We learned in 2020 that journalists are frontline and essential workers.
Cat’s Out of The Bag: Facebook Antitrust Lawsuit Critical To Preserving Democracy and Saving Journalism
Yesterday, the Federal Trade Commission and 48 state attorneys general filed twin antitrust lawsuits alleging that Facebook has abused its
Big Tech is undoubtedly in the sights of global regulators. Antitrust enforcement actions are underway and new digital regulations are
Local news is imperative to our communities. Reporters act as watchdogs for public officials, update on community events, risk their
Google has been “Driving Newspapers Out of Business;” DOJ Antitrust Lawsuit Will Help Save Journalism
In what is likely to be the opening salvo in the most significant antitrust case in decades, the Department of
Since 2004, 2,100 newspapers have folded across the country, a 25 percent decline.
There is no free press without the press— and it’s in decline across the country as plummeting ad revenues, newspaper
After its yearslong investigation into the online marketplace, the House Judiciary Committee released a groundbreaking staff report detailing the tech
WATCH: Bipartisan Message from Congress is Clear: Enforce Antitrust Law and Stop Google from Harming Journalism
“You’re using their data for your benefit, not for theirs or their readers, and you’re driving them out of business.”