Google, Amazon and Facebook are facing a digital tax of 3% that could rake in 5B euros a year.
The Street is divided on whether to buy Facebook on the dip, sell on regulatory risk, or wait out the uncertainty caused by a major crisis.
Nordea, one of the largest Nordic banks, is banning its sustainable investment unit from buying Facebook shares.
Twitter posted its highest-volume sell-off since July 2017 on Tuesday and could test breakout support in the mid to upper $20s.
Brian Acton left WhatsApp in late 2017, three years after Facebook acquired the messenger service he co-founded for $19 billion.
Fidelity Investments star fund manager Steve Wymer is still bullish on tech stocks.
Goldman sees the possibility of severe regulation as a potentially major roadblock to FB's growth story.
Facebook's data breach scandal is having a negative trickle-down effect on the stock prices of Twitter and Snap Inc.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sold about 5 million shares for philanthropy initiative before turmoil on data privacy concerns sent the stock plunging.
Bullish chart patterns of key gold-related ETFs suggest that now could be the ideal time to buy.