Wednesday’s congressional hearing on Section 230 may have been a bit unsettling for techies: a genuinely substantive look at the future of tech platforms.
The EU’s highest court ruled that website operators can’t present users with “pre-checked” options to agree to cookies.
But the appeals court said states can adopt and enforce their own net neutrality rules, which the FCC tried to prohibit.
From social media addiction to antitrust regulation, the freshman senator from Missouri wants to take on Big Tech in big ways.
The senator and presidential candidate wants to offer $85 billion in grants to nonprofits and municipalities to bring the internet to underserved areas.