Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin fired back at two senators who crafted a bill aimed at Saverin and others who they claim have given up their U.S. citizenship to avoid taxes, the Wall Street Journal reports. National Journal's coverage of the legislation can be found here.
E-Week examines the decisions that led to Facebook's historic initial public offering.
Twitter has come out in support of "do-not-track," which allows consumers to opt out of being tracked online, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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