Bark Chief Parent Officer Titania Jordan on mounting concerns about the viral 'Momo challenge' that is putting children in danger.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses how Twitter has been criticized for allegedly being biased against conservatives and how shares have risen after Citron Research predicted that the social media giant's stock would rally.
Rodgers Capital CEO T.J. Rodgers discusses President Trump’s tax cuts and the use of censorship by social media companies.
Attorney Kurt Schlichter discusses how Rob Tibbetts is pleading to technology companies to help him find his missing daughter, Mollie Tibbetts.
“The Ron Paul Liberty Report” host Ron Paul on how social media sites are censoring libertarians.
Cosmetic surgeons are seeing a rise in young people looking to improve their appearance based on selfies.
Boston University Assistant Professor of Dermatology Dr. Neelam Vashi on teenagers reportedly seeking plastic surgery to replicate Snapchat filters.
The FCC voted 3-2 along partisan lines last December to repeal net neutrality rules.
Crowdskout CMO Shana Glenzer and social media expert Kristen Ruby on how Facebook denied a report that the media giant reached out to banks in order to access consumers’ financial data for new Messenger services.
Fox News contributors Jehmu Greene and Deroy Murdock discuss how Twitter is facing scrutiny for briefly locking political commentator Candace Owens out of her account, after she was accused of violating the social media platform’s rules.
Crowdskout CMO Shana Glenzer and Great America Alliance Co-Chair Eric Beach on allegations of Twitter's bias against conservatives.
Facebook wants to know your checking account balance to offer new services.
Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov and Republican strategist Matt Braynard debate censorship by big tech companies such as Apple and Twitter.
Celebrity influencers are making big bucks while changing advertising landscape.
Launchmetrics Influencer Marketing President Yuli Ziv on how social media is changing the face of advertising.
Social media giants and the U.S. government can work together to secure their platforms.
Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer, Former George H.W. Bush Undersecretary of Defense Jed Babbin and National Bar Association PAC Chairman Scott Bolden on how the Trump administration is looking to stop foreign countries from interfering in U.S. elections.
FBI Director Christopher Wray on social media companies role in reducing interference in U.S. elections.
American Majority CEO Ned Ryun on Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey addressing concerns of 'shadow banning' on the social networking platform.
The social media site said a hacker broke into a few of its systems and accessed some user data.