord Tech Watch sheds light on the surveillance tools used by landlords and real estate companies.