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Looking back, 2015 was filled with major moments in technology and media. Comcast failed to close its mega-merger with Time Warner Cable, after regulators effectively spiked the deal. A European court struck down an important data-sharing agreement with the United States. And Google underwent a major restructuring, setting itself up as a subsidiary of a new holding company called Alphabet.More →

On Tuesday, the US Senate voted on the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA), a bill to help protect our digital data. But the nation’s top tech companies, including Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and plenty more, are all against it, because so many of their users think the new bill will give the US government easy access to their personal data.More →