Following Uber's Supreme Court blow, regulators may turn their attention to automated management practices of the gig platforms.
Should security agencies be able to police public speech? And who gets to define disinformation?
Big Tech companies are fighting for the future of Africa's internet, but Chinese companies may already have the edge.
Countries around the world have appointed ambassadors to the tech sector, reflecting Big Tech's rise to the status of nation states.
New analysis of federal lobbying by the New Statesman Data Team shows which legislation Big Tech fought hardest to influence in 2020.
Facebook argues that Apple's new App Tracking Transparency feature will hurt small businesses but it stands to lose most.
Companies have been left to regulate their own algorithms up until now, but regulators could soon be cracking down.
Commitments by Western military powers to the ethical use of AI will come into conflict with the race for global AI supremacy.
The UK's competition watchdog has mapped out the various ways that algorithms can harm consumers and interfere with fair markets.
Tech London Advocates founder Russ Shaw tells Tech Monitor that UK businesses are completely unprepared for a failure to reach a deal over post-Brexit EU data adequacy.