When law enforcement requests it, Google usually hands over location and search data collected through its smartphone apps. Will that now be used against people seeking abortions in some states?
The Google computer scientist who was placed on leave after claiming the company's artificial intelligence chatbot has come to life tells NPR how he formed his opinion.
Russians face a confusing patchwork of online restrictions as the Kremlin cracks down on the free flow of information on social media.
Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft are taking steps to curb Russian propaganda, but they don't want to be kicked out of the country and limit Russians' access to their platforms.
The suit was filed by software engineers who were fired two years ago, after organizing a labor movement against Google's work with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
The new policy follows up on the tech giant's August announcement that it would take a number of steps aiming to protect minors' privacy. It is intended for cases in which the subject is under 18.
More and more tech workers are publicly criticizing their companies. But those who have spoken out say it's taken a toll on their careers, friendships and mental health.
The tech giants' vaccine requirements could push other employers to follow suit.
Searches for 'dating apps for older people," "top dating apps 2021," and "virtual first date ideas" have also all seen a significant spike.
The former president filed suit against three of the nation's biggest tech giants, alleging they wrongfully kicked him off their platforms after a mob of his supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol.
The senators say products such as Google Search and YouTube may "perpetuate racist stereotypes" and the tech giant may not be a safe workplace for Black employees.
More than a year into telework, the tech giant has said about 60% of its employees will work remotely two days a week. Twenty percent will work from home permanently.
The leaders of Facebook, Twitter, and Google were not eager to admit fault when it comes to bad information on their platforms, but it's clear Congress is getting closer to regulation.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Google's Sundar Pichai and Jack Dorsey of Twitter will testify about the steps they have taken to deal with misinformation about the election, COVID-19 and vaccines.
Google says it will occupy most of an Atlanta office tower as part of a Georgia expansion.