The executive thinks politicians should earn their reach, but will other social platforms follow suit?
The Really Online Lefty League strikes again
The fund will help finance Beijing's domestic semiconductor efforts
Many believe letting politicians lie with impunity is against the company's core values
The presidential candidate goes meta
Storing 200 million records in one place, what could go wrong?
Google continues to make donations to anti-science groups despite their public environmental advocacy
Industry analysts have called it "greenwashing" for portraying an image of climate action yet donating in opposition behind the scenes
Expect more states to do the same
Asking experts, not lobbyists, to guide policy change
The company doesn't want to be the arbiter of truth on its platform
Twitter says it's a "joint effort in response to a shared threat"
The FCC may be about to get more powerful
Leaked U.N. report says North Korea has stolen billions of dollars in cyberattacks to fund its weapons program
An estimated $2 billion went into its nuclear weapons program
It will go into effect on September 1
Developers in the affected countries will get very limited access
The Senate leader earns a new nickname
Campaign ads were pulled following 'unusual account activity'
All your data are belong to NSO's customers
Election 2020: new hardware, old software
The U.S.-China trade war is far from over
The site the NYT accuses of political 'trolling'
But Twitter won't remove them outright
How much is your information worth?
The order bans foreign telecom equipment sales