Jessica Guynn, USA TODAY

Jessica Guynn

USA TODAY

San Francisco, CA, United States

Contact Jessica

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Learn more here

Recent:
  • USA TODAY
Past:
  • KVUE News
  • NBC Charlotte
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • Stuff.co.nz News
  • KARE 11
  • ksdk.com
  • WCSH 6
  • 12 News
  • KING 5 News
  • KENS 5
  • and more…

Recent articles by Jessica:

OKCupid bans white supremacist from dating service

OK Cupid joins a growing corporate backlash against neo-Nazis in the U.S. after the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg pledges to remove physical threats from Facebook after Charlottesville

"With the potential for more rallies, we're watching the situation closely," the Facebook CEO wrote in a post on his Facebook page. → Read More

Twitter boots The Daily Stormer in latest eviction for neo-Nazi site

Anyone trying to access accounts affiliated with The Daily Stormer receives a notification that they have been suspended. → Read More

Google protest marches for fired engineer postponed over 'alt-left terrorist threats'

Organizers cited left-wing 'terrorist threats' for the postponement → Read More

Top Dog worker in Berkeley loses job after he's outed as Charlottesville protester

Fast food eatery said Cole White "voluntarily" resigned after management was alerted he participated in white nationalist march in Charlottesville. → Read More

Facebook apologizes to black activist who was censored for calling out racism

Facebook pledged to do a better job of distinguishing between the people spreading hate speech and the people condemning it. → Read More

Facebook makes diversity gains but still struggles in key area

The percentage of blacks and Hispanics in technical roles has stayed flat since Facebook began publicly reporting its demographics three years ago. → Read More

NAACP is trying to help Airbnb be less white

NAACP has joined forces with Airbnb to reach out to minority communities to encourage more people of color to use the home rental service. → Read More

Exclusive: Google pledges $50 million to help people land jobs

Google.org is funding nonprofits focused on training workers, connecting job seekers with jobs and supporting low-wage workers. → Read More

Verizon data from 6 million users leaked online

names, addresses and phone numbers of millions of Verizon customers were publicly exposed by one of Verizon's vendors. → Read More

Verizon data from 6 million users leaked online

names, addresses and phone numbers of millions of Verizon customers were publicly exposed by one of Verizon's vendors. → Read More

Verizon data from 6 million users leaked online

names, addresses and phone numbers of millions of Verizon customers were publicly exposed by one of Verizon's vendors. → Read More

Fox Business host Charles Payne suspended amid sexual harassment probe

The Fox Business Network confirmed the 'Making Money' host was suspended pending the outcome of the probe. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg praises universal basic income on Alaska trip

Facebook CEO sees universal basic income as possible safety net as technology automates more jobs and puts more people out of work. → Read More

Silicon Valley sexual harassment scandal spreads

One investor has stepped down and another apologised after dozens of women said they were sexually harassed by venture capitalists. → Read More

Start-up investor Dave McClure steps down after sexual harassment complaint

500 Startups' co-founder Dave McClure engaged in "inappropriate interactions with women in the tech community." McClure's responsibilities are now limited to fulfilling his obligations as a general partner, the incubator said. → Read More

Google's new diversity chief tasked with moving the needle

Danielle Brown has been tasked with turning around Google's diversity efforts. In the three years since Google first pledged to close the race and gender gap, not much has changed. → Read More

Use Google to shop? Here's what you should know after the big EU fine

The EU's $2.7B fine shines a bright light on how merchant ads influence Google Shopping search results. → Read More

Twitter hires new VP of inclusion and diversity

Hiring a diversity veteran, Candi Castleberry-Singleton, is the latest bid by Twitter CEO and founder Jack Dorsey to make Twitter better reflect the demographics of its users. → Read More

Status update: Facebook has 2 billion users. Can it reach 3 billion?

If Facebook were a country, it would be the most populous. → Read More