• Facebook Fails To Prevent PACs From Lying In Ads
    The pro-Trump political action committee "America First Action" recently paid Facebook nearly $300,000 to spread 450 untruthful ads about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, according to a new report.
  • FCC Urged To Reject 'Digital Authoritarianism,' Dismiss Petition For Social Media Rules
    Moving forward with President Trump's planned crackdown on social media platforms would send the wrong message about censorship, the Consumer Technology Association told the FCC Thursday.
  • Portland Bans Facial-Recognition Technology
    Come January, private companies in Portland, Oregon will no longer be allowed to use facial-recognition technology in stores, parks, and other places of public accommodation, under an ordinance passed unanimously by city lawmakers this week.
  • Apple Delays Anti-Tracking Move As It Touts Privacy In New iPhone Ad
    Apple said Thursday it will delay rolling out a setting that would have prevented app developers from tracking iPhone users without their explicit consent.