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Steven Overly

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Steven Overly

Silicon Valley braces for election misinformation after Trump’s false victory claim

Facebook, Twitter and Google made preparations for how to respond if a candidate prematurely declared a win.

Sullivan: Tariffs not a focus in next week’s China talks

U.S. officials plan to raise concerns about China’s behavior toward Hong Kong and Taiwan, which many see as anti-democratic, as well as human rights violations against Uighur Muslims.

U.S., Mexico settle first labor complaint under USMCA

The resolution announced Thursday marks a milestone for resolving labor disputes under the landmark U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

White House scrambles to address looming Christmas crisis - POLITICO

The congested supply chain is disrupting the holiday season and creating a political and economic headache that could undermine Biden’s economic recovery plans.

Raimondo: Commerce ‘war room’ seeing improvements on supply chain woes

The Commerce secretary said in an interview that the Biden administration sees trading partners in Asia as part of the solution.

Biden looks to chip away at supply chain snarls as midterms loom

The administration aims to address labor and competition issues to help solve long-term snarls in the supply chain.

“The most important case that the FTC has brought in its 109-year ....

Former FTC Chair Bill Kovacic sees the lawsuit against Amazon as a major test for reining in internet companies and for the legal thinking that propelled current Chair Lina Khan’s meteoric rise.

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Warner on AI regulation: 'We probably can't solve it all at once' -...

The Virginia Democrat has seen lawmakers repeatedly fail to pass new tech regulation despite rising concern about issues like privacy and misinformation. He says a different approach is needed for artificial intelligence.

The Government Can 'Get It Right' on AI - POLITICO

Americans want the federal government to step up, and it already has a head start.

IBM CEO: Washington should hold tech firms accountable for AI - POL...

IBM CEO Arvind Krishna argues that regulators should not allow artificial intelligence developers to hide behind the sweeping legal protections that shield internet and social media firms.

Hamas uses social media to incite fear, researchers find - POLITICO

The Palestinian militant group spread violent images and propaganda on platforms like Telegram and X in the wake of its brutal attack on Israel.