Government Regulation

Counseling therapy service BetterHelp, which is owned by Teladoc, was fined a relatively light $7.8 million for revealing confidential customer data to websites the company advertised with.
A recent analysis reveals that Americans' dissatisfied with the nation's gun laws is growing.
Google could be separated into parts to counter the Justice Department's coming antitrust action.
Meta Platforms agreed to pay $725 million to resolve the 2018 class-action lawsuit accusing the company of allowing Cambridge Analytica to access the personal data of 87 million Facebook subscribers...
Following six decades of sanctions against Cuba, the Biden admin renewed the trade embargo on the neighboring island in September. At the end of the year, this trickled down to the largest NFT...
In her guilty plea, Caroline Ellison, the CEO of Alameda Research, confirmed that her company willfully obfuscated billions of dollars in loans to FTX executives. The admission is the most recent...
This Friday, the Biden administration announced it would postpone the requirements for cryptocurrency brokers to start tracking and reporting their customer’s gains that were set to take effect on...
The SEC has charged Sam Bankman-Fried with fraud, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York has had him arrested by Bahamian police, and he may soon face extradition.
Asset management giant BlackRock has published its global outlook for 2023. It's not particularly sunny look at what we can expect in the coming year.
The head of Goldman Sachs's digital assets business says the bank is exploring more investments, perhaps including an acquisition, in the cryptosphere.
Activision-Blizzard stock sinks on a report of an FTC lawsuit related to its acquisition by Microsoft.
Belgian regulators have published a general overview of how crypto-assets may be affected by existing financial regulations.
Congressman Tom Emmer (R-MN) has chided SEC chair Gary Gensler for not bringing centralized crypto exchanges under regulatory contro.
U.S. railroads have not been able to reach a deal with the unions to keep trains running. This is not good news for consumers.
Was FTX a case of mismanagement or fraud? What could the longer-term impact be from its collapse?