It’s 2:30 somewhere: The Tipline for 18 June 2020

Happy hour times have moved up for some while working from home. Executives at technology companies may find themselves suggesting an especially early time this week – say 2:30pm? – after the Department of Justice proposed changes to a 1996 law that protects online platforms from lawsuits. Also in today’s Tipline, chief executives at Facebook and Google say they are willing to testify before the House antitrust subcommittee and Solicitor General Noel Francisco resigns, citing a desire to return to private practice and spend more time with his family.


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