Virginia Passes Data Privacy Law, Reigniting Calls for a Federal Solution
It's the second state in the nation to pass regulations, following California.
Facebook Ends Its Political Advertising Ban 4 Months After the Election
Google lifted its ban last week.
After Australia, US Publishers May Bargain With Tech Giants
Congress is looking to revive a proposal that would enable collective bargaining with tech giants.
‘Be Human and Be Fallible’: Brands Test the Waters on Clubhouse
Kool-Aid, Square and Slice have made their debut, but there's no real playbook.
Google Resumes Political Advertising Following Insurrection Pause
The tech giant stopped such ads in mid-January.
Will Snapchat Spotlight Last Beyond Million-Dollar Payouts?
"TikTok said, 'We can make you famous overnight.' Snapchat is going to make you rich overnight."
Financial Services Companies Join Social Platforms in Moderating Content
Decisions around online speech are often inconsistent and nebulous.