The Canada-based company illegally collected “vast amounts of location data,” such as every time a person entered or left their home, workplace, or another coffee shop.
As Big Tech tried to block the state’s ban on content moderation, Texas leaned on the US Supreme Court justice’s interpretation of free speech law.
The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reinstated a law that says that a user can’t be censored based on their “viewpoint.”
The 96 internet service providers were told to enforce the orders “by any technological means available.”
The Biden administration is looking into a government-issued digital currency. The implications would be profound.
The organization says cutting the country off would have “devastating” effects on the global internet system.
Privacy advocates and lawmakers from both major parties objected to the agency’s use of a third-party system to confirm taxpayers’ identities.
The president’s long-awaited nominees are strong proponents of narrowing the digital divide and restoring net neutrality rules.
The governor warned that he would take legal action against a journalist who identified a vulnerability that exposed teachers’ Social Security numbers.