The campaign is part of a broader effort to get the United States to pass online protections for children.

Khan is entering the FTC at a critical moment, with pressure mounting from members of both political parties to rein in tech companies.

Conservatives claim a package of bills don't address alleged conservative bias on tech platforms.

'I unplug mine whenever I'm on the phone with a senator,' she said.

The company won't let landlords list properties where they've evicted a tenant for failure to pay rent, at least through the end of the year.

The backdrop: the Trump Justice Department's secret requests that kept people in the dark.

Congress is entering a new phase in its years-long battle to rein in tech's power.

They're planning to run billboards and even fly planes over the company's Menlo Park headquarters.

The U.S. Innovation and Competition Act passed on a bipartisan vote. But its future is uncertain in the House.

There was a disconnect between the glossy product reveals and current political backlash against the company.

The company has new rules for politicians, but it still won't fact check them.

More than a dozen have posted without basic disclosures.

A patchwork of different U.S. systems is emerging.

'The Truth Brigade' now has tens of thousands of volunteers who are using their personal social media accounts to dispel purported falsehoods.

It kicks off a legal battle over the measure, which is set to take effect July 1.

'As we work to eliminate injustice in our society, we cannot ignore the online ecosystem,' Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) said.

The move is by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (D).

The bill highlights growing Republican effort to pass social media laws at the state level.

The judge's pointed questioning of Tim Cook shows she's not buying all of Apple's arguments.

The changes come as Republican lawmakers and organizers’ continued embrace of baseless claims of widespread election fraud threaten to influence the midterms and the 2024 election.

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