Google Appeals $1.7 Billion EU Antitrust Fine

Tech giant Google has appealed a $1.7 billion antitrust fine by the E.U, over the company’s “illegal” advertising practices, as the U.S. government begins considering its own antitrust action against the Masters of the Universe at the same time.

Google wants to embrace "European" style free speech

Tim Cook: Apple Isn’t a ‘Monopoly’

During a recent interview at Apple’s developer conference, CEO Tim Cook stated in an interview that a lack of digital privacy is bad for democracy and insisted that Apple is not a monopoly.

Apple CEO Tim Cook at WWDC

68% of Outside Facebook Investors Want Mark Zuckerberg Out as Chairman

According to votes from Facebook’s annual shareholder meeting last week, 68 percent of outside investors want to see an independent chairman appointed in place of Mark Zuckerberg. Due to Zuckerberg’s chokehold on voting shares of the company, the investors’ vote will have no bearing on his role at the top of the Silicon Valley giant.

Facebook's privacy move: major pivot or headfake?

FTC Takes Charge of Investigating Facebook, Amazon

The Masters of the Universe are in for a higher level of scrutiny than they are used to as the DOJ and the FTC prepare to investigate major Silicon Valley tech giants. The FTC has announced oversight of possible investigations of Facebook and Amazon.

Facebook was warned of alleged Russian meddling back in 2014

Kirk: Mueller Is Calling Barr a Liar

Mueller is saying in one breath that if they had not found a crime, they would have said they had not found a crime, while in the next he says, if they had found a crime, they would not have been able to say so.

FBI Director Robert Mueller III testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee during a oversight hearing on Capitol Hill December 14, 2011 in Washington, DC. Mueller testified on the topic of "Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation". (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)