Apple tried to explain why it removed Infowars' podcasts, but not its app, which features the same content.
The Infowars app has been downloaded an estimated 93,000 times in the last month and is currently ranked 37th in the App Store's News category, according to Apptopia.
Facebook has faced months of scrutiny for keeping the conspiracy outlet on the site.
The removals are one of the largest crackdowns on conspiratorial news content by technology companies to date.
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President Trump tweeted about the platform "SHADOW BANNING" conservatives. Twitter clarified that a bug was making it impossible to search for specific accounts and the company says it is fixing it.
Jones accused Mueller of participating in child rape and pantomimed shooting the special counsel. Facebook said the rant did not violate its community guidelines.
In a brutally honest note about his departure, Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos calls on his colleagues “to intentionally not collect data where possible” and listen to people when they say a feature is “creepy.”
Internal documents show Facebook’s own marketing strategy was influenced by what it learned from its valued customer, the Trump campaign.
Cohen — a consummate troll himself — is a perfect foil to the current political climate of grift and trolling.
Facebook says it knows the truth is messy; what it doesn't know is how to clean up all the fake news it is helping to spread.
"We understand this may be hard for some, but we believe accuracy and transparency make Twitter a more trusted service for public conversation," the company said Tuesday.
Platforms big and small have both the ability and responsibility to stop their sites from becoming a battleground in the information war.
Some say Musk’s paranoia and late-night Twitter rants reveal a billionaire cracking under pressure. But those who know him best say this is nothing new.
Merely linking to a story published by a mainstream media outlet is enough to get your Twitter account locked.
The company’s mixed message keynote reveals just how difficult a job it will be to mend our relationship to technology.
The commenting giant Disqus has said repeatedly that it doesn’t allow hate speech. But its platform is overrun with trolls, white nationalists, and neo-Nazis.
BuzzFeed News uncovered old posts on Reid's blog that promoted a 9/11 conspiracy video and featured an image of Sen. John McCain’s head photoshopped onto the body of the Virginia Tech shooter.
The MSNBC host’s controversial old blog posts continue to surface, as Reid and the network stick to hacking claims.
The MSNBC host, who has recently come under fire for claiming her blog was hacked, encouraged her readers to watch Loose Change.