States Appeal Decision to Throw Out Their Facebook Antitrust Case

States Appeal Decision to Throw Out Their Facebook Antitrust Case

WASHINGTON – Nearly four dozen states on Friday asked the federal appeals court to reconsider a no-confidence lawsuit against Facebook that a judge dismissed last year. In June, Judge James E. of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Bosberg said the states had waited too long after some of the deals under…

States Appeal Decision to Throw Out Their Facebook Antitrust Case

States Appeal Decision to Throw Out Their Facebook Antitrust Case

WASHINGTON – Nearly four dozen states on Friday asked the federal appeals court to reconsider a no-confidence lawsuit against Facebook that a judge dismissed last year. In June, Judge James E. of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Bosberg said the states had waited too long after some of the deals under…

Google CEO Sundar Pichai Signed Off on Deal at Center of Antitrust Case, States Say

Google CEO Sundar Pichai Signed Off on Deal at Center of Antitrust Case, States Say

Google’s chief executive has approved an agreement with Facebook at the center of a no-confidence lawsuit filed by 16 states and Puerto Rico against search giants, according to part of a complaint released Friday. The lawsuit, filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, alleges that Google acquired a monopoly on the network of technologies used…

Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Twitter, Meta, Alphabet and Reddit

Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Twitter, Meta, Alphabet and Reddit

WASHINGTON – A House committee is investigating. The six attacks on Capitol on Thursday issued subpoints to four major social media companies – Alphabet, Meta, Reddit and Twitter – criticizing them for spreading extremism on their platforms and saying they had failed to provide adequate co-operation in the investigation. In a letter to Subpoina, a…

Nigeria Lifts Twitter Ban – The New York Times

Nigeria Lifts Twitter Ban – The New York Times

Dakar, Senegal – The Nigerian government on Thursday restored access to Twitter in the country after a seven-month suspension following a post by the Nigerian president on a social media site threatening to crack down on separatist groups. The government blocked access to the site in June, but reversed the course on Wednesday after Twitter…

Microsoft opens a review of its sexual harassment policies.

Microsoft opens a review of its sexual harassment policies.

Microsoft has chosen a law firm to review its sexual harassment and gender discrimination policies, the company’s board announced Thursday, when shareholders raised alarm over how Bill Gates, one of Microsoft and one of its founders, treated employees, especially women. Then. The board said it chose Arent Fox, based in Washington, D.C. Microsoft said the…