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.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report detailing how Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH) could profit from his own plan to reform Section 230 -- one that would keep protections intact for "new entrants" like Rumble, in which he's invested.
This week, Campaign for Accountability filed an IRS complaint against seven tax-exempt organizations linked to Leonard Leo that appear to have funneled large amounts of money to the lawyer via multiple payments to his for-profit businesses.
Yesterday, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes and Mohave County District Attorney Matthew Smith requesting an investigation into Arizona Senate Majority Leader Joseph Borrelli for potential perjury.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report outlining how Google has activated its Washington influence machine to build support for its legal arguments and rally public opinion ahead of a Supreme Court case that could radically curtail its business model.
Yesterday, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter asking House leadership to demand the House Committee on Ethics carry out its institutional obligations around document transparency.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report revealing that Facebook has generated over 100 pages for groups like Islamic State and Al Qaeda, despite its ban on U.S.-designated terrorist groups.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report showing how Google helped so-called crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) target ads at low-income women in two major U.S. cities.
“For years, journalists, researchers, and organizations like Tech Transparency Project have highlighted countless examples of harms facilitated by Google’s failure to moderate its primary revenue driver: ads. As a dominant power in online advertising, Google has little incentive to crack down on ads that scam users and spread harmful misinformation. We are hopeful that this Department of Justice lawsuit against Google will bring some much-needed competition to the online ad market—and lead to greater protections for consumers.” - Katie Paul, Director of the Tech Transparency Project.
CfA Files IRS Complaint Against Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) for Violating IRS Law Prohibiting Political Activity
Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to the IRS requesting an investigation into Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF)—a Texas-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit—for engaging in political campaign activity in violation of its tax-exempt status.