Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn


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Recent articles by Jessica:

Facebook data of 50M users exploited by Trump data firm, say reports; firm suspended

Facebook suspended the account of Cambridge Analytica amid reports the data of 50 million Facebook users may have been exploited, raises troubling new questions about Facebook's role in targeting voters during the U.S. presidential election. → Read More

Facebook autocomplete search result shocks users

On Thursday night typing "video of" into the Facebook search bar yielded a shocking result. → Read More

Google says it pays women equally. An activist shareholder isn't convinced.

Google says it pays most of the men and women who work for the Internet giant around the globe — 89% of the more than 70,000 plus employees — equally. → Read More

Bill Gates to meet with Trump at White House

The meeting, scheduled to take place in the afternoon, is closed to press, according to the White House schedule. → Read More

Why Facebook banned anti-Muslim group Britain First

Britain First came to the world's attention when Trump provoked a diplomatic incident by retweeting the group's inflammatory anti-Muslim videos. → Read More

After Trump's block of Broadcom, what's next for Qualcomm?

Qualcomm, which makes the chips in nearly every smartphone, got a reprieve when Trump blocked Broadcom's hostile takeover bid. Here's what could come next. → Read More

Jack Dorsey pledges Twitter will improve blue check mark verification system

Dorsey says Twitter is redesigning verification so that "people can verify more facts about themselves and we don’t have to be the judge or imply any bias on our part." → Read More

Dude, you have an all-male conference. Time to make room for women.

Fed up with all-male or mostly male line-ups, women are demanding gender equality and they're organizing social media campaigns and competing conferences to get it. → Read More

Facebook asked users if pedophiles should be able to ask kids for 'sexual pictures'

Facebook says the survey was offensive and a mistake and says it has put a stop to it. → Read More

Cybersecurity conference takes heat for booking just one woman keynote: Monica Lewinsky

The RSA defends its decision to book 21 male keynoters as reflecting too few women in the industry. Critics disagree. → Read More

Twitter asks for public's help to measure how toxic it is

Twitter asks for public's help to measure how toxic it is → Read More

Twitter asks for public's help to measure how toxic it is

Twitter's acknowledging that interventions to cut down on abuse and hate speech haven't been enough to combat waves of abuse, harassment, troll armies, misinformation and "increasingly divisive echo chambers." → Read More

Google hit with sexual harassment lawsuit alleging 'bro culture'

A former software engineer says she was subjected to repeated sexual harassment at the Internet giant, which didn't do enough to stop it. → Read More

Tech industry's diversity efforts haven't lived up to promises. A new report explains why.

New diversity report from Kapor Center details barriers to women and minorities in tech and ways the industry could patch a "leaky" pipeline. → Read More

Pinterest hires first chief operating officer as it looks ahead to IPO

Pinterest hires former Google and Square executive Francoise Brougher as its first chief operating officer. → Read More

Facebook pulls violent virtual reality games from CPAC booth after Parkland

Facebook apologized for the demos of violent shooter games at CPAC after the shootings at a high school in Parkland, Fla., that left 17 people dead. → Read More

Dropbox, cloud storage company and tech unicorn, files for IPO

Dropbox, which will list on the Nasdaq under the ticker "DBX," is one of the most prominent technology initial public offerings of the past few years. → Read More

Google engineer says he was fired for fighting racism, sexism

Former Google engineer Tim Chevalier is suing the company, alleging he was dismissed for defending women, minorities and LGBTQ employees. → Read More

Trump supporters, conservatives rage over Russian bot purge, #TwitterLockOut

Conservatives rage over Russian bot purge, #TwitterLockOut → Read More

Trump supporters, conservatives rage over Russian bot purge, #TwitterLockOut

Conservative Twitter users lobbed accusations of left-wing bias and censorship after they lost thousands of followers in an overnight Russian bot purge. → Read More