The Trump administration is upping its attacks on the GDPR, citing what it calls overly restrictive rules. It also claims that GDPR has made WHOIS, a database of domain name owners, less effective in fighting cybercriminals.
Amazon Prime Video is rolling out "Watch Party" -- a new co-viewing feature for Prime members, TechCrunch reports.
Despite promoting itself as a champion of free speech, Twitter clone Parler is taking down content and shutting down accounts, Techdirt reports.
Netflix will devote 2% of its cash holdings to financial institutions and organizations to "directly support Black communities in the U.S," CNBC reports.
CNBC takes a closer look at Parler, a social media app that a growing number of conservatives are using in place of Twitter.
Following accusation of racial discrimination by former employees, Pinterest has hired a team of outside lawyers to investigate the company's workplace culture, Bloomberg reports.
With the help of more than a dozen sources, The Washington Post delves into Facebook's efforts to accommodate President Trump, going back to 2015.
Microsoft has decided to permanently close all of its retail locations, CNBC reports. "It will instead focus on its online store at Microsoft.com, where customers can go for support, sales, training and more," it writes.
YouTube is testing what TechCrunch considers to be a potential TikTok killer, which will let users record 15-second long multi-segment videos.
Google is adding support for group calling in Google Meet and Duo, The Verge reports.