Facebook has since discontinued the email password verification requirements.
Both tech unicorns will begin trading on Thursday.
The CyberGuy Kurt Knutsson on reports of tensions within Facebook.
Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips discusses whether the federal government should regulate big tech companies and why Congress shouldn’t pass a new gas tax.
“The Myth of Capitalism” author Denise Hearn explains why big tech companies need to be broken up.
Axios tech reporter David McCabe discusses whether Congress will decide to regulate social media companies and how lawmakers are trying to crack down on manipulative design features in major web platforms.
Social Engineer CEO Chris Hadnagy and Neuberger Berman senior research analyst Daniel Flax on how Congress is questioning social media companies about hate speech online.
“The History of the Future” author Blake Harris and The Daily Caller Foundation’s Chris Bedford on whether the government should regulate social media companies.
MarketWatch tech editor Jeremy Owens says Europe has taken the lead on regulating social media companies.
According a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Dorsey did not receive any additional compensation or benefits from Twitter that year.
Fox News Senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane discusses the war on terror, IRGC being labeled as terrorists, and regulating social media.
FBN’s Susan Li and MarketWatch tech editor Jeremy Owens on how the U.K. proposed new online regulations for social media companies.
The social image company expects shares to price between $15 and $17.
Americans are divided over their attachment to social media, with many finding it to be a threat to privacy and divisive.
Two of the titles – Snake Squad and Tiny Royal e – are multiplayer battle royale games, similar in functionality to smash-hit video game franchise “Fortnite.”
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's legal battle with the SEC.
ARK Invest analyst Tasha Keeney on the SEC case against Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the debate over Musk's behavior and use of Twitter and concerns over Tesla's logistics.
From search to social media, some declared candidates are pulling ahead of the pack.
Google said the entire deletion process of user pages, photos and videos would “take a few months.”
Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips on calls to break up big tech companies.