Tech Policy



Industry-linked groups are reigniting those concerns during a key legislative stretch.

Some Democrats wanted a whole new agency. They found compromise on supercharging the FTC.

The Wikimedia Foundation's soon-to-be CEO Maryana Iskander says dealing with harassment is key.

The nominations could heighten scrutiny of how technologies may exacerbate racial and ethnic disparities.

Amazon locks wholesalers into deals guaranteeing the tech giant makes a minimum profit, suit alleges.

The protracted FCC vacancies has led to "a lost year in policymaking," one advocate said.

Obama-appointed judges on opposite ends of the country have refused to rein in Big Tech.

A Texas law targeting allegations of bias by tech companies is part of a mounting trend.

The law applies to social media companies including Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube with more than 50 million monthly active users in the United States.

The bill, known as the “Silenced No More Act,” would make it easier for workers to speak out about racism, harassment and other workplace abuse by preventing companies from enforcing nondisclosure agreements and nondisparagement clauses against reports of discrimination.

The tech giant is "profiting from the sensationalism of anti-vaccine misinformation," a top Democrat said.

First Solar is one of few U.S. solar-panel manufacturers in an industry dominated by Chinese factories.

The company attempts to convince regulators it has addressed concerns about its digital wallet.

Apple’s olive branch to small developers, announced late Thursday night as a proposed lawsuit settlement, is unlikely to shield it from the growing regulatory heat in Washington and around the world, interviews indicated on Friday.

Critics say there’s growing momentum globally to regulate the giants.

The unusually public and ambitious gathering was part of a broader Biden administration effort to prioritize cyberattacks as a national security and economic threat.

Lawmakers are again probing how quickly companies take action against dangerous or terrorist content.

Facebook has tackled the "low-hanging fruit," one analyst said. What's next is the real challenge.

“This is symptomatic of a larger problem,” said one top lawmaker.

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