Charter Ends Petition to Get Government Approval For Data Caps

Charter is ending its petition to get government approvals for imposing broadband data limits on customers.

Biden Taps Open Source Dev David Recordon As White House Director of Technology

The Biden transition team has selected David Recordon as the next White House Director of Technology.

Section 230’s Future Is Shaky…Even With a Biden/Harris Administration

The controversial Section 230, protecting social media companies, may be under threat even with the incoming Biden/Harris administration.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Will Resign in January

Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has announced he will step down on January 20.

Coronavirus: Senators Express Privacy Concerns Over Google Screening Site

It was bound to happen: Senators have expressed concern about Google’s role in developing a site to help screen potential coronavirus patients.

Kamala Harris Against Corporate Religious Claims

Attorney General Kamala Harris is in the middle of the battle between corporations and their religious freedoms, and the administration and its Affordable Care act. She previously filed a request for the Supreme Court to review whether for-profit businesses can…

Tagged.com Hit With $650,000 Fine

San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris has announced, social network Tagged, has agreed to pay a fine of $650,000 for sending millions of deceptive emails in a 2009 campaign to boost its membership.

Kamala-Harris-DA "Whether you’re doing business on Main Street or in cyber space, you can’t deceive the customer," said District Attorney Harris.