The promise was part of a larger tech policy agenda released by the campaign.
At issue are the contracts Google signs with people using its advertising tools
The same hackers apparently broke into Mark Zuckerberg’s Twitter account.
One consultant said there are signs the Trump campaign "is getting its footing."
The Global Engagement Center has more than doubled staff since earlier this year.
Previously, the web giants relied on users flagging content for removal.
Periscope is having its moment in politics.
The U.S. government said it could help with vetting and contact information.
Obama talked about the industry during a interview with Bloomberg.
Several tech heavyweights officially backed Clinton in Thursday.
House Republicans adjourned early after a Democratic protest on the floor.
The company was accused of anti-conservative bias last month.
The SCOTUSblog account was restored after a few hours.
The case involved ad targeting on the Nickelodeon website.
Roughly 50,000 are expected in both Cleveland and Philadelphia.
The bill would make it easier to share data with police in an emergency.
Rank-and-file Democrats are calling for C-SPAN to be given more control.
The FCC sent letters to several companies on the issue last year.
Drivers claimed they should be classified as employees.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said millions have watched lawmakers' videos from the demonstration.
Sen. Claire McCaskill said she spent 26 minutes trying to undo a charge on her bill.
Cable and satellite execs got an earful on Capitol Hill on Thursday.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act needs updating to reflect today's internet realities.
The pledge includes a general goal on setting and publishing diversity stats.