The government is accusing Google of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in a lawsuit that is the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades.
Over the past month, it has become clear that tech leaders are willing to silence people who don’t think as they do.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Tuesday returned to Congress to take questions regarding their content moderation policies before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
President-elect Joe Biden could amend Section 230 and reinstate net neutrality, experts day.
The Justice Department filed an antitrust suit against Google on Oct. 20
Facebook and Google will both continue to block political advertisements on their platforms past the two-week moratorium both pre and post-Election Day that they originally announced.
The controversial program was ended earlier this month.
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A YouTube video claiming President Trump has won reelection does not violate the site's election misinformation policies and has been allowed to remain on the platform.
The move from Alphabet's Google comes as the nation struggles to respond to the worst health crisis in more than a century, with millions of lost jobs, and a reckoning on racial injustice.
Most of our competitors collect more data and restrict more speech more than any government could, consistent with our Constitution.
The Justice Department sued Google saying the company’s dominance in online search and advertising harms rivals and consumers
Consumer Watchdog called Friday for the California Senate Elections Committee to investigate why Google algorithms had given voters looking for answers from the state's official election guide a biased take on ballot measures, including Proposition 24.
Big tech represents nearly 20% of the S&P 500.
Google parent Alphabet Inc returned to sales growth in the third quarter as businesses initially hobbled by the coronavirus pandemic resumed advertising with the internet's biggest supplier of ads.
Waymo and Daimler are teaming up to build self-driving semis. The Freightliner Casdada will be equipped with the Waymo Driver tech.
The CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google will testify before Congress on Wednesday amid concerns of bias.
Section 230 is a key provision under the Communications Decency Act, which shields online companies from being held liable for the content their users create.
Some Senate Democrats are seeking to empower regulators to protect local news outlets, accusing tech giants such as Google and Facebook of "unfair business practices," according to a new report by members of a key committee that will hear from the top industry executives this week.
U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta on Monday set a status hearing on the Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc’s Google for Friday.