Sen. Josh Hawley, D-Mo., slammed Facebook after the New York Times reported that a post-election change to the platform's news feed algorithm favored outlets including CNN, The New York Times and NPR.
Fox News correspondent Claudia Cowan joins 'Cavuto: Coast to Coast' with the latest on how the new 'pay relocation' policies can impact remote working tech employees.
State and federal lawmakers could file antitrust lawsuits against Facebook over its purchases of Instagram and WhatsApp, according to a new report.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., shares on Mayor de Blasio shutting down New York City schools, a coronavirus vaccine and Big Tech.
Over the past month, it has become clear that tech leaders are willing to silence people who don’t think as they do.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex., reiterated the danger big tech poses to American freedom and offered solutions to end the abuse of power.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., questions Facebook CEO on the platform's treatment of conservative users.
"Reprehensible. Mark Zuckerberg confirms that Facebook won’t ban people who call for murder—so long as they don’t do it too often!," Cohen tweeted. "Make no mistake—like Myanmar and Kenosha, more innocent people will be killed. And Facebook will be why."
Sen. Marsha Blackburn explained how social media executives are driving cancel culture through political censorship and suppression of free speech.
FOX Business' Susan Li and Axios Technology editor Kyle Daly discuss the Big Tech hearings on Facebook and Twitter's censorship.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., on Tuesday pressed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on a newly revealed whistleblower complaint alleging that Facebook employees coordinate with Twitter and Google employees to make certain content moderation decisions.
Senator Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., discusses the Big Tech hearings on social media censorship.
Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey answer questions during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Edward Lawrence with more.
Digital Trends editor-in-chief Jeremy Kaplan shares his thoughts on the Big Tech hearings and discusses President-elect Biden's stance on social media regulations.
Democratic Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Tuesday accused Facebook of "caving to conservatives" during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Big Tech censorship.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Tuesday returned to Congress to take questions regarding their content moderation policies before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn gives a sneak preview on how the Senate Judiciary Committee will press social media CEOs on the topic of censorship.
President-elect Joe Biden could amend Section 230 and reinstate net neutrality, experts day.
Investigative journalist John Solomon discusses potential election issues from financial influence to vote-counting problems.
Facebook and Google will both continue to block political advertisements on their platforms past the two-week moratorium both pre and post-Election Day that they originally announced.