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Goodbye, 2018 — a year of data and privacy scandals

by Molly Wood Dec 31, 2018
Executive summary: The GDPR is coming for you.
Facebook employees talks to visitors as the social network Facebook opens a pop-up kiosk for one day on December 13, 2018, in Bryant Park in New York, where it will field questions about its data-sharing practices and teach users how to understand its new privacy controls.
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Facebook and Google pledge to fight internet abuse

by Ben Bradford Nov 7, 2018
Facebook and Google have pledged themselves to a pact formed by Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web. The “Contract for the Web” asks internet companies to fight fake news and uphold principles that protect privacy as a…
A picture taken in Paris on May 16, 2018 shows the logo of the social network Facebook on a broken screen of a mobile phone.
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Brexit puts Gibraltar residents between a rock and a hard place

by Stephen Beard Oct 16, 2018
People in the U.K. territory adjoining Spain voted against Brexit and are now fearful.
The Rock of Gibraltar. 
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Brexit puts Gibraltar residents between a rock and a hard place

by Stephen Beard Oct 16, 2018
People in the U.K. territory adjoining Spain voted against Brexit and are now fearful.
The Rock of Gibraltar. 
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What role should governments play in regulating speech online?

by Molly Wood Aug 24, 2018
"Many people ... trust these big tech companies frankly more than they do their politicians," Politico's chief technology correspondent says.
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Why Trump’s looser emission standards are mixed blessing for automakers

by Scott Tong Aug 2, 2018
13 states are challenging the proposal.
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For small companies, doing business in Europe may not be worth the cost

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour May 17, 2018
Large companies are spending millions to comply with Europe's new data laws; that could prove tough for smaller businesses.
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The White House hosts an artificial intelligence summit

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer May 9, 2018
An “Artificial Intelligence for American Industry” summit is being hosted at the White House today. Executives from Amazon, Facebook, Ford and IBM will be there. One big topic on the agenda? Government regulation. Turns out the federal government hasn’t written any regulations…

Phone firms say merger would boost 5G in U.S.

by Andy Uhler Apr 30, 2018
The telecom world could be getting a bit smaller. T-Mobile announced yesterday it would be acquiring Sprint in a $26 million all-stock deal. The two companies said the merger will mean that American companies will be able to implement fifth-generation…

Critics fear EPA changes will give big industry more sway over science

by Scott Tong Mar 29, 2018
Under the new policy, academic study authors will have to share their raw data, leaving it vulnerable to distortion, some worry.
“Data needs to be transparent and objective for the American people to consume,” says Scott Pruitt, Environmental Protection Agency administrator. Above, Pruitt answers questions at a White House briefing in June.
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