Trolls, beware! Fark.com says it isn't going to put up with users mistreating women on its site anymore.
New rules also explain under which circumstances it will notify users that their data has been requested by law enforcement agencies.
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RSA Conference follows other associations in writing new dress codes for its exhibitors. And that means no more tube tops, minidresses or bodysuits for women -- or men -- staffing their booths.
Across the continent, unmanned aerial vehicles are already in use across a broad spectrum of industries.
Technically Incorrect: A man says that he played all day for six to eight weeks and noticed a slight pain in his left hand. But not when he played.
Twitter has added a new feature that allows victims of harassment to create a full report of a harassing Tweet with just a mouse click.
Technically Incorrect: A group of British school principals send a letter to parents saying that violent adult-rated video games risk getting them into serious trouble.
The social network updated its content guidelines to more clearly explain what is and isn't acceptable on its service, as it balances balance free speech with removal of offensive content.