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  1. Apple bans Alex Jones’ Infowars app for ‘objectionable content’

    Apple Inc said on Friday that it had banned from its App Store the Infowars app belonging to popular U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones…

  2. U.S. Senator Warner: Tech regulation is coming, ‘the era of the wild west in social media is coming to an end’

    To Sen. Mark Warner, it’s not a question of whether Congress will regulate the tech industry but when…

  3. U.S. Justice Department says probing social media companies for stifling ‘free exchange of ideas’

    The Justice Department said on Wednesday that it will meet with state attorneys general to discuss concerns…

  4. Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones and Infowars accounts

    Twitter has permanently banned the accounts of right-wing conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones and InfoWars…

  5. White House probes Google after President Trump accuses it of left-wing bias

    President Trump on Tuesday accused Google’s search engine of promoting negative news articles and hiding ‘fair media’ coverage of him…

  6. President Trump attacks ‘left-wing’ Google search results

    President Donald Trump has accused Google of rigging the search results for the phrase “Trump news”…

  7. WSJ tries really hard to gin up negative Apple news and fails laughably

    The licensing fees that Google-parent Alphabet Inc. pays to Apple Inc. to direct traffic to its search business…

  8. Rising costs to remain default search on Apple devices worries Google investors

    Investors are obsessed with this money, called traffic acquisition costs, and they’re particularly worried…

  9. Bernstein: Google to pay Apple $3 billion this year to remain the default search engine on iPhones and iPads

    Google is paying Apple billions of dollars to remain the default search engine on iPhones…

  10. Google asks court to sanction Oracle lawyer for disclosing its secret $1 billion deal with Apple

    In January, Oracle attorney Annette Hurst disclosed the fact that Google paid Apple $1 billion…

  11. Google paid Apple $1 billion in 2014 for default search on iPhone and iPad

    Google Inc. is paying Apple Inc. a hefty fee to keep its search bar on iOS…

  12. Apple’s default search engine: Is DuckDuckGo next in line?

    Apple’s core philsophy and DuckDuckGo’s are stunningly well aligned….

  13. Google has major headaches going into 2015 caused by Apple, Facebook

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch has downgraded Google…

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