Apple isn’t the only U.S. tech giant facing questions about its Chinese supply chain.
Newly obtained emails show how Apple, Google, and Facebook sought to leverage Trump’s USTR for their corporate agendas last year, undaunted by Trump’s embrace of baseless conspiracies about the 2020 election.
Anticipation is high that President Biden will take a tougher approach to Big Tech. But the candidates emerging for antitrust chief have close ties to the tech industry.
Amazon is expanding into every corner of people’s lives with its growing list of products and services. That’s allowing it to collect far more data about its users than many people realize.
Armed with blue checkmark accounts on X, white supremacists are using the war in the Middle East to advance their antisemitic, Islamophobic, and anti-immigrant narratives.
A group headed by the son of the Supreme Court nominee has become a key line of defense for Big Tech in Washington.
YouTube says it delivers ‘responsible’ video recommendations. But its algorithms steered accounts for young gamers toward content on guns, school shootings, and a serial killer.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt helped shape legislation to expand the U.S. semiconductor industry. Now, his network of investments is poised to benefit from the new stream of government funding.
X has policies in place that ban terrorist propaganda. But the platform is allowing premium subscription accounts to spread graphic Hamas videos.
Some social media platforms are potentially profiting from advertisement placements alongside searches for hate groups and extremists, according to a new review by the Anti-Defamation League and the Tech Transparency Project.
Major social media platforms are not only hosting hate groups that violate their policies, but at times helping these groups generate streams of revenue to support their movements, a new review by ADL and Tech Transparency Project (TTP) found.