The company’s new facial-recognition service comes with limitations to prevent abuse, which sometimes lets competitors take the lead.
The company’s moves into health data will test how serious antitrust enforcers are about privacy issues.
The focus in November is on four murdered journalists, whose killers have not been held to account.
Ron Wyden turned heads this month with a bill that would put tech executives behind bars, but not all of his colleagues agree it would be effective—or constitutional.
Warren’s latest plan would prohibit large companies from hiring senior government employees right out of office—and she comes out swinging against Facebook.
A growing number of districts are deploying cameras and software to prevent attacks. But the systems are also used to monitor students, and adult critics.