Congressional tech hearings are becoming more compelling with time, as tech companies run the risk of making not just economic enemies but political ones.
The dispute between Facebook and the Ad Observatory are just as emblematic of the trade-offs between privacy and social responsibility as Clearview AI.
Twitter went too far last week for reasons that go back to 2016 and the unfair blaming of tech for media’s mistakes.
Calling Facebook a monopoly in the antitrust sense doesn’t make any sense, because digital goods aren’t a zero-sum game. Facebook, though, is increasingly American in the way it operates.
Coinbase and Spotify are both grappling with political questions, which is something all companies should prepare for.
More Facebook leaks, which show both the upside and downside of Mark Zuckerberg’s control; then, Substack is gaining famous writers, but its success will rest with whoever is next.
The TikTok deal appears to be the worst of all possible outcomes.
The latest updates on TikTok, and why the ball is firmly in Trump’s court: he can claim victory, but the correct response is to ban the app.
An interview with Paul Mozur on technology in China, including WeChat, TikTok, Trump, TSMC, and Huawei.
China is stepping in to the TikTok saga, and their approach seems justified; Microsoft should drop out. Then, how is Apple manufacturing its products in the time of COVID?