A law professor at George Washington University recently laid out her arguments for why lying by the president should be an impeachable offense.
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Twitter has suspended an account sharing posts from former US president Donald Trump's new communications platform.
Apple has added extra paid-for advertisements to its App Store, a week after its new operating system limited tracking for ads from other companies.
Google has failed to stop "shyster" websites advertising on its search engine, despite promising to fix the problem, the BBC has found.
A US judge has refused to dismiss Amazon's allegations that political interference cost the company a $10bn (£7bn) Pentagon contract.
Facebook and Google failed to remove online scam adverts after fraud victims reported them, according to consumer watchdog Which?
Facebook's plans to roll out encryption across its messaging services could jeopardise ongoing work to combat child abuse, the UK Home Secretary has warned.
Although constitutional originalists have been included on the commission, it is heavily comprised of professors who have indicated a willingness to alter the court.
Facebook users whose data was compromised by a massive data leak are being urged to take legal action against the tech giant.
Scholars fear threat of lawsuits is deterring academics from exploring Polish complicity in genocide