Google: Employees can protest YouTube, just not near its Pride float
Employees can still protest YouTube in their personal capacity.
Facebook's political ad transparency tools roll out worldwide
Whether or not it's truly ready isn't clear.
Senate finds US agencies left security holes untouched for a decade
Several of them were using outdated, unpatched software.
FTC crackdown targets operations responsible for one billion robocalls
Under 'Operation Call it Quits,' the FTC has opened 145 cases against illegal callers.
Senator presses FTC to require stricter child protections from YouTube
He wants tighter age restrictions and limits on new kid-oriented products.
FedEx sues US over mandate to monitor Huawei shipments
It says it can't monitor packages on the scale the government wants.
Mark Hamill and other stars will read the Mueller Report live at 9PM ET
Alyssa Milano is also among those taking part in the live-streamed performance.
Senate bill would make companies put a price on personal data
It would help you think about the true cost of 'free' services.
US may require companies make 5G equipment outside of China
It wouldn't be enough to use hardware from non-Chinese companies.