Google sued for ‘clandestine tracking’ of 4.4m UK iPhone users’ browsing data | Technology | The Guardian

Google is being sued in the high court for as much as £3.2bn for the alleged “clandestine tracking and collation” of personal information from 4.4 million iPhone users in the UK. The collective action is… Read More

The U.S. Considered Declaring Russia a State Sponsor of Terror, Then Dropped It

After an attack on a former spy, the State Department pondered placing that label on Putin’s government. Instead, the Trump administration continued a longtime U.S. policy of treating Russia as a partner in fighting terrorism… Read More

New Commissioner Says FTC Should Get Tough on Companies Like Facebook and Google

Citing lax treatment of corporate malefactors, Rohit Chopra calls for the FTC to impose more significant penalties when companies violate its orders. by Jesse Eisinger Declaring that “the credibility of law enforcement and regulatory agencies… Read More