Former Microsoft COO Bob Herbold on the privacy issues plaguing Facebook and Uber's efforts to address safety concerns.
Facebook has since discontinued the email password verification requirements.
NYU Stern Marketing Professor Scott Galloway on the outlook for Lyft and the potential regulation of big tech.
The CyberGuy Kurt Knutsson on reports of tensions within Facebook.
Rep. Jeff Van Drew, D-N.J., on Sen. Elizabeth Warren's new bill that would make it easier to criminally charge corporate executives over data breaches.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's calls for more regulation of the Internet.
Amid countless issues, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants the Internet to have more rules.
The companies will pitch each other’s services to banks, which are eager to make more loans to more customers
The report was requested by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Elijah Cummings, D-Md.
'Console Wars' author Blake Harris on Microsoft's plans to release no-disc gaming console, Facebook under fire because hundreds of millions of user passwords were stored as plain text visible to the social media company's employees and concerns over Facebook's handling of the live stream of the shootings in New Zealand.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano and FBN's Ashley Webster on reports the Social Security Administration may check Facebook and other social media posts in an effort to evaluate disability claims.
Swing Technologies co-founder Tommy Stadlen on the European Union's fine against Google, the potential for increased regulation of the tech sector and the Uber and Lyft IPOs.
Tech analyst Blake Harris on the mounting debate over live streams in the wake of the mass shooting in New Zealand.
'The Creepy Line' director Matthew Taylor on mounting concerns Google is reportedly working on a censored search engine in China.
Budgetary limitations have placed many departments years behind in technological investment, hampering their ability to record and share critical case-related intelligence.
SocialFlow CEO Jim Anderson on the New Zealand mass shooting reportedly live-streamed on Facebook before the social media site deleted the video and the potential regulation of big tech.
Elevation Partners Managing Director Roger McNamee on mounting concerns over tech companies’ use of consumer data, artificial intelligence and Apple’s new privacy ad.
Elevation Partners Managing Director Roger McNamee on the alleged New Zealand gunman reportedly live streaming the shooting, the departure of two top Facebook executives.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on the fallout from the college admissions scandal and reports there is a criminal investigation into Facebook.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen on the company's encryption and security technology and NATO's deal with for the company's encrypted voice technology.