Attempts by governmental bodies to improve or impede communications with or between the citizenry.
Government & Communications
Reuters’ new multimedia offering “The Trump Effect” aims to track the consequences of administration policies—with interactive graphics, a news archive, and opinion polls.
China has built a new wall, in cyberspace — the largest system of Internet censorship, control and surveillance in the world, nicknamed the Great Firewall of China. Thirty years on, it is extending those controls even further.
[Commentary] The new revelations of widespread use of personal e-mail for official business by Jared Kushner and five other White House advisers are no minor indiscretion.
President Donald Trump is not "fit to serve as president," American voters say 56 - 42 percent, and voters disapprove 57 - 36 percent of the job he is doing as president, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released Sept 27.
President Donald Trump charged that Facebook has “always” been opposed to him, suggesting it is part of a network of “collusion” along with national newspapers and cable news networks that have covered his White House critically.
The Department of Homeland Security has moved to collect social media information on all immigrants, including permanent residents and naturalized citizens.
The Federal Communications Commission issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that proposes to eliminate rules requiring certain broadcast and cable entities to keep paper copies of FCC rules.
News that at least six current or former senior members of the Trump administration have used private e-mail accounts as they conduct official business has prompted the White House to clarify its policy.
These are boom times for the anti-Trump industrial complex.