Bloated, confused, and filled with nonsense, Plandemic: Indoctornation goes where so many sequels have gone before.
Ankhi Das reportedly protected right-wing politicians from punishment for violating the social network’s rules — and is now facing death threats.
Donald Trump's opposition is nothing new. From the founding, the mail has knitted the country together.
The same old birther hoax is making rounds on Fox News and social media.
Fortnite's lawsuit accused Apple of "anti-competitive restraints and monopolistic practices.”
Facebook’s employees and fact-checking partners say they are left in the dark about how the company decides what content stays up and what comes down.
The way we talk on the internet is broken, but users are not the ones who broke it — tech companies did that, and they did it for profit.
“We will pursue all remedies available to us in order to ensure that the rule of law is not discarded.”
In his executive order, the president argued the app "automatically captures vast swaths of information from its users" that could be used against American interests.
“I certainly think that there are valid national security questions about having an app that has a lot of people’s data that follows the rules of another country, a government that is increasingly is kind of seen as a competitor.”
Facebook Fired An Employee Who Collected Evidence Of Right-Wing Pages Getting Preferential Treatment
Facebook employees collected evidence showing the company is giving right-wing pages preferential treatment when it comes to misinformation. And they’re worried about how the company will handle the president’s falsehoods in an election year.
The people are not trying to spread coronavirus misinformation — but to fight against it.
“A technical error caused a number of hashtags to not show related hashtags. We've disabled this feature while we investigate.”
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Reels is just like TikTok — but built right into the Instagram app.
A group of Democratic lawmakers is demanding answers about protester surveillance conducted by data broker Mobilewalla.
Trump has been threatening to ban the popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app, citing national security concerns that the company could be misusing American consumer information.
Prosecutors Said A 17-Year-Old And Two Others Hacked All Those Famous Twitter Accounts In A Bitcoin Scam
“These crimes were perpetrated using the names of famous people and celebrities, but they’re not the primary victims here," prosecutors said.
The revelation from Mark Zuckerberg's emails was a flashpoint during the congressional hearing on tech antitrust.
Donald Trump Jr.'s Twitter Was Temporarily Frozen After He Posted A Viral Coronavirus Misinformation Video
The president's son had posted a video pushing false claims about COVID-19, which had spread rapidly on Facebook.
“Facebook Is Hurting People At Scale”: Mark Zuckerberg’s Employees Reckon With The Social Network They’ve Built
As the US heads toward a crucial and contentious presidential election, the world's largest social network is facing an unprecedented cultural crisis.
Names, credit card data, addresses, and information on transactions as recent as yesterday are being sold online.
The right-wing media portrays a city under siege — but the city's real siege is from the federal government.
A British Skin Care Brand Pressured Asian Influencers To Promote Its Skin Whiteners. They Fought Back.
The former editor of Cosmopolitan Sri Lanka had a simple request: "Little girls shouldn't bleach themselves."
As demonstrations against police brutality continue, the norms of photojournalism are also being tested.
New research from Pew showed that lawmakers' social media use has nearly doubled since 2016.
Hackers took over some of Twitter's biggest accounts to solicit bitcoin on Wednesday.
Google Said It Would Invest $10 Billion In India. Nearly Half Of It Is Going To The Country's Richest Man.
Google is the second large Silicon Valley tech company to buy a stake in Jio Platforms after Facebook.
I grew up watching YouTubers like Shane Dawson and Jenna Marbles. Their recent controversies have soured my nostalgia.
Apps that harvest data, dark web marketplaces, and state surveillance are just some of the dangers LGBTQ people have to think about online.