Justice Department sues Facebook over H-1B hiring practices

The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against Facebook over its hiring practices for foreign workers. In court documents first reported by The Wall Street Journal,…

Read more

TikTok avoids another US ban thanks to influencers’ lawsuit

TikTok has, once again, been spared from a ban in the United States. A Pennsylvania judge temporarily blocked a ban that was set to take effect November…

Read more

White House issues ‘SPD-5’ cybersecurity policy for space

The Trump administration’s latest Space Policy Directive, SPD-5, details policies the government believes the country’s public and private space agencies should adopt to protect their systems from…

Read more

US government drops online class restrictions for international students

The Trump administration has backpedaled on a policy that would have forced international college students to leave the US if their fall courseload was entirely online. A…

Read more

Twitch restores Donald Trump’s account after a two-week suspension

Twitch has lifted its temporary ban on Donald Trump’s account. It suspended the president two weeks ago for “hateful conduct” related to controversial comments regarding Mexican migrants…

Read more

DoJ’s Section 230 proposal seeks more (and less) moderation online

The Justice Department has released its proposal to roll back legal protections provided to internet platforms under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Though largely aimed…

Read more