House Democrats have unveiled a revised version of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. During a press conference Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi touted the new proposal.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said people should be able to judge the character of politicians themselves, while defending the company’s policy regarding false political ads. In an interview released Monday, he said in a democracy people should be able to see for themselves what politicians are saying.
Tamara Mitchell, a volunteer for the Coalition on Homelessness, said its becoming impossible to live in San Francisco as the country’s housing crisis is only getting worse. Major cities in the Bay Area, including San Francisco, have the third largest population of people experiencing homelessness.
A recent decision by Google marks a rare consensus between both sides of the isle. This month the tech giant announced it will no longer allow advertisers to use voter information to target political ads. Google and Facebook currently use a system to target consumers through their political affiliation.
As Big Tech continues to boom, the lack of regulations on the industry is becoming a primary concern. On Monday, a handful of senators unveiled their multi-page outline on how Congress can rein in tech giants. The legislators listed three major Big Tech issues: privacy, competition and sanctions.
Lawmakers are cracking down on social media platforms who are connected to China in an effort to protect American data. Republican Sen. Josh Hawley introduced a bill Monday, which he says will cut the flow of sensitive data to China and other countries who threaten national security.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz sounds the alarm on the dangers of Big Tech. One America’s Jake Henry explains.