At issue was a search warrant from Denver police requiring Google to provide the IP addresses of anyone who had searched for the address of the home that was set on fire.
Congress should ease antitrust restrictions so that news organizations can bargain collectively for payment for their labor reporting the news.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says the phone functionality will be decommissioned on Thursday
Under the national agreement, Google is required to make its location-tracking practices more clear with users
These days it’s hard to find bipartisan support for almost anything — it seems even the color of the sky might be up for debate. That’s why it’s all the more impressive that Congress has reached broad bipartisan support for two antitrust reform bills targeting Big Tech. There’s just one small surprise: Among support from […]
As the seemingly never-ending coronavirus pandemic escalated this fall, cellphones in Colorado started buzzing more frequently with an alert: “You may have been exposed.” The state’s opt-in COVID-19 exposure notification system has been around for a year, but a system upgrade — combined with the latest wave of cases — recently made for a busy […]
State Rep. Mark Baisley’s Feb. 7 Colorado Sun op-ed, “It’s time to rein in Big Tech,” misses a fundamental fact — that large digital companies are extraordinarily important to small businesses. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Instagram, Amazon, YouTube and many other digital platforms offer free and low-cost small business tools that are critically important, particularly during […]
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is taking the lead in a 35-state, bipartisan lawsuit filed Thursday against tech giant Google that accuses the company of “anticompetitive conduct” and monopolistic behavior surrounding its search engine and advertising arm. The 115-page legal action, which was filed in federal court in Washington, D.C., specifically alleges that Google has […]
The year 2020 began with a global pandemic that crippled the economy, upended daily routines, and saw heightened political and cultural tensions. But all this has made clear that, second to the coronavirus, Colorado’s economic recovery is the top of mind for voters across the state. With the election behind us, we need political leaders […]
More than 500,000 Coloradans have already signed up for the state’s new tool to notify people if they have possibly been exposed to the coronavirus. The tool, called Exposure Notifications, runs in the background on smartphones to exchange non-personally identifying information with other phones it comes near that also are running the app. If a […]