Western housing shortages do not just prevent many from ever affording their own home. They also drive inequality, climate change, low productivity growth, obesity, and even falling fertility rates.
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Bill would make iOS and Android more open to 3rd-party stores and sideloaded apps.
This seems like exactly what I've wanted for a while. Now we have to wait and see if it makes it into law, and how much of it survives. Then,if it passes, we'll have to wait through years of litigation as both of these behemoths try to implement this in the most consumer-unfriendly way possible to defend their respective monopolies.
Facebook petitions for Khan's recusal as FTC decides whether to continue lawsuit.
Slew of proposals still leaves the hardest cuts for future generations.
A group of bipartisan lawmakers hopes to pass antitrust legislation that takes aim at tech giants buying out competition and hoarding data
Executive order comes amid growing state, federal push to open repair process.
No word yet, but GOP likely wouldn't agree to deal if it favored public networks.
Judiciary Committee takes on Big Tech, but full House and Senate votes remain.
Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon would struggle to evade new regulations.
These bills seem very promising. Each bill seems designed to tackle one major issue and they're all scoped to only huge companies. I'll be watching them closely.
They said Google’s decision to block advertisers from seeing “Black Lives Matter” and other social justice YouTube videos was the last straw
It's the end of the Age of Reagan, but it's much more than that
It’s time for some new priorities. If you’ll remember, last year we shared Greenville City Council’s list of priorities for 2020 — if you missed that, check it out here. Now, City Council has announced their new priorities for the...