Amazon sellers use the apps to do business more efficiently, but they can also access shoppers’ personal information.
Regulators say Juul hasn’t proved its claim that e-cigarettes are safer than tobacco, and uses misleading appeals to kids.
State attorneys general revealed investigations into possible anticompetitive behavior by tech giants, adding to probes by Congress and federal agencies.
Opinion: As President, I would issue a robot tax for corporations displacing humans, and create a federal agency to oversee automation.
The FTC could do more to punish companies like Google and Facebook over privacy violations. But the bigger problem is that Congress continues to do nothing at all.
An investigative reporter in Mexico suffers retaliatory attacks and a Tanzanian journalist is detailed by police.
Even conservative lawmakers say they’re open to more regulation when it comes to tech companies and children online. So where is it?
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Amazon is experimenting with yet another mysterious badge to help shoppers sort through the millions of choices its marketplace offers.