President Obama signed legislation to protect trade secrets.
"I don’t want the government putting their thumb on the scale on speech," Walden said.
Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. says FanDuel and DraftKings are essentially gambling operations.
The search giant will not allow ads for short-term loans on its platform.
"I've heard from many people that they're doing that," he said.
The Energy and Commerce Committee will hold a closed briefing next week.
The company plans to brief the House Energy and Commerce Committee, an aide said.
Facebook has denied omitting conservative topics from its "trending" feature.
Clinton wins by far the most individual contributions from Facebook employees.
The industry is preparing to face its congressional critics for the first time.
The company says rules "do not permit the suppression of political perspectives."
The company has long insisted its platform is neutral.
The FCC is moving to implement new privacy rules for internet providers.
Government "should not get involved in regulating Facebook," he said.
Democrats said they were disappointed that neither fantasy sports site agreed to testify.
They say it is not the government's job to get involved.
Allegations of political bias at Facebook exploded into national view on Tuesday.
The FCC released its order approving the massive deal.
“Make dating great again,” reads the slogan from Maple Match.
“Facebook must answer these serious allegations," Sen. John Thune said.
The site is facing charges that its trending topics omit matters popular with conservatives.
The retrial could have big ramifications for the future of software development.
The probe is looking at the conduct of smartphone makers and wireless carriers.
The rules would limit calls to three per month.