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He said Monday the tech industry should be more outspoken around issues like DACA. [Read More]
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One of the great mysteries this July was who, exactly, gave Elon Musk "verbal governmental approval" to build his ultra-fast, underground tunnel between New York... [Read More]
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But he did highlight his objection to the deal. [Read More]
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A year after Donald Trump won the White House, the ranks of his government are still lacking in science and technology experts — the sort... [Read More]
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said Thursday he's "absolutely" willing to come talk to the U.S. Congress as lawmakers continue to probe Russia's efforts to spread... [Read More]
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Apple continued to hire greater numbers of Asian, black and Latino workers over the past year, but the overall racial and gender breakdown of the... [Read More]
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The FEC is weighing new rules in light of Russia's 2016 election meddling. [Read More]
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Congressional foes of the AT&T-Time Warner deal are in a bind: Celebrate the government's skepticism, or fear Trump's influence? [Read More]
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In a speech in Washington, D.C., Democratic Sen. Al Franken delivered a verbal lashing to Amazon, Facebook and Google, slamming the three tech giants for... [Read More]
The Senate Commerce Committee convenes its hearing at 10 am ET Wednesday. [Read More]
Mayer will testify at a Tuesday hearing after all! Senate lawmakers quietly subpoenaed former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer in October in order to compel her... [Read More]
Two prominent Mitt Romney alums find themselves in the middle of a Silicon Valley lawsuit. [Read More]
Reporters around the country have been unknowingly including tweets from Russian trolls in their news stories. [Read More]
Plus, he appeared to cast some doubt on newly proposed regulation targeting online political ads... [Read More]
Major American websites helped spread Russian Twitter propaganda, according to a new analysis. [Read More]
Tweets from 2,752 fake Twitter accounts created by Russian government trolls found their way into U.S. news stories. [Read More]
Plus, Rep. Adam Schiff asks tech giants to work together and product their own report studying Russian meddling... [Read More]
Kremlin trolls targeted users based on location, political party, religion and more. [Read More]
It's round two for the tech giants as they testify about Russia's use of their platforms to spread disinformation during the 2016 election. [Read More]
The roughly two and a half hour hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee's top crime panel, led by Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, is not some... [Read More]
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