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As the 2010s come to a close, lawmakers and regulators have their eyes fixed on the tech industry following a series of scandals that drew their privacy and competition policies into question.

Facebook will not allow anyone on its platform, including politicians, to post misleading information about the 2020 Census, the company announced Thursday.

Pinterest is launching a new feature ahead of the holiday season that will let users shop from a curated list of small businesses, the company announced Monday. The company has been leaning into shopping as it seeks profitability.

Xerox’s board of directors threatened to go to HP’s shareholders if the company does not reconsider its acquisition bid, Xerox said in a letter to HP directors Thursday.

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine brought charges against DoorDash Tuesday, accusing the company of pocketing tips meant for workers and misleading customers about where their money was going.

T-Mobile President and COO Mike Sievert will succeed John Legere as CEO on May 1, 2020, the company announced Monday.

Google parent company Alphabet will buy Fitbit, putting the tech giant head to head with Apple in the fitness tracking space.

Apple plans to ship 80 million or more new 5G iPhones, Nikkei Asian Review reports, citing a source familiar with the plans.

Facebook removed a series of accounts and pages originating in Russia for engaging in foreign interference, the company disclosed Wednesday.

Instagram chief Adam Mosseri said on Twitter Sunday he doesn’t want Breitbart to be part of Facebook’s new journalism tab, but defended the company’s choice to include it.

Uber is buying a majority ownership stake of Cornershop, an online grocery delivery business serving Latin America in the latest step to diversify its revenue stream.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify before the House Financial Services Committee on Oct. 23 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time, the committee announced Wednesday.

Presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., attacks Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for the company’s “influence” over U.S. elections in a series of tweets Monday.

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is in talks to testify on the company’s new cryptocurrency plans as soon as next month, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg went to dinner with about half a dozen senators in Washington, D.C. Wednesday to discuss regulations that lawmakers have been eager to enact on his industry.