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The Tech Oversight Project Issues Statement on Meta’s Decision to Profit from, Allow Election-Denier Ads on Platforms

Read the full story here.   WASHINGTON, DC – Today, The Tech Oversight Project issued the following statement after Meta publicly announced that they would allow election-denial ads back on its platforms – a stunning reversal from its decision made in the wake of January 6th. To learn more, read the story here. “Following Russia’s […]

11.15.23

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RESOURCE GUIDE: What to Know: New Facebook Whistleblower Testifies in Senate Judiciary Committee

Read the Wall Street Journal story here. Watch the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing here.   WASHINGTON, DC – In advance of today’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing featuring the new Facebook whistleblower, The Tech Oversight Project released the following resource guide for lawmakers, reporters, and allies tracking the event. Late last week, the Wall Street Journal […]

11.07.23

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The Tech Oversight Project Issues Statement Slamming Meta for Ignoring Whistleblower Evidence of Rampant Harassment of Minors

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, The Tech Oversight Project issued the following statement in the aftermath of a disturbing new whistleblower report showing that despite employee warnings Mark Zuckerberg and Meta’s executive team ignored egregious harm to minors. The warnings showed that children were being exposed to widespread advances of a sexual nature from adults, and […]

11.03.23

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The Tech Oversight Project Issues Statement Slamming Amazon Based on New Bombshells in FTC’s Antitrust Lawsuit

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the Tech Oversight Project issued the following statement on news that the FTC’s newly filed lawsuit against Amazon contained damning revelations against the tech industry giant that led to higher prices for customers. The new filing makes it clear that Amazon destroyed years’ worth of evidence, showed that Amazon forced sellers to […]

11.02.23

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ICYMI: Tim Wu: Why Congress Keeps Failing to Protect Kids Online

Featured below is an opinion piece from former White House Competition Advisor and Columbia Law Professor Tim Wu. In the op-ed, Wu offers a White House insider’s play-by-play and details about why Congress has failed to protect kids online, how the debate around the Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) became mired in overblown fear, and […]

10.31.23

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The Tech Oversight Project Calls on Judge Mehta to Not Let Google, Pichai Off the Hook for Intentionally-Deleted Communications

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, amid testimony from Google CEO Sundar Pichai, The Tech Oversight Project calls Judge Mehta to hold Google accountable for intentionally-deleted communications that cover up Google’s anticompetitive practices and malfeasance. Earlier this month in the Google Play trial, Judge Donatos announced that he will instruct jurors that they can make “adverse inferences” to […]

10.30.23

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The Tech Oversight Project Issues Statement on Bombshell U.S. v. Google Finding Regarding $26B Default Agreements

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, The Tech Oversight Project issued the following statement after a bombshell disclosure in the U.S. v. Google trial smashed initial estimates about the value of Google’s default search engine deals. Reporting from Bloomberg exposed that the true figure is $26.3 billion, significantly larger than first thought. “Today’s findings completely obliterate Google’s legal […]

10.27.23
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