Facebook Fires Employee Who Allegedly Used Data Access to Stalk Women
After a member of the information security community provided evidence to Facebook's chief information security officer, the company has terminated a security engineer who allegedly used their work position to stalk women online.
Vanderbilt Surgery Resident Says His Program Is Discriminating Against Him
“They didn’t even punish the guy who physically assaulted me,” Eugene Gu says.
Manhattan DA candidate explains how NYC could have stopped Weinstein
Career prosecutor Marc Fliedner is running as a write-in candidate against Manhattan DA Cy Vance for failing to prosecute Harvey Weinstein for sex crimes.
Just for Laughs Founder Resigns Amid Sexual Assault Allegations
Nine women say they were either sexually assaulted or harassed by the Montreal-based comedy-festival founder.
France wants back Weinstein's Legion d’Honneur award
Blac Chyna Granted Restraining Order Against Rob Kardashian
We spoke to victims of revenge porn about what it means to hold a Kardashian accountable for this relatively new and underreported form of harassment.
Uber dealt another big blow as European court says it's a transportation service
Some major U.S. cities saw a significant spike in reported hate crime in 2016
Mexico’s Troll Bots Are Threatening the Lives of Activists
How an army of Twitter trolls is invading Mexico’s democratic process.
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Couple sentenced to combined 19 years in prison over Confederate flags, threats, and slurs at black child's party
Jose Torres, 26, will serve 13 years in prison, and Kayla Norton, 25, will serve six.
A state-by-state look at trans student rights
The fight for transgender rights — playing out in bathrooms and locker rooms across the country — shows no sign of abating anytime soon.
Here Are Six Ways Clubs Can Help Reduce Sexual Assault and Harassment
From better security training to bystander intervention, these are some tips for making venues safer for everybody.