Google and Facebook are backers of the Contract for the Web, which lists privacy as a core principle. But the companies continue to slurp up user data.
The company told House investigators that it ‘gates’ its own private-label products. Here’s why that matters.
When it comes to the Silicon Valley giants, presidential candidates are having the wrong debate.
Though there hasn’t been a deluge of large fines, EU regulators are slowly beginning to flex their enforcement muscles.
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.