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Union says Amazon continues to interfere with election at Alabama warehouse

A U.S. retail workers' union has accused Amazon.com Inc of unlawfully interfering with a union election at an Alabama warehouse where the company had already been found to have engaged in unlawful conduct to...

FBI to form digital currency unit, Justice Dept taps new crypto czar

The US Justice Department has tapped a seasoned computer crimes prosecutor to lead its new national cryptocurrency enforcement team and announced that the FBI is launching a unit for blockchain analysis and virtual asset...

White House to hold second Competition Council meet today

The White House is set to hold the second meeting of its Competition Council on Monday, federal agencies said over the weekend. Officials from two federal agencies told journalists at our partner news agency Reuters...

White House meets SME’s to discuss competition in tech sector

White House officials met with small and mid-sized companies to discuss competition issues in the tech sector, as momentum grows in the US Congress to rein in large technology companies. The meeting was attended by...

POTUS encouraged by rejection of Meta request to dismiss antitrust lawsuit

The White House has said it was encouraged by a US judge's decision not to dismiss the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. "Certainly we are encouraged by the district court's decision", White House...

Twitter convenes a team to prepare for Capitol riot anniversary

Ahead of the one-year anniversary of the storming of the US Capitol, Twitter convened a team to prepare the social networking site to address any harmful content associated with the event, the company told...

US consumer bureau orders fintech firm LendUp to halt new loans, pay penalty

The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) ordered LendUp Loans to pay a $100,000 penalty, stop issuing new loans and halt collecting on certain outstanding ones after repeated deceptive marketing and other fair-lending violations,...

US recommends approving Google, Meta undersea data cable to Asia

The Biden administration on Friday recommended Alphabet's Google and Facebook parent Meta get permission to use an undersea cable system to handle growing internet traffic with Asia. The administration urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)...

Biden administration reviewing app security recommendations

The Biden administration is holding talks among federal agencies about the security of Americans' data and whether the US government has adequate tools. In June, President Joe Biden withdrew a series of Trump-era executive orders...

Facebook’s struggle with Gateway Pundit highlights key challenge

For years, Facebook has imposed sanctions on controversial Conservative news outlet Gateway Pundit’s account to limit the spread of what its critics describe as misinformation. But Gateway Pundit still uses its Facebook page to amplify...

White House to unveil alliance to curb human rights abuse of tech

The White House will unveil a group of countries next week that have pledged to work together to curb exports of technology that can be used by bad actors and repressive governments to violate...

FCC nominee does not support US internet rate regulation

President Joe Biden's pick for a seat on the Federal Communications Commission told a US Senate Committee she does not back government regulation of broadband rates. Gigi Sohn, a former senior aide to Tom Wheeler...