Facebook Pauses Ads For Gun Accessories And Military Gear After Complaints From Lawmakers And Employees
“Out of an abundance of caution, we are temporarily banning ads promoting weapons accessories and protective equipment in the U.S. until at least January 22nd.”
Following An Insurrection, Lawmakers And State Attorneys General Are Asking Facebook To Halt Ads Of Military Gear
“Whether through negligence or with full knowledge, Facebook is placing profit ahead of our Nation’s democracy.”
Unlike Airbnb, Vrbo isn’t canceling or refunding DC stays.
“It's a failure of will, as opposed to a failure of the law.”
“It’s almost impossible to confidently assess the labor conditions in Xinjiang.”
People are literally buying houses they've seen on TikTok.
Earlier this week, Facebook employees warned that military product ads were being advertised against news about DC riots. The company did not act.
On secret communication channels and open message boards, white supremacists are rejoicing at what President Donald Trump unleashed — and planning their next moves.
And they are moving to Signal and Telegram as a result.
At least one person whom "Thad Williams" helped send to DC bragged about carrying a firearm to the nation's capital.
We want to hear how you've been using your phone lately.
“We are continuing our work to ensure hate group members are not part of the Airbnb community.”
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.
Trump supporters are planning and preparing for more inauguration-related rallies, but they will no longer be able to use GoFundMe to help them get there.
Amazon's suspension of Parler's account means that unless it can find another host, once the ban takes effect on Sunday Parler will go offline.
Parler had been given a 24-hour ultimatum to implement a moderation policy following reports that it was used to plan riots at the US Capitol.
UNLEASH THE CONTENT.
For years, Trump has used the social media site to spread hate and lies. Until today.
The social networking app favored by conservatives has been given 24 hours to institute a moderation policy.
The social platform is permanently suspending accounts “that are solely dedicated to sharing QAnon content.”
A group of channels connected to the Epoch Times is pumping out hoaxes and lies without identifying their connections to the right-wing newspaper.
Social media companies banned Trump, but not the groups he inspired.
At least one laptop believed to contain sensitive information was among the items stolen from Congress.
The assault on the Capitol, and on democracy, also felt like a meme-making social media performance.
Lin Wood used Twitter to promote yesterday's insurrection and to spread conspiracy theories about the presidential election.
“We are extending the block indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks,” wrote CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the announcement.
“What excuse did we use not to ban him this time?”
The president has earned a timeout, but hasn’t been banned — yet.
The collective delusion finally reached the level of violence it always threatened.
The mob that forced Congress to flee organized on both obscure and mainstream sites.