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How the press learned to stop worrying and love censorship.
"We need to stop this generation of big tech companies from profiting off of lies to the American people," the candidate told PEN America.
But without specifying an actual cybersecurity risk, the policy comes off looking like a wasteful protectionist maneuver that will likely put human pilots back in riskier situations.
Don’t worry—America’s ruling factions still disagree over who should be in charge of the snooping.
Don’t be afraid of the robopups, but make sure we leash law enforcement to keep officers from misusing them.
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"I’m not willing to give up and let a handful of monopolistic companies dominate our democracy," said Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Deepfakes don't pose a novel threat, and they have many exciting applications that would be stymied by legal restrictions.
When online privacy faces off against portability
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The senator leading an anti-tech crusade in Congress is being willfully ignorant of all the ways technology has improved humanity in recent decades.
Many innovations' benefits aren't captured by the GDP.
One of the best ways to succeed long-term in capitalism is by treating customers well rather than ripping them off. That's something you won't hear Democrats or Republicans admit these days.
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Being a big company is not a crime. What problem are we trying to fix?
Government-mandated privacy regulations will allow the most powerful companies to game it to their advantage.
Censorship continues to be about empowering those in charge.
Nobody in the media should be supporting an elected official trying to control what speech online platforms allow.
The Massachusetts Democrat is running for president, but sometimes it seems like she's running for America's super-CEO.
Gun buyers, gay lovers, cannabis customers, and Yelp users are just a few of the groups that benefit from this federal law.
Attempts to control how artificial intelligence develops and is used could backfire.
The tech giant actually stands to gain by legally hamstringing competition with tough regulations.
Australians who want to protect their data from surveillance now need to turn to extra-legal means.
It's been dubbed "NYC's Anti-Airdrop Dick Pic Law," but the bill is much broader than that.
Killing Section 230 would only lead web platforms to ban even more speech.
As Facebook's supposed ideological allies unfriend the social media giant, the tech industry is learning that there are no permanent allegiances in politics.
Just because you cannot comply doesn't mean the law cannot exist.
The EU's GDPR should serve as a cautionary tale for Americans eager to reign in tech titans
By declining to take up the case Illinois Transportation Trade Association v. Chicago, the Supreme Court allows customers of Uber, Lyft, and similar e-hailing services to breathe easier.
Let's focus on overturning existing government policies that undermine security.
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The precedent-setting case could have major implications for all sorts of online publishers.
"Science, the pride of modernity, our one source of objective knowledge, is in deep trouble."