Republicans threaten companies that comply with Democrats records request, Pew highlights the good in infrastructure bill, Connected Britain in person.
Legal experts say changing views on Section 230 will make platforms less willing to employ that defense in future cases.
The Oversight Board has sent the decision back to Facebook management, criticizing it for setting a "standardless" penalty.
Boost is bundling telehealth services, South Dakota planning $100 million for broadband, Frequencz gets $4 million in capital.
March 22, 2021—A report published by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation suggests that significant investments in a rural, reverse-auction […]
January 12, 2021 – The future of sports and how brands engage fans utilizing digital tech is ever-evolving, given the […]
July 30, 2020 — Wednesday’s House Judiciary Antitrust subcommittee hearing marked the first time four tech CEOs appeared before Congress, […]
Tech companies are hesitant to reopen their offices, Axios reported. Many companies have announced that employees will be able to […]
May 22, 2020 — Experts on the issue of data portability are unsure where to draw the line regarding the […]
A new Twitter feature allows users to decide who can reply to their tweets, sparking questions about the constitutionality of […]
A report from BroadbandNow finds that people from states with municipal broadband restrictions pay more for their internet than those […]
WASHINGTON, September 25, 2019 – A Senate Judiciary subcommittee devoted to antitrust on Tuesday grilled witnesses about what appeared to […]
WASHINGTON, August 1, 2019 — Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., took the stage at the National Conservative Student Conference on Wednesday […]
Third party websites that use Facebook’s “Like” button can be held liable for processing personal user data and transmitting it […]