The search giant is accused of invading the privacy of millions of Americans.
Confusion runs rampant on Twitter and Facebook.
Today's major tech stories include civil rights leaders slamming Facebook's CEO, questions about Amazon's release of COVID-19 data and a new Facebook feature that lets you delete an embarrassing post.
Authorization temporarily expands scope of agency usually tasked with investigating federal drug crimes, according to a memo obtained by BuzzFeed News.
Unlike Twitter, Facebook didn't take any action against a post that employees say could incite violence.
The president took aim at social media companies after Twitter placed a label on some of his tweets.
Apple, Facebook, Verizon and others are promising millions of dollars to support civil rights groups.
Today's most important tech headlines include tech giants pledging funds to fight racial injustice, Facebook employees staging a protest and Sony delaying its PS5 game event.
Vivo says its base X50 is the thinnest 5G phone ever made.
Employees are participating in a virtual walkout because they think Facebook made the wrong call.
President Trump's attacks on social media highlight the differences between the leaders of Facebook and Twitter.
Sony's PlayStation division planned to unveil games coming this fall, but has delayed the event in the face of worldwide protests.