A new review by the Tech Transparency Project (TTP) and the Anti-Defamation League examines whether major social media platforms are potentially generating profit by placing advertisements alongside search query results for hate groups and extremists.
CfA Requests NC State Board of Elections Issue Advisory Opinion on Speaker Tim Moore Campaign Payouts
Today, Campaign for Accountability asked the North Carolina State Board of Elections for an advisory opinion regarding Speaker Tim Moore's use of campaign funds to pay himself rent for purported use of office space that he owns.
Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter urging the Federal Election Commission to drop consideration of a rule change that would limit the commission’s investigative ability and block access to information about potential campaign finance violations.
A new TTP report outlines how Robert Bork Jr.—son of the late Republican Supreme Court nominee—has become an important weapon in Big Tech’s efforts to weaken President Biden’s tech regulators and derail bipartisan action on tech reform in Congress.
Research from the Tech Transparency Project and the Anti-Defamation League finds that algorithms driving recommendations, amplification and search engines contribute to proliferation of antisemitism and extremism.
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) submitted a comment to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) asking it to reject betting company KalshiEX, LLC’s proposal to allow events contracts based on the result of US elections.
Today, Campaign for Accountability requested the IRS and the Texas Attorney General’s office investigate whether key employees and directors of Texas-based nonprofit True the Vote, Inc. improperly diverted funds from the conspiratorial vote-monitoring group.
A new TTP study shows how YouTube’s recommendation algorithm pushed boys interested in video games to scenes of school shootings, instructions on how to use and modify weapons, and even a movie about notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
A new TTP report explores how Big Tech trade groups like NetChoice have been fighting to stop children’s online safety bills in multiple states—even as their member companies like Google, Amazon, and TikTok talk up their support for child safety.
After it was reported that Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton lives primarily in a home that he purchased in Nashville even though, for years, he has been collecting lodging per diem payments designated for legislators who live 50 miles or more from the state Capitol, Campaign for Accountability is asking Tennessee state officials to investigate.