ISIS's Twitter traffic is down 45 percent in two years, officials say.
The lawsuit focuses on Snapchat's "Discover" feature, which allows groups to share content.
The ride-hailing company said it hasn't been able to reach a similar deal with Republicans.
The IRS is looking at Facebook's transfer of property to Ireland.
Social media was the least trusted place for news
The proposal would restrict how broadband internet providers could use consumer data.
The measure was part of an underlying government oversight package.
Regulators have tracked 99 instances where the hoverboards have overheated.
The company, like others in tech, has had to confront its struggles with diversity.
One bill adjusts crowdfunding rules and another is aimed at angel investors.
The majority found the facts were a clear violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
The European Union is cracking down on prepaid credit cards and bitcoin to “tackle terrorism...
Lawmakers including Sen. Elizabeth Warren are paying attention to the fight.
The program places tech-savvy employees within the government.
Facebook CEO says images "shine a light on the fear" many experience.
Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune has spent months pursuing information about a March leak.
A lawsuit claims Google is the subject of a federal investigation.
Blocking privatization of the Domain Name System would put internet freedom at greater risk.
House lawmakers are working to bring Gingrich in less than a week before the convention.
The proposal fell one vote short of advancing last month.
A more narrow exemption for government debt collection inflamed some Democrats.
The bills deal with crowdfunding and angel investing.
Users will be able to join a national organ donor registry through the application.
"Direct evidence" of a breach would be unlikely, James Comey says.