Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report showing how Google is serving misleading ads for so-called crisis pregnancy centers to users searching for information about how to get an abortion.
TTP’s review found that coyotes—or scammers posing as coyotes—take advantage of a host of free online tools offered by Facebook, WhatsApp and TikTok to reach migrants desperate to make the journey north.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released its latest report tracking the “boogaloo” movement of anti-government extremists, which is showing new signs of activity on Facebook.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report detailing Apple’s treatment of device management software maker Jamf, which raises questions about possible anti-competitive behavior.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report revealing that Facebook is still failing to remove white supremacist groups, auto-generating some Pages for hate groups itself, and often profiting from searches for them on its platform.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report examining a series of favorable laws and tax breaks given by various state governments to speculative crypto projects that did not produce the promised job creation and social benefit for taxpayers.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a study documenting how migrants seeking to travel to the United States feel they have no choice but to wade through the rampant and dangerous misinformation on social media platforms in order to escape violence or extreme poverty.
The Tech Transparency Project released a comprehensive new report detailing how bitcoin miners are adding new strains to the already fragile Texas energy grid and earning huge payouts from programs that allow big energy consumers to resell power at a mark-up.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report that shows how Google allows unwanted surveillance that can expose a user’s location, creating risks for abortion seekers, victims of domestic abuse or stalking, and others who want to protect their privacy.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report revealing that more than one in 10 ads served to Google users searching for information about student loan relief direct the user to websites that violate Google’s policies or have characteristics of a financial scam.