Instagram head: Here's why Facebook shouldn't be broken up

Facebook executives Adam Mosseri and Andrew Bosworth at Code Conference 2019
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Instagram head Adam Mosseri rejected the notion that Facebook should be split up, claiming that doing so would hurt the social networks' ability to fight election fraud and other big issues.

Why it matters: Some critics and regulators, including 2020 candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, have called for breaking up Big Tech companies.

Social media rushes to unnecessarily defend Beyoncé

In this image, Beyonce sits next to others on a courtside basketball game.
Jay-Z, Beyonce, Nicole Curran and Joseph S. Lacob attend Game 3 of the 2019 NBA Finals on June 5. Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

You’d think the Mark Stevens shoving Kyle Lowry incident would be enough courtside drama for one night, but there was a whole other incident at the NBA Finals game on Wednesday, involving both Beyoncé and the family of a different Warriors owner.

What happened: Nicole Curran, the wife of Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, was sitting next to Beyoncé and leaned over to talk to Jay-Z. Per ESPN, after Beyoncé appeared on TV to be slightly less than pleased with the encounter, people online started directing hate and even death threats Curran's way.