The world's largest democracy has become a source of hate and lies about the violence in the Middle East.
An elite crime squad searched Twitter’s New Delhi offices after the company labeled tweets from members of the ruling party “manipulated media.”
Twitter's Clubhouse competitor is opening up to more people.
As thousands of people die each day, the Modi government is cracking down on people criticizing it online.
The iOS 14.5 update will also let you unlock your iPhone with your face even if you are wearing a mask.
More than 50 tweets are now blocked in India.
I Thought My Job Was To Report On Technology In India. Instead, I Got A Front-Row Seat To The Decline Of My Democracy.
I love writing about tech. But covering how a Hindu nationalist government is using it to destroy a secular democracy isn’t what I signed up for.
Embraced by India's right-wing government, Koo has given a platform to anti-Muslim hostility.
Defying the Indian government could put Twitter officials in jail. But not doing so would mean enabling a crackdown against free speech.
The government has reportedly ordered the company to take down access to nearly 1,200 additional accounts.
Twitter Unblocked Accounts That Criticized India’s Government. Now, Its Employees Are Being Threatened With Jail Time Unless It Blocks Them Again.
The social media company is refusing an order to take down accounts the government wants gone.
The government order to block included a movie star, a political commentator, and a prominent magazine. Their accounts have all been restored.
Violent Protests Erupted In India. Then Calls For Police To Shoot The Protesters Went Viral On Twitter.
Twitter did not take “Shoot” off its trending topics for at least a couple of hours — after there was public outcry and after BuzzFeed News emailed asking for comment.
The Women for America First cross-country tour spent the weeks before its Jan. 6 event spreading election lies and, on occasion, calling for violence.
Google Has Threatened To Pull Search From Australia If It Is Forced To Pay News Publishers For Content
The move could have ripple effects around the world, including in the United States.
A judge had allowed Anthony Levandowski to serve out his 18-month prison sentence after the coronavirus pandemic.
And they are moving to Signal and Telegram as a result.
The move makes YouTube the latest in a string of technology companies that have limited the president online after his supporters stormed the Capitol last week.
Sushma Mane kept her family going, until she couldn't go any longer.