Hayward Man Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison For Harassing Calls To Law Enforcement A Hayward man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for making hundreds of harassing and obscene phone calls to domestic and international law enforcement agencies.
Twitter's Tribute To Women Rings Hollow For Some Targets Of AbuseSome women who've been viciously attacked on the site say the company hasn't put enough muscle behind protecting vocal female users.
Twitter Wants Help Measuring Its 'Health'CEO Jack Dorsey posted a series of tweets that addressed the toxicity and misuse of the platform and put out a call for proposals from experts on how to size up the platform's health.
#MeToo Movement Drops Office Romances To 10-Year Low, Survey FindsCareerBuilder's annual Valentine's Day poll found that office romances have fallen to a 10-year low with only 36 percent of workers admitting to dating a co-worker.
Facebook Makes Workplace Harassment Policies PublicIn an unusual move for a big company, Facebook on Friday publicly released its policies against workplace harassment.
NBC News Fires Matt Lauer Over Inappropriate Sexual BehaviorMatt Lauer's co-host Savannah Guthrie made the announcement at the top of Wednesday's "Today" show.
70-Year-Old Man Arrested For Photographing Teen Girl On VTA BusA 70-year-old man was arrested Friday morning for bothering and photographing an underage female while riding on a VTA bus, according to authorities.
Following Backlash, Twitter Clarifies What Violates Its PoliciesAs promised, Twitter has made clarifications to its polices as part of its big push to curb harassment.