A new bill from Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo) would give Americans the ability to easily block Internet companies such as Google and Facebook from collecting any data beyond what is necessary for the specific online services offered.
A dark money progressive organization hoping for a leftward turn on the courts is targeting Justice Brett Kavanaugh with advertisements, suggesting the Court is illegitimate following his elevation last October.
Sen. Doug Jones’s (D., Ala.) campaign recently blocked his own constituents from seeing Facebook ads touting his reelection as an important step to Democrats reclaiming the Senate majority.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D., Mass.) daughter runs a company that includes among its clientele the social media giant Facebook, one of the tech companies the 2020 candidate would like to break up.
Several of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D., Mass.) campaign ads were removed by Facebook for calling for the breakup of Facebook and other tech giants, which goes against Facebook’s advertising policies.
NetChoice, an e-commerce trade group whose members include Facebook and Google, pushed back against Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D., Mass.) new policy proposal for the breaking-up of American tech companies like Amazon.
Democratic congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) is raising money off her support for impeaching President Donald Trump.
Apple News is quickly becoming a news behemoth, rivaling other social media giants in terms of its influence. Slate reported in a September profile that referrals to its site from Apple News had tripled in a year, surpassing even Facebook as the top driver of traffic to the site. A The Information article cited a source …
Facebook has banned multiple ads released by a pro-life organization in support of Republican Senate candidates.