“Facebook's inaction in taking down Trump's post inciting violence makes me ashamed to work here.”
Neither platform is more free than the other — but they do have different rules.
Donald Trump said mail-in ballots are fraudulent. Twitter said that wasn't the case.
The social media platform is siding with scientists to stop the spread of harmful misinformation about the pandemic. If it can do it now, why wasn't it doing it all along?
“Somebody give me reasons to be in the SF meatspace vs. somewhere in the forest.”
Two months into working from home, Twitter makes it permanent for some.
Work-at-home desks, face shields, and home shopping — here is how these businesses are trying to survive.
Australia Wants Facebook And Google To Pay News Outlets For Their Content. Could Governments Around The World Follow?
As the coronavirus pandemic decimates the economics of the news industry, the Australian government is stepping in. It may not be the only one.
Life in Apple’s Information Systems & Technology division reminds some of a sweatshop. An exclusive excerpt from Always Day One, Alex Kantrowitz's new book on how the tech giants scramble to stay on top.
Neighbors are actually helping neighbors.
Airbnb Said It Would Give Full Refunds For Coronavirus Cancellations. Vrbo Told Renters To Take A Hike.
The home-sharing platform is siding with its hosts over renters — which consumers may not forget.
While debating if the pandemic pales compared to the flu or is worth a lockdown, hyperpartisan media agrees that the president is doing fine.
“Push comes to shove, we’ll watch wonderful movies in standard definition.”
Companies like Microsoft, Amazon, and Twitter are encouraging workers to stay home.
Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn — yes, LinkedIn — beat it to the punch.
The CEO of the Misk Initiatives Center, accused of passing personal information on anonymous Twitter users to a Saudi official, signed an agreement to place 16 trainees at UNESCO.
Here's a running list of all the other major cancellations.
Coronavirus Fears Are Causing Tech Giants To Cancel Conferences, Curb Travel, And Take Hits To Supply Chains
Uncertainty has hit Apple, Facebook, and Google as the outbreak spreads.
“Proactive and reactively we will delete evil my brother.”
Twitter Got A Big Tax Break To Stay In San Francisco. Now Jack Dorsey Says Its Future Is No Longer In The City.
As Twitter's home city nears a vote limiting new office space construction, the company may be forced to locate its workforce elsewhere.