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Many of the arguments in Twitter v. Taamneh hinged on specific interpretations of the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Conservative podcasters were 11 times more likely than liberal podcasters to share claims fact-checked as false.
The approve plan for orbital debris mitigation allows Amazon to begin its deployment of its constellation.
It will be the first time TikTok's CEO will appear for a congressional hearing.
The court has not yet agreed to hear the cases, but multiple justices have commented on their importance.
The Supreme Court will soon hear two blockbuster cases asking if tech companies can be held liable for terrorist content on their platforms.
If a determined CEO not beholden to Elon Musk were named, it’s still possible to turn this ship around.
The announcements closely echo tech platforms’ response to the U.S. Capitol riots.
The Senate recently passed a measure banning the app from government devices.
New planning grants were awarded to twelve states and two tribal entities.
The Supreme Court is preparing to hear two cases related to content moderation and platform liability.
The RWA told the FCC its members are struggling to get loans to fulfil Rip and Replace obligations.
Many, particularly conservatives, have expressed outrage over Taibbi and Weiss’s revelations.
The Supreme Court's decision could dramatically alter the content moderation landscape.
The musician recently announced a 2024 bid for the presidency.
Transparency laws in Calif. and N.Y. are the 'liberal' counterpart to the 'conservative' speech laws in Texas and Florida.
The merger, delayed by a federal probe, has left Truth Social without expected funding.
NTCA is concerned federal broadband funding in tribal areas may not be enough for long-term support.
The current kerfufle isn't the first time Twitter has had a run-in with the Federal Trade Commission.
The New York Times reported that Twitter is pausing its pay-for-verification system until after midterm elections.
The FCC approved 13 coordination systems allowing for the testing of unlicensed devices on the 6 GigaHertz band.
A part of digital Infrastructure investment, hyperscale data centers embody the communications and computation necessary for scaling broadband.
'We’re seeing the pace and the sophistication of the ransomware attacks increasing faster than our resilience.'
How will Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter and Ye's acquisition of Parler shape the social media landscape?
Upon assuming control of Twitter, Elon Musk reportedly fired Twitter’s chief executive officer, chief financial officer, and others
Georgetown University professor Randy Barnett said that the ability to post on social media might be a civil right.
Musk asked to nix the October 17 trial date, which would to allow more time for his financing banks.
The NTIA said it has received $5.5-billion worth of applications for the $1-billion middle mile program.
The Digital Services Act imposes transparency requirements and other accountability measures for tech platforms.
Meanwhile, Twitter shareholders approved a deal to sell the company to Elon Musk, who wants out.
Participants voiced concerns over alleged abuses by big tech companies.
Microsoft and CWA plan to host a traveling series of events promoting the ACP subsidy.
Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr doubled-down on previous criticism of the agency's exclusion of Starlink.
The FCC's Intergovernmental Advisory Committee, which provides guidance to the commission, has term extended two months.
The FCC has set September 26 as a deadline to comply with certain restrictions on exclusivity deals in buildings.
Ericsson, Thales, and Qualcomm said they hope to create a network in space for 5G.
Tom Wheeler is joining the board of a mobile network company.
Parler's Amy Peikoff said she wishes Twitter can follow in her social media company's footsteps.