why-big-tech-companies-can’t-stop-being-‘evil’

In 1998, in an academic paper titled “The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine,” Stanford University students Larry Page and Sergey Brin described how their project, which they had named Google, worked. Until Page and Brin published, their work had been shrouded in secrecy, much to the consternation of the Stanford faculty. However,…

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sen.-marsha-blackburn-on-impeachment,-privacy,-and-regulating-big-tech

Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee joins Emily Jashinsky on Sunday’s episode of “The Fray” on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125. Blackburn discusses her concerns with data privacy, her proposals for regulating sites like Facebook, and protecting our information online. “Who does own your information online? Is it you? Is it the service?” Blackburn said are some…

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zuckerberg,-bezos-and-cook-are-about-to-get-their-emails-raided-by-congress

Silicon Valley’s biggest tech firms have been ordered by Congress to hand over sensitive documents as part of a widening investigation into alleged monopolistic practices. | Image: REUTERS/File Photo Leaders of Silicon Valley’s powerful elite have been ordered by Congress to hand over reams of documents including emails and financial statements as part of a…

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stock-futures-slump-as-doj-beefs-up-its-big-tech-antitrust-probe

The stock market enjoyed a powerful rally Tuesday on renewed hopes of a trade deal between China and the United States. But that optimism gave way to a fresh round of selling after the stock market closed. That’s because, as the Wall Street Journal reported, the Justice Department is opening a broad antitrust inquiry into…

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