Lina Khan, a Biden nominee to head the FTC, brings a new antitrust framework for how to assess and address Amazon’s dominance.
The undisputed king of e-commerce and plenty of other verticals – Amazon – will soon have a new CEO. What does this mean for the business going forward?
The biggest names in tech are experiencing increased scrutiny, restrictions (or the threat of restrictions), and more apprehension about security than ever before.
In our final post to this wild year, we take a look back at the biggest tech stories in the year that was, while also peeking at what’s to come in 2021.
Consistent with political divides in the U.S., the two presidential candidates agree on very little. The subject of how to regulate Technology companies is no exception.
There is growing unease about the use of drones and other high-tech surveillance techniques to monitor peaceful protests.
The algorithms that govern Artificial Intelligence behavior have been accused of bias in high-profile cases involving major corporations. Lawmakers are responding with the Algorithmic Accountability Act which is the most serious attempt to address the issue.
The legal application of antitrust law to technology companies is being slowly defined in real-time by courtrooms and lawmakers.
The idea of law enforcement using new technology to reduce crime is intruiging. But how to best to do that—while protecting civil liberties—remains an ongoing debate.
With lawmakers poised to take regulatory action, the most impactful question for technology companies like Facebook and Google is whether the U.S. will borrow from Europe’s model or create an entire new set of regulations.