Vice president candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) has gone easy on Facebook and tech giants for years, and in her 2020 presidential bid she was rewarded with many maxed-out contributions from Silicon Valley executives.
Several Facebook lobbyists have worked for top Democrats like Pelosi and Schumer, while none have worked for members of the Republican leadership.
The super PAC has made independent political expenditures to support Sinema's elections, and Sinema has directed donations to it through a PAC she used to chair.
The campaign is run by Acronym, a dark money group, but here are some clues as to who’s funding it.
Four Democratic members of the House Financial Services Committee are personally invested in Facebook as CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify before them on Wednesday.
The tech giant appears to only be enforcing part of its hate speech ad policy when it comes to anti-immigrant hate group FAIR.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform, the nation’s most powerful anti-immigrant hate group, appears to violate the company’s ad policies.
Crowley is one of several revolving-door influence peddlers who will host an upcoming fundraiser for Kennedy.
As the corporate bill mill wanes in influence, large businesses are taking matters into their own hands.
Despite a company policy banning hate speech, the social media giant has taken in nearly $1.6 million from hate groups since mid-2018.