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The measures that Google, Facebook, and Twitter are taking to stop the spread of election-related misinformation.
A small industry of tech companies ensure your ballots get counted.
With the US government looking to bring an antitrust case against Google, the search giant could use American Express’ playbook to defend itself.
It can’t beat tech salaries, so it’s trying the next best thing.
Maybe don’t upload your boarding pass to Instagram.
The SEC is changing its rules for investing in private markets. Find out what it means for you.
Those Post Office crop-tops are far from a one-off.
Scammers and fraudsters are having a field day with the pandemic.
Chaos set in pretty quickly.
Facebook expects to be hit with the largest-ever US fine for user privacy and data breaches, but does it even matter?
The FTC has issued a $12.8 fine on a shady supplement company for paying for fake reviews on Amazon.
Altria’s major investment into Juul has been a headache from the get-go, and now the FDA is out for blood.
Relativity Space continues its hot streak of support after winning permission from the US Air Force to launch from Cape Canaveral.
Nearly 800k federal workers have been furloughed because of the shutdown, and it’s costing the government a pretty penny.
After a big 2018, Nucor plans to create 400 new full-time jobs by the year 2022 after announcing it will build a $1.3B steel factory.
As scientists engineer new ways to create food without animals, old producers are lobbying for strict labeling laws for protection.
The Kilauea Volcano is taking a massive toll on the Big Island’s economy, and Hawaii’s governor wants to reassure everyone parts of the island are still open for business.
To win the cloud wars for the government’s $10B JEDI contract to build a war-cloud, Microsoft launched a government version of its cloud services.
On Monday, the Supreme Court struck down a North Carolina law that made it a felony for registered sex offenders to use Facebook and other social media sites. It’s a monumental decision — one of the first to grapple with the complex relationship between the internet and the First Amendment. It all began with a […]
Donald Trump just appointed two long-time opponents to the FCC’s rules.