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The FTC has no chief technologist as it weighs big tech investigations

by Molly Wood Apr 2, 2019
The last person to hold the job says there are many ways the agency can get input on technology issues.
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) building in Washington, DC.
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Is more tech regulation coming in 2019?

by Molly Wood Jan 3, 2019
After a turbulent year, big tech is bound to face more scrutiny.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai listens during a commission meeting December 14, 2017 in Washington, DC.
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The privacy debate is starting to pit tech against tech

by Molly Wood Oct 26, 2018
Unpacking Apple CEO Tim Cook’s call for federal privacy measures.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple Inc talks at the Debating Ethics event at the European Parliament in Brussels on October 24, 2018. 
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The privacy debate is starting to pit tech against tech

by Molly Wood Oct 26, 2018
Unpacking Apple CEO Tim Cook’s call for federal privacy measures.
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple Inc talks at the Debating Ethics event at the European Parliament in Brussels on October 24, 2018. 
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Why are tech companies suddenly pushing a federal online privacy law?

by Molly Wood Aug 31, 2018
Tech giants want to preempt tough California legislation before it becomes a standard.
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EU online privacy rules are about to get more stringent

by Stephen Beard Apr 10, 2018
Tech businesses and consumers alike today scrutinized what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said to Congress and how lawmakers reacted to it. The big question is whether tougher regulation for social media platforms will follow. The threat is already materializing on…
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Entering the Facebook ecosystem at age 6

by Molly Wood and Kristin Schwab Dec 6, 2017
Will you let your children use the new Messenger Kids platform?
A look at Facebook's new chat app for kids.
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3 ways to protect your online privacy

by Eliza Mills Apr 21, 2017
Cybersecurity expert Ed Stroz advises on Wi-Fi, VPNs and pass codes.
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Your online privacy may soon come with a price tag

by Jed Kim Mar 29, 2017
VPN providers are eyeing ways to make you feel more secure, for a fee.

Google Chrome is going to crack the whip on unprotected websites

by Gigi Douban Nov 4, 2016
The Google Chrome security team is getting tough on websites that are not encrypted. Those are the ones without the HTTPS at the beginning of its URL. Anyone looking at what you’re doing online on that site can capture all…
Google says it will start marking unsecure websites in January.
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