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Justice Department asks Congress to limit Section 230 protections for tech firms

The U.S. Justice Department today sent Congress draft legislation intended to limit the scope of Section 230, a legal shield that gives online platforms immunity against certain types of lawsuits. …

Justice Dept. to brief state officials on expected Google antitrust case

The Justice Department and Google each declined to comment. The Justice Department opened its investigation of Google last year, a probe that initially appeared focused on the company’s advertising business…

The Cybersecurity 202: The next Supreme Court justice could play a major role in cybersecurity and privacy decisions

Small differences in whether the next justice leans toward supporting individual privacy rights vs. broad law enforcement powers or tech companies vs. digital rights advocates could make a big difference. …

Black tech organizations grow amid calls for racial justice

Amazon applied science manager Dr. Nashlie Sephus has lived in New York City, Atlanta, Silicon Valley, and Seoul while pursuing her education and work in machine learning. She knows the…

Trump’s ban on WeChat won’t affect users, Justice Department says

US government says, “at present,” it doesn’t plan to prosecute WeChat users for downloading or using the app. Budrul Chukrut/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images The Trump administration’s looming ban on…

The Technology 202: Google returns to the hot seat on antitrust as Justice Department case looms

Google’s broad ad empire – which is also reportedly a key focus of the Justice Department’s ongoing probe – will be under the spotlight.  Google’s mergers and acquisitions chief, Donald…