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CfA Requests Criminal Investigation into Tennessee Speaker Cameron Sexton’s Per Diem Requests

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.

Tech Transparency Project Statement on DOJ’s Google Antitrust Lawsuit

“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.

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