The photo-sharing service said it's taking this step to help it "keep young people safer."
The House approved the bill by a 417-3 vote on Wednesday.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin said they're stepping down because "Alphabet and Google no longer need two CEOs and a President."
The Department of Homeland Security wants to use the technology to check all travelers arriving to and departing from the U.S.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned European countries to be careful about who they let in their 5G networks.
Platforms like Twitch and Tiltify, as well as organizations like Save The Children, are "gamifying" charity donations.
Google has been fined by EU regulators several times.
Twitter says for now, the policy will only affect EU accounts, in part due to "local privacy regulations."
Uber has 21 days to appeal the ruling, and the company is allowed to continue operating while the appeals process is ongoing.
Amazon filed its complaint with the Court of Federal Claims under seal to protect trade secrets.
Viewers don't necessarily want to subscribe to multiple streaming services for just a couple shows. Does that mean they'll resort to piracy?
The Federal Communications Commission is moving towards expunging Chinese telecom equipment from U.S. networks.
Twitter's decision to ban political ads comes as other platforms try to figure out how they should handle ads that spread misleading information.