Sep 23, 2022, 4:00 PM EDT
PayPal, Venmo have suspended the accounts of Gays Against Groomers, an organization that opposes the "indoctrination, sexualizing and medicalizing" children.
Giant tech companies like Alphabet's Google and Meta's Facebook may be facing further regulation if a bill brought forward by Sen. Amy Klobuchar is passed.
Google will be facing lawsuits with damages of more than $25.4 billion brought on by British and Dutch courts for its alleged unfair advertising practices.
As Google takes steps is says are aimed at helping political campaigns' emails avoid spam filters, Republicans say the company is still doing so, and isn't explaining why
Google Ads temporarily suspended the account of BRAVE Books, a conservative children's book publisher, after it released a book about the Trump-Russia collusion narrative.
Google's legal troubles with the federal government started with a Justice Department investigation and developed into a multi-state effort campaign over Google's ad practices.
Four high-ranking House lawmakers sent letters on Thursday to executives of Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and Facebook's parent company, Meta, asking the social media giants to archive potential evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine.
The search engine giant said that people could request that types of content, including personal contact information, be removed from search results.
YouTube has removed an account believed to belong to Frank James, the man law enforcement officials believe is responsible for the shooting that took place in Tuesday's Brooklyn subway shooting, Bloomberg reported.
Google plans to invest $9.5 billion and create at least 12,000 new jobs in the United States in 2022, FOX Business has learned.