"Apple's conduct violates current antitrust law and threatens to inflict irreparable harm on millions of everyday Americans," antitrust attorney John Thorne argued in his prepared statement.
Far from stemming fake news or hate speech, Maryland's new tax on digital ads will leave the internet "overrun by low-quality 'junk,'" the Chamber of Commerce, Internet Association and others argue in a lawsuit filed Thursday.
A federal appellate court has handed public officials a blueprint for circumventing the First Amendment in order to block critics on social media, Missouri resident Mike Campbell argues.
Tech companies would face fines of $100,000 per day for de-platforming political candidates in Florida, under a proposal by the state's governor.
"If a business is built on misleading users, on data exploitation, on choices that are no choices at all, then it does not deserve our praise," Apple CEO Tim Cook says.
Amazon isn't required to host "the kind of abusive, violent content at issue in this case, particularly in light of the recent riots at the U.S. Capitol," U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Rothstein in Seattle wrote.
In a first, the Federal Trade Commission is requiring a company prosecuted for privacy violations to notify consumers that it shared information about them with outside companies.
Apple prohibits app developers from deploying device fingerprinting, but some are considering doing so anyway.
In the unusually public battle, the company that let Cambridge Analytica harvest 87 million users' data is running newspaper ads headlined "Apple vs. the free internet."
The FTC is moving "deeper into the consumer review ecosystem," advertising lawyer Jeff Greenbaum says.