"Terrorism is one of the truly urgent issues of our time," the company said.
Streaming services would have to comply with a quota on the number of European works.
Observers say the case could have significant implications for future software development.
Beck said other conservatives made excessive demands in the meeting with Facebook.
Many people have not heard about the regulatory debate over ride-hailing companies.
The game-changing technology is full of both promises and potential perils.
"That's not an appropriate way for a presidential candidate to behave."
Workers are now more than a month into the strike.
Hatch said he has concerns about how the proposal would effect copyright protections.
The roughly $88 billion deal creates the second largest cable provider in the country.
A debate is simmering between Washington policymakers and the private sector.
The White House has backed a proposal to open up the market for TV set-top boxes.
The use of the slur at the WHCA dinner stirred controversy but little public outcry.
Pat Toomey took issue with Google's sketch of Yuri Kochiyama on its homepage.
Uber and Lyft have pushed back against formal unionization efforts.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will take up its version of reform next week.
The company filed an appeal of a regulator's order in France's highest administrative court.
One attendee described the discussion as "forceful but not contentious."
The move has drawn some criticism from privacy advocates.
The FCC's new database includes details on more than 489,000 consumer complaints.
Officials had hoped the transition would be finalized by the end of the year.
Less than half of Americans had heard about the bias allegations against Facebook.
Conservatives are concerned about what they see as a bias against them.
The Federal Communications Commission approved its privacy proposal in March.