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Leaders of the House Judiciary Committee requested documents from Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google parent company Alphabet, the committee announced Friday.

Fifty attorneys general are joining an investigation into Google over possible antitrust violations, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the initiative’s leader, announced Monday.

Mobile app downloads of Facebook and Instagram are down a combined 13% year over year, a Bank of America analysis found.

Disney will offer high definition streaming as part of its standard $6.99 plan for its new Disney+ channel, the company announced at its D23 expo.

Newly released documents appear to shed light on when Facebook first learned about potential violations by Cambridge Analytica, the firm that used Facebook data to profile and target voters in the 2016 U.S. election.

Facebook and Google’s long-held dominance in the digital ad market is showing some more cracks after a strong report from Pinterest Thursday.

Netflix blames its content slate, regional price increases and a “pull-forward effect” of its strong Q1 growth for its first quarterly loss of paid domestic subscribers since 2011.

Shares of Netflix were down 11% after the company released its earnings report for its second quarter of 2019 Wednesday. The results showed a rare loss in U.S. subscribers and a large miss on international subscriber adds.

Sen. Sherrod Brown came out swinging at Facebook on Tuesday to kick off the Senate Banking Committee hearing on the company’s new cryptocurrency project, Libra.

U.S. national security efforts will fall behind without innovation in financial services, the head of Facebook’s new cryptocurrency subsidiary said at a hearing about the company’s plans for a new digital currency.

A leading retail group sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission outlining its concerns over the dominance of major tech companies, such as Amazon.

Apple employees have felt Chief Design Officer Jony Ive’s absence long before he announced his upcoming departure from the company last week, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.

As Facebook explores how to establish more independent oversight for the company, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is proposing a type of court system where appeals can be elevated if people disagree on how controversial content is treated.

Twitter will start labeling tweets from influential government officials who break its rules, the company said in a blog post published Thursday.

Instagram is not eavesdropping on its customers’ conversations offline to target them with ads, according to its chief Adam Mosseri.