That doesn’t bode well for tougher security topics.
But Congress has little leverage to make it happen.
The bans could have ripple effects for American companies.
It also raises questions about the public’s faith in the integrity of elections.
These apparent efforts have drawn far less scrutiny than election interference.
Just add law enforcement as a "silent" user, they say.
Their ideas are reminiscent of Europe's GDPR.
The deputy attorney general also called for "responsible encryption."
But holding them accountable could be tricky.
Two hearings Tuesday show the company and its tech peers face new regulatory challenges