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Facebook says it mistakenly let 5,000 developers gather information from people's profiles after a time limit on their rights had expired.
Bravous Esports and Game Truck provide a recreational vehicle for young adults, teens and kids to achieve.
A University of Massachusetts-Lowell dean was fired after sources say she wrote “everyone’s life matters” in an email.
The college scramble for survival during the pandemic has been palpable, but so far, no school has done the obvious: Streamline the degree, cut all the fluff, reduce their delivery costs, and thereby lower substantially the tuition bill and the opportunity costs for a college diploma.
Researchers at Cornell University have concluded an online semester at the university will result in more COVID-19 infections than an in-person one.
Stanford University’s student-run newspaper, The Stanford Daily, refused to publish an opinion piece written by Stephen Sills, president of the Stanford College Republicans.
Amazon has pulled its first major game release, putting it back into a testing phase after poor feedback from players.
Familiarity with remote formats tempered by concerns over racism and health, survey finds
Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison demanded that a statue of Abraham Lincoln be moved and replaced.