The Biden administration is warning that information technology workers skilled in developing dating apps and mobile games may actually be North Koreans infiltrating the tech sector to benefit their country’s weapons and missile programs.
Texas urged the Supreme Court on Wednesday to allow enforcement of its social media law over the objection of tech industry trade groups.
Former President Donald Trump agreed to restrict his social media usage outside his Truth Social platform regardless of whether Twitter, Facebook or others lift their bans on him, according to a regulatory filing from Digital World Acquisition Corp.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Sunday that the Biden administration is not to blame for baby formula shortages experienced by American families nationwide.
Former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is warning people to prepare for an economic recession.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul reprimanded social media company executives on Sunday over how radicalization may spread online and lead to physical harm in the wake of a mass shooting in Buffalo.
Asked about criticism that Democrats did not foresee anti-abortion activists’ work, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi lashed out against the high court.
Billionaire Elon Musk said Twitter’s algorithm is manipulating people without their understanding and encouraged people to make changes to how they use the social media platform.
A former Commerce Department official warned lawmakers that the federal government is blind to who is bankrolling purchases of companies and critical technology in the U.S., making America vulnerable to foreign threats including from China.
Robot dogs are finding new homes in Washington’s security establishment, as a Philadelphia-based firm is building new military companions with the goal of keeping service members and other personnel away from danger.