Google says it’s against company policies for advertisers to make false claims, but when it comes to politicians, not all lies are created equal.
The offensive items appear to be the byproduct of an increasingly automated ecommerce landscape.
Sophia Xueqin Huang, a journalist who has covered the ongoing unrest in Hong Kong has been detained since October on charges of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble.”
As the year winds down without any federal online privacy law to show for it, Senate Democrats introduce new legislation and a set of “privacy principles.”
When an ad exec snagged a key election domain, he shared the news with just one other person: ex-White House communications chief Anthony Scaramucci.
Elon Musk isn’t the only one capitalizing on the Cybertruck’s popularity.
The Workers Right to Training Act allows employees to evolve as their employers adopt new tech.
The company’s new facial-recognition service comes with limitations to prevent abuse, which sometimes lets competitors take the lead.
The company’s moves into health data will test how serious antitrust enforcers are about privacy issues.
Opinion: Our new study on Islamophobia, xenophobia, and racism during the 2018 midterms confirms we’re on a path of digital dystopia.
The popular video app gets slammed by lawmakers over everything from children’s privacy to national security, as well as for its ties to Beijing.
Ron Wyden turned heads this month with a bill that would put tech executives behind bars, but not all of his colleagues agree it would be effective—or constitutional.
Warren’s latest plan would prohibit large companies from hiring senior government employees right out of office—and she comes out swinging against Facebook.