The former vice president said the Trump administration's policy was part of its "all-out assault on human dignity."
The tech giant temporarily suspended Crimson Hexagon while it looks into whether the firm broke data-sharing policies.
Al Sharpton and Michael Cohen had a very public meeting that Sharpton says was a signal to President Trump that the former fixer is willing to talk.
Critics say the industry ignored the recommendations, and was able to without any real oversight.
"There was nothing you could do," said one witness, who described towering waves that overpowered the boat.