Some social media platforms are potentially profiting from advertisement placements alongside searches for hate groups and extremists, according to a new review by the Anti-Defamation League and the Tech Transparency Project.
A group headed by the son of the Supreme Court nominee has become a key line of defense for Big Tech in Washington.
YouTube says it delivers ‘responsible’ video recommendations. But its algorithms steered accounts for young gamers toward content on guns, school shootings, and a serial killer.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt helped shape legislation to expand the U.S. semiconductor industry. Now, his network of investments is poised to benefit from the new stream of government funding.
New studies from the Anti-Defamation League and Tech Transparency Project show how some of the biggest tech platforms directly contribute to the proliferation of online antisemitism, hate, and extremism.
Google says a ‘broad cross-section’ of experts, academics, and organizations support its legal position. The company is paying many of them.
Vance has called for repeal of Section 230 legal protections, but only for big tech platforms. That would benefit his investment Rumble, a right-wing alternative to YouTube.