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Ryan Lovelace

Ryan Lovelace

Ryan Lovelace is a political reporter for The Washington Times with a focus on covering the advocacy groups in Washington. He previously reported for American Lawyer Media and covered politics and the Supreme Court for the Washington Examiner. He can be reached at rlovelace@washingtontimes.com.

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Trump store taken offline by Shopify

The Trump Organization's TrumpStore.com has been taken offline by the e-commerce platform Shopify in response to the riots by angry Trump supporters at the U.S. Capitol. Published January 7, 2021

Screen capture from Parler.com, taken Nov. 10, 2020.  (Parler.com) ** FILE **

Parler withdraws support for legal liability protection

The social media platform Parler, a favorite among conservatives, has withdrawn its support for the legal liability protection granted to social media companies, separating itself from competitors such as Twitter and Facebook that say eliminating the protection would prompt them to crack down on their users' posts. Published January 6, 2021

President Donald Trump speaks during a rally protesting the electoral college certification of Joe Biden as President, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Facebook blocks Trump for 24 hours

Facebook on Wednesday evening said it has temporarily blocked President Trump from posting on their platform. Published January 6, 2021

This April 18, 2019, photo shows a sign for Zoom Video Communications ahead of the company's Nasdaq IPO in New York. In 2020, Zoom stock surged 425% according to a Motley Fool analysis, with other competitors rushing to keep up with the working-from-home boom. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) **FILE**

Five tech stories that changed life in 2020

Tech dominated 2020 -- from social media censorship to the SolarWinds hack of the federal government to reshaping everyday life for millions of Americans forced to school, work and socialize at home during the coronavirus. Published January 2, 2021

Hunter Biden, who is under a tax investigation in Delaware, received a list of cellphone numbers of 17 Cabinet members an 25 other top political players from Alexander S. Mackler in June 2015. (Associated Press/File)

Repairman source in Hunter Biden laptop stories sues Twitter for defamation

The source of social media-censored stories about Hunter Biden's laptop is suing Twitter for defamation. John Paul Mac Isaac, owner of a computer repair shop that obtained a laptop owned by President-elect Joseph R. Biden's son, has sued Twitter in federal court for defaming him as an alleged hacker. Published December 29, 2020

This Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2009, photo shows the United States Chamber of Commerce building in Washington. Elite cyber spies have spent months secretly exploiting SolarWinds software to peer into computer networks, putting many of the company's highest-profile customers in national governments, including the U.S. Treasury and Commerce departments, and Fortune 500 companies on high alert. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) **FILE**

Officials working to find out extent of SolarWinds hack

Government officials are working to find the extent of the SolarWinds hack of federal networks, but a previous cyber breach of a cryptocurrency company shows how far and wide the damage can spread. Published December 21, 2020