The New York Times' Kevin Roose suggests that Mark Zuckerberg and other tech CEOs were less than forthcoming during a their appearance on Capitol Hill, earlier this week.
In order to carry more music videos, Facebook has signed deals with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group, Bloomberg reports.
Still recovering from a major security breach earlier this month, Twitter has "significantly limited" access to its internal tools for the moment, while it is "improving our methods for detecting and preventing inappropriate access to our internal systems, The Verge reports.
New upgrades to Microsoft Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Threat Explorer will help users identify and block spam. Here is an analysis of the tool.
Nieman Lab speaks with Meredith Levien, The New York Times' new CEO and former ad boss about "the unification theory newly connecting digital reader engagement and the Times' newer ad business," and other topics.
Despite putting gup respectable second-quarter earnings, Spotify suffered from a 48% increase in operating costs during the period, Variety reports.
A number of ByteDance investors are seeking to take over TikTok, and valuing the app at about $50 billion, Reuters reports.
Gigi Sohn, a former senior adviser at the Federal Communications Commission, tells The New York Times that top tech companies could be facing their "Big Tobacco moment."
When he appears before Congress, this week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will present "what he sees as a compelling argument for lawmakers ready to grill him on antitrust issues: hindering American technological innovation only helps China," Bloomberg repo
Ahead of top tech CEOs appearance before Congress, Axios is noting that the combined market capitalization of their companies has approached $5 trillion.