Today the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the EARN IT act, a bill that weakens Section 230 protections for social media companies in an attempt to fight online child abuse.
Joe Biden’s presidential campaign announced that Apple executive Cynthia Hogan will join their team as an adviser to search for a running mate.
Along with Apple News’ 2020 coverage of the election, Apple added functionality to Siri so she can answer your election questions.
Today the DNC announced the hosts of the next four presidential debates. Surprisingly, Apple News is a co-host.
Matthew Cassinelli was part of the team that created Workflow, which Apple acquired and turned into the Shortcuts app. He recently created a shortcut that lets you enter your zip code and automatically call your legislators.
Hello. You can use this tool to immediately call your senator/representative based on your ZIP code. Contact them now.
Today Bernie Sanders revealed a plan to expand broadband access across America called ‘High-Speed Internet for All’.
High-speed internet service must be treated as the new electricity — a public utility that everyone deserves as a basic human right. And getting online at home, at school, or at work shouldn’t involve long waits, frustrating phone calls, and complex contracts and fees meant to trap and trick consumers. It should just work.
It’s time to take this critical 21st century utility out of the hands of monopolies and conglomerates and bring it to the people while creating good-paying, union jobs at the same time.