China's latest retaliatory tariffs could pose trouble for Tesla
The tariffs could be as high as 50 percent on some cars.
Bugged cell location data prompts Denmark to review 10,000 court cases
The country will need to re-examine cases as far back as 2012.
Google's internal community guidelines discourage political discussions
New community guidelines remind Googlers that they are responsible for their words.
YouTube pulls hundreds of channels tied to Hong Kong influence campaign
Google said their behavior was 'consistent' with actions Facebook and Twitter linked to China.
Phone companies and state attorneys general join forces to fight robocalls
They’re not waiting around for Congress.
The EU may give citizens more control of their facial recognition data
New regulation could give citizens the right to know when their data is used.
Google and Mozilla to block web surveillance in Kazakhstan (updated)
Both companies are deploying technical solutions in their browsers.
Facebook’s Libra Association is being investigated by EU antitrust regulators
The European Commission is investigating the association’s governance and membership.
DOJ is working with states on antitrust investigations of tech companies
The regulatory pressure on tech is increasing.