The question-and-answers platform, which launched in 2005, is shutting down in May.
Facebook's decision to wipe the news feeds came in response to lawmakers coming closer to passing a landmark new law.
The lawsuit said Google illegally leveraged its power in advertising to squash competitors and overcharge for its services.
Erik Gordon thinks we won't see Facebook broken up and spun off into smaller separate companies.
Social media companies are now in the business of trying to swat down misinformation, as is clear from the 2020 election.
Legislation to tighten the oversight of internet content may be coming.
The House report calls for the biggest changes in decades in how the government regulates and prevents monopolies.
The wildly popular video-sharing app may be the beginning of a new era in Chinese tech.
In the tech world, Microsoft is seen as the serious company that does grown-up stuff, so why does it want the social media platform?