Gavin Newsom says consumers should get a piece of the billions tech companies make by monetizing the personal data they collect.
Wall Street puts the market on track to end a topsy-turvy, volatile week with a gain.
A new CEO is less concerned than Google’s founders about China’s censorship laws.
Tim Berners-Lee is fighting for a freer, more open internet.
The Dow loses 458.92 points after China raises import duties on a number of U.S. exports, bringing the two economic giants closer to a full-on trade conflict.
The Facebook CEO doesn't spell out what kind of rules he would support, beyond requiring clear disclosure about who is paying for online ads.
The market claws back more of its massive losses from the previous two weeks.
The company is still struggling to get people to sign up, despite the attention President Trump's no-holds-barred tweets have drawn to the service.
Municipal races are a beacon of hope for progressives; Obama’s $400,000 speech is evidence Democrats are out of touch.