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Russian Trolls Amped Up Tweets for Pro-Trump Website's Content

Russia’s social-media trolling operation began stepping up its Twitter presence to new heights in late July 2017 -- more than eight months after sowing discord and disinformation in the 2016 presidential election.

Trump Privacy Pitch May Get Public Scrutiny on Road to Congress

The Trump administration likely will seek public comment on a new online privacy proposal it is hammering out with tech companies before sending it to Congress. The White House is working with technology giants on a legislative proposal through th

Facebook agrees to prevent discriminatory advertising

Facebook can no longer block minorities or other groups from seeing advertisements, according to an agreement with Washington state.

Net Neutrality Could Become a Merger Antitrust Issue. Someday.

Watch for network neutrality arguments in future antitrust analysis of mergers, competition lawyers said.

House Subcommittee Vets New FTC (update)

The House Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection, in the first oversight hearing for the new slate of Federal Trade Commission members, probed the commissioners on issues like data security, the Internet of Things, privacy, decep