Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report revealing the ongoing presence of human smuggling activity on Facebook that is contributing to the increase in crossings at the U.S. southern border—and potentially putting lives in danger.
Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with the IRS today calling on the agency to investigate possible tax code violations by the non-profit Renew American Prosperity (RAP) for insider dealing with an affiliated for-profit company, the public relations firm Tigercomm, LLC.
A recent Washington Post report by Elahe Izadi details how Virginia-based public relations firm Tigercomm started a fake investigative news site to drum up negative stories on behalf of its corporate clients. This site, called the Checks & Balances Project (CBP), has spent months investigating Virginia non-profits, businesses and political leaders, and not disclosing that it is likely a paid effort.
Watchdog Requests Investigation into Rep. Roger Williams for Abusing Position to Aid Long-Time Donor
Today, Campaign for Accountability called for the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate whether Rep. Roger Williams (R-TX) abused his position as a House Financial Services Committee member to influence the outcome of an ongoing bankruptcy case in favor of long-time donor Gary Martin.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report revealing that YouTube is failing to deliver on its October 2020 promise to ban all videos containing misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines.
New reporting from the Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler reveals that if House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) paid for a room in GOP pollster Frank Luntz’s luxury condo, the arrangement violated the condo building’s bylaws.
Today, Campaign for Accountability asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate whether Representative Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) violated House ethics rules by renting a room from Republican pollster Frank Luntz at below-market rates.
Today, Campaign for Accountability the Tech Transparency Project released a report showing that Facebook allows ads for alcoholic drinks, pharmaceuticals, extreme weight loss, and other potentially harmful content to be targeted at children as young as 13 in the United States.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report showing that smugglers are using Facebook to offer illegal passage across the southern U.S. border, despite the platform’s insistence that it doesn’t allow human exploitation.