If Privacy Is Dead, Some Argue People Should Sell Their Own Data

If privacy is truly a thing of the past, then people should at least profit off their own personal information, says data rights advocate Brittany Kaiser. “The digital assets that you produce every day are your own human value.

YouTube, Netflix Videos Found to Be Slowed by Wireless Carriers

The largest US telecommunication companies are slowing internet traffic to and from popular apps like YouTube and Netflix, according to new research from Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Comcast Gets Notice That NBC Antitrust Scrutiny Will Persist

Antitrust restrictions placed on Comcast after its takeover of NBCUniversal are due to expire in a few days. But that doesn’t mean the Justice Department is done scrutinizing the company.

Apple and Google Face Growing Revolt Over App Store ‘Tax’

A backlash against the app stores of Apple and Google is gaining steam, with a growing number of companies saying the tech giants are collecting too high a tax for connecting consumers to developers’ wares.

White House Call on Sinclair-Tribune ‘Unusual,’ Not Improper, Chairman Pai Says

White House Counsel Don McGahn’s July 17 call to Federal Communication Commission Chairman Ajit Pai over the decision to send the $3.9 billion merger between Sinclair Broadcast Group and Tribune Media to an administrative law judge wasn’t improper

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.