• Supreme Court Ruling Requires Dismissal Of FTC's Antitrust Case, Facebook Says
    "The Supreme Court's decision and its reasoning support Facebook's argument that the FTC's suit improperly circumvents limits on its authority," the company writes in papers filed this week with U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg in Washington, D.C.
  • FTC Loses Leverage Against Fraudsters
    The Supreme Court on Thursday made it harder for the FTC to obtain restitution for people harmed by deceptive or fraudulent practices.
  • GOP Floats New Curbs On Tech Companies
    Republican staff in the House suggest broadening the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, limiting Section 230 protections
  • Texas AG Violates First Amendment By Blocking Critics On Twitter, Group Says
    In a lawsuit filed Thursday, an advocacy group says Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton engages in viewpoint-based discrimination by blocking Twitter users who criticize him or his policies.
  • Facebook Prevails In Robotexting Battle
    Handing Facebook a victory, the Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously reversed a lower court ruling that would have required the company to face a lawsuit over unwanted text messages.