Parler's Amy Peikoff said she wishes Twitter can follow in her social media company's footsteps.
Musk has taken a step back from the acquisition, but insists he still intends to purchase Twitter.
AT&T has launched technology that will use the GPS on phones to help emergency responders more accurately find calls.
Match Group is suing Google over its alleged restrictive app store billing practices, as lawmakers consider legislation tackling the issue.
Carr said he’s “very glad to hear” of Musk’s Twitter purchase, but still thinks Section 230 reform is necessary.
ATS will test technology allowing LEO satellites to provide direct connectivity to cellphones.
The conservative firebrand attributes says the banning of her personal Twitter is the result of social media’s left-wing bias.
Will Twitter's new owner change the debate about social media?
Letter claims antitrust bills would cost the economy $319 billion.
The EU law would require certain large tech companies to better regulate disinformation and misinformation.
Twitter's board is reportedly re-considering Musk's $43 billion cash offer.
Government officials continue to warn about potential Russian cyberattacks.
Elon Musk proposes to take Twitter private.
Comedian John Oliver wants the federal government to work on federal privacy legislation.
The House passed bills about spectrum coordination and the FCC collecting maternal mortality and morbidity data.
Elon Musk bought a chunk of Twitter shares after expressing dissatisfaction with the platform's free speech decisions.
How different is the Great Firewall of China (and now Russia) from being deplatformed by Big Tech?
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said Section 230 needs to be reviewed in light of Facebook case in Texas.
The head of the Center for European Policy Analysis said America and EU need to agree on Big Tech.
Attorneys general from across the nation will investigate TikTok to determine if the platform is harmful to minors.
Lawmakers chastised the companies for providing little information in response to past committee inquiries.
Five days into the new year and two developments bring Section 230 protections back into focus.
Big technology companies faced hurdles in 2021 -- and it's only the beginning of a Biden administration crackdown.
TPI released their broadband map, which tracks speeds, availability, and adoption rates across the country.
While some advocate for a tightening of language, other experts believe Section 230 should not be touched.
Nearly 60 public interest groups signed a letter to House leaders to call a vote on six antitrust bills.
Republicans threaten companies that comply with Democrats records request, Pew highlights the good in infrastructure bill, Connected Britain in person.
Latest lawsuit illustrates the increasing fragility of Section 230 legal protections.
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.
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.
Expert warns Big Tech must adopt hands-off approach to regain public trust.
Biden signs order banning investments in 59 Chinese companies, Nigeria bans Twitter, top court rules on hacking.
China's digital savvy and its influence over developing countries is concerning some experts.
Biden orders FCC and FTC to stand down on Trump-era order targeting social media companies.
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.
RDOF reverse auction criticized again, Google ups revenues during Covid, California survey on broadband access for K-12 students.