An expert on Section 230 talks with the ProPublica editor-in-chief about how we got here and how we should regulate our way out.
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Congressman Ro Khanna is now calling for an investigation into retail trading apps, including Robinhood and TD Ameritrade.
While the new videos offer some fresh perspective of the George Floyd demonstrations, there’s a lot missing from the official narrative.
SJPD Officer Jared Yuen’s apparently antagonistic behavior emerged in tens of thousands of posts on social media since Friday’s protest.
San Jose PD said the same person made similar threats about San Jose High School and other places throughout California.
Despite all the problems reported, the U.S. Postal Service continues to expand the pilot and hopes to roll it out to 230 sites.
It’s unclear whether a ban on convincing video forgeries, known as deepfakes, would pass constitutional muster.
Arturo Devesa’s dream of making it big in the tech industry ebbed into a nightmare of litigation between his company and investors.
The valley’s well-to-do tech bros hope to outlive most of us—and how they’re investing their time and money speaks volumes.
Just six months since an affordable housing fee went into effect in San Jose, city officials are already talking about watering it down.
Pokémon Go takes the South Bay and the world by storm, but raises concerns about privacy, safety and the social inequities of the real world.
I watched a piece on CNN the other day that really tied the room together, in terms of the battle over America’s energy future. Recently in this space, I’ve ranted about rentseekers—established industries backed by favorable regulations that stifle innovation and thrive by maintaining the status quo. This story rides a thru-line from social innovators, like Uber and Airbnb, to the heart of the solar energy revolution, and it exposes a dilemma at the core of our economy: The free market doesn’t really exist.