What becomes of Times Square when you take away hundreds of thousands of cheering, shivering New Year’s Eve revelers? It may no longer be the…
At Wednesday’s Senate hearing, the chief executives of Twitter, Facebook and Google will deliver a full-throated defense of speech on their platforms, according to their…View More Tech chiefs plan a vigorous defense of speech on their sites.
For decades, America’s antitrust laws — originally designed to curb the power of 19th-century corporate giants in railroads, oil and steel — have been hailed…View More Forget Antitrust Laws. To Limit Tech, Some Say a New Regulator Is Needed.
WASHINGTON — For all the divisions in Washington, one issue that had united Republicans and Democrats in recent years was their animus toward the power…View More Big Tech Was Their Enemy, Until Partisanship Fractured the Battle Plans
Leading universities and major technology companies agreed on Tuesday to back a new project intended to give academics and other scientists access to the computing…View More Universities and Tech Giants Back National Cloud Computing Project
This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it weekdays. The American technology industry was built on…View More Tech Goliaths Act Like Davids
The Justice Department recommendation is part of a sweeping review of big tech announced last July by Attorney General William P. Barr. As part of…View More Justice Dept. Urges Rolling Back Legal Shield for Tech Companies
SAN FRANCISCO — On his walking tours of the Tenderloin, a historically seamy neighborhood named for a cut of beef, Del Seymour passes Boeddeker Park,…View More Tech Is a Citadel. Del Seymour Built a Drawbridge.