Facebook and Twitter CEOs back in congress, HBO Max hits Amazon devices
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The CEOs of Facebook and Twitter appeared before Congress again on Tuesday to answer questions about content moderation, whether social platforms should be regulated under communication laws known as Section 230, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey were grilled on whether their platform censored political posts in the lead up to the recent USA elections, or whether they needed to do more to stop the spread of misinformation.
Lawmakers have proposed changing or even repealing section 230:, but it's unclear what would come in its place.
The HBO Max app finally arrived on Amazon devices Tuesday.
The streaming service launched back in May, but is not been available to stream on the Amazon Fire TV, the Fire Stick, or Fire tablets until now.
Sorry Roku users, there's still no HBO Max app to stream on Roku devices, as the companies have yet to reach a deal to support the service.
And finally, Google Play is getting a revamp in addition to paying friends and merchants for service.
Will also offer Plex.
A bank account with no overdraft or monthly fees.
Google says artificial intelligence will help with budgeting and retreating financial information company also says user transaction data will not be shared with third parties or internally to Google's advertising operations.
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