Connecticut could soon become the fifth state to give consumers the right to reject online ad targeting.
Florida may end a theme-park exemption to its new social media law, which prohibits some companies that operate online platforms from banning political candidates.
"I am concerned that present market realities may render the 'notice and consent' paradigm outdated and insufficient," FTC Chair Lina Khan said this week.
YouTube allegedly "recommended that users view inflammatory videos created by ISIS, videos which played a key role in recruiting fighters to join ISIS," the family of Nohemi Gonzalez says in a petition to the Supreme Court.
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