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Blocking a neo-Nazi site and its content has left some tech giants open to charges of censorship.
It's the latest in Trump's stark criticism of the online retailer and its CEO Jeff Bezos.
The tweeter-in-chief is back at it again.
It started with a dispute about police access to cellphone data without warrants.
Tech peers Airbnb and GoDaddy have upped the ante with user guidelines and safety policies.
The move came after Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier quit the council earlier on Monday.
Older readers are flummoxed, the young savvier, and platforms get more credit than they deserve from confused news consumers, new studies say.
Snap employees can sell their stock for the first time beginning Monday.
Merck's Kenneth Frazier left the council in protest to Trump's response to white supremacist violence in Virginia.
The site criticized Charlottesville rally victim Heather Heyer for her appearance and views.
What's the cost in dollars to defend our nation?
The music streaming service had set Friday as a deadline to receive additional funding or possibly go out of business.
President Trump's latest warning: the U.S. military is ready should North Korea act 'unwisely.'
Wechat, Weibo and Tencent were among the sites being investigated.
Snap will report its second quarterly results as a public company late Thursday.
A move over $14 post-earnings and SNAP will squeeze the shorts.
Walmart has filed patents for facial recognition technology.
Julian Assange, the co-founder of the news leaking platform WikiLeaks, has come to the defense of ousted Google software engineer James Damore.
Some big buys other than Snap make more sense for the internet giant, but they would all come with risks.
New CNN poll shows most Americans say they disapprove of Trump's handling of the presidency.
It's time to trade some stocks.
Investors can't get enough of tech stocks.
This firm is predicting the three stocks will surge higher over the next 12 months.
Employees and shareholders of Snap received their first opportunity to sell their shares on Monday, which could create a whole slew of high net worth individuals in Los Angeles.
Markets now have a much better grasp of Snap's business challenges. But shares still aren't all that cheap.
The handle Sam@SamTheManTP was actively tweeting during the trial.