The Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act seeks to target large online platforms that push harmful content.
Facebook is nudging teens away from harmful content, Comcast's new spam call blocker, AT&T goes with Ericsson for standalone 5G.
Ashdown wanted share of streaming revenues, chunk of Americans regular consumers of news on Facebook, Open Broadband project takes off.
Frances Haugen testifies in front of the Senate studying protecting kids online after revealing herself as Facebook whistleblower.
More mid-band spectrum is being auctioned off, Facebook says no evidence of monopoly, BAI gets regulatory approval for Mobilitie buy.
Infrastructure bill does not see expected vote Thursday, Facebook's whistleblower reveals herself, GDPR has huge fines.
Facebook pauses photo-sharing app for kids, FCC announces $1.2B in first wave of ECF, ransomware attacks on the rise.
There is concern that an FTC focused on 'big is bad' will stunt economic growth in the future.
Politico panel debates merit of allowing tech platform users to migrate data freely.
Letter follows Wall Street Journal story that reports Facebook knew about mental health damage Instagram has on teens.
Nearly 60 public interest groups signed a letter to House leaders to call a vote on six antitrust bills.
Dish wants low-cost prepaid business Gen Mobile, Members of Congress want investigation into Facebook-Google, STL appoints Paul Atkinson.
Republicans threaten companies that comply with Democrats records request, Pew highlights the good in infrastructure bill, Connected Britain in person.
Often characterized in the media as the Supreme Court of Facebook, Oversight Board members explained how the board actually functions.
FTC mounts another complaint against Facebook, Amazon warns third-party sellers about antitrust, Tesla autopilot investigated.
Nebraska said FCC made inaccuracies in RDOF decision, committee pushes secure equipment forward, T-Mobile sunsetting Sprint network.
Companies also want to discuss cybersecurity, net neutrality, taxes and privacy.
FTC commissioners were split at a Congressional hearing on Wednesday at the prospects of increasing FTC jurisdiction.
In the fourth in a series of explainers, Broadband Breakfast examines the Biden administration's intent to bash Big Tech.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar introduced a bill Thursday to remove Section 230 protections for vaccine misinformation.
Facebook follows Amazon in asking for recusing Khan, Entry-level broadband prices fell, FCC has Open RAN showcase.
Legal experts say changing views on Section 230 will make platforms less willing to employ that defense in future cases.
The speech Democrats view as dangerous and offensive is the same speech that Republicans feel is being silenced.
Trump files class-action against major tech firms, New York gets $21M for rural internet, default apps get most use.
Judge rules against Florida social media law, Ohio GOP cuts muni broadband ban, Democrats want increased child privacy protections.
A federal judge tossed the FTC's antitrust case against Facebook out of court Monday.
Democrats have decided they're against Big Tech. A smarter GOP would sense the opening and take it.
An inside look at the package of antitrust bills marked up this week by the House Judiciary Committee.
CTA CEO said abolishing intermediary liability protections violates private industry protections against government interference.
Expert warns Big Tech must adopt hands-off approach to regain public trust.
Antitrust and technology experts say that Congress's new antitrust package is legally flawed and politically motivated.
Tech execs have begun to speak out against a new package of proposed antitrust bills in Congress.
Legal and policy experts are split over how effective Klobuchar's proposed antitrust legislation could be.
Congress introduces 5 antitrust bills, a federal judges blocks New York's $15 internet, and Trump secretly subpoenaed Apple in 2018.
Experts disagree on the right response to video manipulation -- is more tech or a societal shift the right solution?
Panelists say they've been censored on social media -- and they point to platforms' auto moderation.
Tech orgs sue Florida for social media bill, Verizon wants focus on affordability, Facebook allows man-made virus posts.
Brendan Carr said Big Tech can make critical decisions on who sees what on the internet.
Organizations signed a formal list of 70 public complaints against the social media giant.
Republican representative Bob Latta said Section 230 is not going anywhere anytime soon.