He probably lacks the legal authority. And business interests in is state will fight hard against him.
There are legitimate ethical and liberty questions but they’re outweighed by the benefits.
The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a District Court ruling that President Trump cannot block Twitter users from accessing his account.
Yesterday, Microsoft became the third American company to reach $1 trillion in market value.
Those making under $66,000 aren’t supposed to have to pay. But good luck figuring out how to avoid it.
In news replete with irony, it’s being reported that Ivanka Trump used a private email account to communicate about government business.
One of the people most responsible for the personal computer revolution has passed away at the far-too-young age of 65.
Amazon has joined Apple to become the second American corporation to reach $1,000,000,000,000 in market valuation.
Another Federal Judge has dealt a legal blow to President Trump’s effort to shut down the DACA program.
Forty-two years after being founded in a California garage, and twenty years after nearly going broke, Apple Computer has become the first publicly traded company to top $1 trillion in value.
The 34-year-old Facebook tycoon is now worth more than 87-year-old Warren Buffet.
Federal law protects internet companies from liability for statements written by others.
Just when you think the President has hit rock bottom, it gets worse.
It takes a whole lot of work to net small gains for underrepresented groups.
The Trump Administration has suffered another setback in its efforts to repeal DACA.
Yet more absurdity from Brussels, where regulators seemingly don’t understand how the Internet works.
The Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether an American company can be required to turn over data stored on servers located overseas.
A German court has ruled that the EU’s “right to be forgotten” does not require search engines to verify sites are free from malicious content before listing them.
A series of scandals at Oxfam and other charitable organizations raise troubling questions.
Sean Spicer now says he regrets the lies that defined his time at the White House.
As expected, a group of Democratic states is suing the Trump Administration over the decision to end the DACA program.
In a short period of time, SpaceX has become a huge success, as has the commercial space launch industry.
There are growing signs that the Deep State is seeking to thwart legal orders from President Trump. This is dangerous.
Janet Reno, who served as Attorney General for nearly all of the Bill Clinton Administration, has died at 78.
An increasing number of Republican politicians are finding reasons to skip the Republican National Convention.
All of next season’s Thursday Night N.F.L. games will be streamed live for free via Twitter.
One of the pioneers of the technology revolution of the past four decades has passed away.
Reports of discrepancies in the counting of ballots in the Democratic Caucus in Iowa reveal yet again why the caucus process is outdated and ought to be abandoned.
Even taking the fact that he is the Republican frontrunner into account, Donald Trump is getting a disproportionate amount of attention from the political media.
Law enforcement remains unhappy about the recent changes that will make it harder to break into a locked smartphone.
The announcement of a potential merger between Burger King and Tim Horton’s has led to much moral preening from the usual suspects.
Wikipedia is refusing to recognize a photographer’s copyright claim because a monkey took the picture.
Judging by the early results, the so-called “Right To Be Forgotten” recently created by Europe’s highest court is creating more problems than it will solve.
My latest for The Hill, co-authored with Butch Bracknell: “Explaining the Sinclair demotion.”
There’s really no better word for it than blackmail.
Should the police be able to track you without a warrant? One Federal Appeals Court says no.
How the richest man in the world quickly changed the education curriculum in 45 states.