Shot from America First Action Super PAC ad “Scott.” – captured via YouTube “Dark money” groups that keep their donors
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For Immediate Release:Contact: email@example.com WASHINGTON, Sept. 3, 2020 — With the digital-dominated 2020 election shifting into high gear, OpenSecrets is
(Erin Schaff/The New York Times) More than $116 million in political spending and 2020 contributions can be traced back to
Senator Tom Cotton (Tom Brenner/Getty Images) A “dark money” group launched by allies of Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is spending
Facebook chief executive officer will argue that any weakening of U.S. companies will cede territory to Chinese companies.
Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Plagued by criticisms of its moderating practices, a congressional antitrust probe and a
Activists behind a boycott of Facebook by major advertisers said a virtual meeting with CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed the platform
Several U.S. social media companies have ceased reviewing requests by Hong Kong authorities to search residents’ data, following China’s implementation
The symbol of a red, upside-down triangle is displayed on Antifa merchandise sold online.
Zuckerberg criticized Twitter for its fact-check of Trump’s prediction that mass voting-by-mail would lead to fraud.
(Mark Makela/Getty Images) High-powered super PACs are helping presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden make up ground on social media against
A screenshot of a Facebook ad run by ACRONYM. At a time when trustworthy journalism is more important than ever,
The Facebook founder said he was worried about China’s model “spreading to other countries.”
Pfizer is one of the most popular stocks in Congress, with 48 lawmakers placing their bet on the drugmaker that
Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden on Monday in Michigan. (Photo by Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty
William Barr has tightened his control of the Justice Department’s antitrust probes, a move that could spell trouble for Silicon Valley
President Donald Trump greets supporters during CPAC 2019 (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) This week marks another year of America’s long-running gathering
U.S. regulators announced Tuesday that they are demanding information about past mergers from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and Alphabet.
Hillary Clinton heavily criticized Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for his ‘authoritarian’ and ‘Trumpian’ stance on political speech.
The policy has come under fire from Democrats who accuse the company of allowing misleading campaign ads by President Trump.
So far, it looks like the decade of social media will make moral panics a habit.
The Kentucky senator backs antitrust exemption letting newspapers negotiate better terms from the tech giants.
Facebook employees published an internal letter several weeks ago that criticizes CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to allow ads with false
Facebook announced that it will tighten its rules on political advertising ahead of the 2020 elections, in an attempt to