Mike Isaac

technology correspondent, New York Times

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Technology reporter for the New York Times

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“I really think Facebook, and particularly Mark Zuckerberg, recognize that you can't be on top forever, but they want to try as long as they can,” says Mike Isaac, technology…

Whether Congress will regulate Facebook, and what drove the social media giant’s recent blackout

“I really think Facebook, and particularly Mark Zuckerberg, recognize that you can't be on top forever, but they want to try as long as they can,” says Mike Isaac, technology…

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The divide over Trumpism is growing, even as the ex-president’s removal from mainstream social media looks increasingly permanent.

Facebook’s Oversight Board upholds temporary ban of Trump. The ex-president may be able to skirt it

The divide over Trumpism is growing, even as the ex-president’s removal from mainstream social media looks increasingly permanent.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Ian Conner, Director of the Bureau of Competition at the Federal Trade Commission, announced on Wednesday that Facebook is too big.

What’s in store for Facebook now that Republicans and Democrats want to break it up

Ian Conner, Director of the Bureau of Competition at the Federal Trade Commission, announced on Wednesday that Facebook is too big.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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