NSA warns that VPNs could be vulnerable to cyberattacksA senior NSA official who briefed reporters Wednesday said the increase in remote work had attracted the attention of potentially malicious cyber actors.
Consumers avoiding stores amid COVID surgeA recovery in foot traffic to reopened businesses is starting to reverse as states fail to contain the coronavirus.
Companies may shun Facebook now, but maybe not for longPR blitz against the social media giant lets Corporate America strike a pose without totally jumping ship.
COVID-19 accelerates use of drone technologyCo-owner and CEO of DroneDeploy Mike Winn joins CBSN to discuss the integration of drone technology by some businesses as a socially distant alternative during the coronavirus pandemic.
National Park Service offering virtual tours of closed parksClimb up the Statue of Liberty, hike through Yosemite National Park and visit the Pyramids of Egypt — all from your computer.
More advertisers flee Facebook as boycott growsAdidas, Conagra and Ford are among the latest major brands to swear off the social media platform over hate speech.
India bans TikTok, dozens of other Chinese apps amid border standoffTikTok, a video-sharing platform that has been downloaded 611 million times in India, is among the apps targeted as the Asian giants feud.
The Lincoln Project targets Trump in new adsRick Wilson, co-founder of The Lincoln Project, joined "Red & Blue" to discuss his group's new ads against President Trump and whether Republicans will take a stand against him in November.
Major companies suspend social media advertising over online hate speechA number of high profile corporations have announced a suspension of advertising on several social media platforms after many human rights organizations pressured the companies to help fight digital hate speech. Jericka Duncan speaks with the Anti-Defamation League CEO, who says Facebook needs to take responsibility for its role in the proliferation of online hate speech.
Tesla's cybertruck draws crowds at Petersen Automotive MuseumCar and technology enthusiasts gathered at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles to take a sneak peek at Tesla's anticipated cybertruck. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Facebook to start labeling rule-breaking postsFacebook will now implement strategies to crack down on potentially offensive or misleading content, including statements made by government officials. Carter Evans reports.
Facebook to label rule-breaking posts after advertisers fleeThe company will leave up "newsworthy" posts from politicians that break its rules but will label them, it said.