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Jennifer Stout , left, vice president of global public policy at Snapchat parent Snap Inc., and Michael Beckerman, vice president and head of public policy at TikTok, testify before a Senate panel on Tuesday. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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A protester unleashes a smoke grenade in front of the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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How the 'Stop the Steal' movement outwitted Facebook ahead of the Jan. 6 insurrection

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Tech workers recount the cost of speaking out, as tensions rise inside companies

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Former Facebook data scientist Frances Haugen speaks during a hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety and Data Security on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen testified before a Senate subcommittee after leaking internal research showing the company knew about Instagram's negative impact on some teens. She says that Facebook consistently chooses profit over safety. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook whistleblower says the social media giant is putting profit over user safety

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Elizabeth Holmes leaves the federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., on Sept. 8. Nic Coury/AP hide caption

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The Elizabeth Holmes Trial Sparks A Silicon Valley Debate: Why Not Other Tech CEOs?

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The Elizabeth Holmes Trial Is Sparking A Gender Debate In Silicon Valley

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Bill Evans (center), the father of Billy Evans, Elizabeth Holmes' partner, accompanies Holmes into a federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., for the start of her federal fraud trial. Nick Otto/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Concerned Citizen' At Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' Trial Turns Out To Be Family

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A federal judge on Friday ordered Apple to loosen some of the rules on its App Store for how payments are processed. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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What The Ruling In The Epic Games V. Apple Lawsuit Means For iPhone Users

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Elizabeth Holmes (center) walks into the federal courthouse for her trial in San Jose, Calif., on Wednesday. Nic Coury/AP hide caption

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Prosecutors Call Theranos Ex-CEO Elizabeth Holmes A Liar And A Cheat As Trial Opens

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