01/17/2018 / By News Editors

On Monday, former Google engineer James Damore filed a class-action lawsuit against his former employer, alleging discrimination against conservatives, white people, and

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-17-damore-suit-weird-google-cult-caters-to-furries-transgenderism-and-a-yellow-scaled-wingless-dragonkin.html

01/17/2018 / By News Editors

Employees were allowed to award those who spoke out against Damore’s memo ‘peer bonuses’ monitored by the ‘Google Recognition Team.’

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-17-19-insane-tidbits-from-james-damores-lawsuit-about-googles-office-environment.html

01/17/2018 / By David Williams

While online dating is known to be highly lucrative, it is also open to many pitfalls, most of which involve

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-17-chinese-dating-app-revealed-to-be-filled-with-robots-instead-of-real-women.html

01/17/2018 / By Mike Adams

As part of a new series of hilarious animations being released on Counterthink.com, today I’m releasing “Sh*tcoin and Buttcoin,” a

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-17-health-ranger-releases-new-shtcoin-and-buttcoin-counterthink-animation-that-mocks-bitcoin-crypto-lunacy.html

01/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff

The day-to-day usefulness of Bitcoin as a method of payment for everyday transactions is so limited that the North American

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-16-bitcoin-payments-now-so-slow-and-expensive.html

01/16/2018 / By News Editors

Google had a rough week. James Damore, a former Google engineer who was fired for writing a memo criticizing the

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-16-google-is-a-threat-to-freedom-regardless-of-what-mike-lee-says.html

01/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff

If it exists online and it’s “free,” chances are whoever owns it is collecting data points on how you use

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-16-confirmed-twitter-collects-all-your-dick-picks-and-private-photos.html

01/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff

High fees, slow transaction times, and unpredictable volatility are among the main reasons why some companies are reportedly deciding to

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-16-the-health-ranger-was-right-bitcoins-usefulness-as-a-payment-system-collapses.html

01/15/2018 / By Ethan Huff

The amount of electricity required to mine and transact Bitcoin is now so high that a small county in Washington

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-15-cryptocurrency-is-now-breaking-the-power-grid-of-a-u-s-county.html

01/15/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

When we think of the dangers of Google and Facebook for kids, we tend to worry about them stumbling across

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-15-google-and-facebook-are-making-your-kids-stupid-access-to-immediate-information-inhibits-the-ability-to-think.html

01/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Do we really need an app that makes it easier for complete strangers to identify us and access our social

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-15-augmented-reality-software-has-real-privacy-implications-face-scan-social-media.html

01/14/2018 / By Jayson Veley

Our society has reached a point where it is now more difficult to think of things that are truly private

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-14-surveillance-new-device-scans-you-from-a-distance-with-a-wifi-blast.html

01/14/2018 / By Jayson Veley

Google’s war on conservatism continues. As reported earlier this week by The Daily Caller, the world’s most powerful search engine

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-14-google-now-waging-all-out-censorship-war-against-conservative-websites.html

01/14/2018 / By Ethan Huff

Is social media megalith Twitter readying to hand over the private conversations of President Trump on the platform to federal

http://www.glitch.news/2018-01-14-bombshell-twitter-engineer-admits-to-coordinated-conspiracy-against-trump-by-violating-user-privacy.html

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