The Trump admin has heard about TikTok, arguably the largest social media app for younger generations. And is considering banning it in the U.S.
On June 30, the Hong Kong anti-protest law passed in China. The national security law makes any expressions of secession, terrorism, subversion, or collusion with foreign or external forces punishable
Although basketball today is widely considered one of the most popular sports in China, the country’s lucrative relationship with the NBA might be over.
See, although Hong Kong is a part of China, they don’t exactly abide by the same laws.
Surveillance has taken on a new form in 2018.
Out in China, this is a regular occurrence to the average citizen.
Yeah, China, this ain’t gonna work.
The iPhone is one hell of an innovation, but is it worth killing yourself over? Allegedly, it is.
Who the hell gets $3 million to do absolutely nothing? Oh yeah, Floyd!
While billionaires are seeing the bucks roll in, the world’s wealth is as concentrated as ever.