Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch shared a letter he sent to Senate Commerce Committee chairman John Thune (R-S.D.).
On Monday, Facebook announced that it would tweak its \u0022Trending Topics\u0022 module after numerous reports earlier this month made claims of political bias. In a letter responding to Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune, a Republican f
Facebook uncovered no evidence that it suppressed news about conservative issues in its "trending topics" feature, the social media firm wrote Monday in a letter to U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.). “Our data analysis indicated that conservative and liberal topics are...
Facebook is enacting a number of changes to its trending news module following a two-week internal investigation. The company’s announcement comes in response to a letter of inquiry from the US Senate Commerce Committee, issued one day...Show More Summary
A bombshell report released Monday by Democrats on the House Energy and Commerce Committee implicates top NFL officials in an attempt to influence a study on brain injury research conducted by the National Institutes of Health. Central...Show More Summary
A blistering new report from the House Energy and Commerce Committee accuses the National Football League of improperly attempting to influence the National Institutes of Health with regard to research on brain disease caused by football and other contact sports.
Democratic members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce just released the full 91-page report detailing the findings of their investigation into the NFL’s attempts to improperly influence the direction of the National Institute of Health’s concussion research . Show More Summary
Donald Trump has recruited Rep. Kevin Cramer of North Dakota as his new adviser. And like majority of republicans, Cramer, who serves on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, is also a climate change skeptic. Trump campaign detailed that Cramer will step into his role by preparing two papers on energy policy in the... Show More Summary
Congress will once again turn its attention to concussions Friday morning, when the House Energy & Commerce Committee holds a hearing on the effects of concussions in youth sports. But ahead of the hearing, a veteran of the U.S. hockey...Show More Summary
The fuss over a social-networking site possibly manipulating its list of trending topics reached a predictably silly extreme Tuesday when the chair of Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation sent a sternly worded letter demanding answers.
Facebook is under scrutiny after a report surfaced suggesting the social media site has routinely suppressed stories with a conservative political focus. Following the Gizmodo story published this week, The New York Times reports that Sen. John Thune, chairman of the...
Republicans seem ready to unfriend Facebook over allegations that the social media network has shown a bias against conservative news in its Trending Topics section. Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) sent a letter Tuesday to...Show More Summary
John Thune, a Republican senator from South Dakota, who is also chairman of the powerful Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee has asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, to respond to allegations that the social network suppressed conservative news.
Said Floyd Abrams, the big First Amendment lawyer, after John Thune, the chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, called on Facebook to respond to claims that it discriminates against conservatives as it determines which news articles...Show More Summary
The United States Senate Commerce Committee has issued […]
John Thune, Republican chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, wants a response to a report that Facebook suppressed conservative articles.
It's been a bad week for Facebook. On Monday, the site was accused of harboring a bias against conservative news in its Trending Topics module. The Senate's GOP-led commerce committee has since launched an inquiry demanding answers about...Show More Summary
Facebook says it has "rigorous guidelines in place for the review team" handling the Trending section, but the GOP-led Commerce Committee wants to know what those are and how long they've had them. [ more › ]
Oh, this is rich. The US Senate Commerce Committee—which has jurisdiction over media issues, consumer protection issues, and internet communication—has sent a letter to Mark Zuckerberg requesting answers to questions...
The U.S. Senate Committee of Commerce has written a letter to Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and asked him to appear in Washington, D.C. to brief the committee on allegations that the social network suppresses certain political content trending among its users. The letter,...