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Games with loot boxes should carry a gambling warning and video game companies should take more responsibility for players’ health, say lawmaker...
Parliament's DCMS Committee said publishers should play a larger role in making sure their players have a healthy relationship with their games.
Google will pay $170 million to settle allegations that YouTube illegally collected kids’ data without their parents consent
The settlement calls for YouTube to create a system for channels to flag their videos as "child-directed content."
YouTube is under investigation for violating children's privacy laws, and Google has reportedly agreed to a settlement.
Altria sinks on report that the FTC is investigating whether Juul’s marketing is deceptive and targets minors
The FTC began its investigation before Altria purchased a 35% stake in Juul, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Facebook understood how dangerous the Trump-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica could be much earlier than it previously said. Here’s everythin...
Ever since it was revealed in 2018, Facebook has been facing the repercussions of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony are taking a stand on ‘loot boxes’ by forcing new games to disclose their odds
The gaming industry has decided to self-regulate the sale of loot boxes by sharing the odds of receiving rare items in advance.
Mark Zuckerberg, who is under fire for Facebook’s dominance, is getting roasted for recommending a book about an inventor who drives his rivals ...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recommends "The Last Days Of Night," a book about Thomas Edison and his fight to protect his electricity monopoly.
US regulators are talking to founders of companies Facebook acquired as part of the government’s new antitrust probe
The Federal Trade Commission is trying to figure out if Facebook engaged in anticompetitive behavior.
Under its deal with the FTC, Facebook's CEO wasn't held accountable or even interviewed. And the company can keep on collecting user data.
After a major hack in 2017 exposed the data of over 147 million Americans, Equifax is on track to pay out hundreds of millions in a settlement.