Facebook is starting a consultation that would see discussion around Zionism being policed by the platform.
By dropping the hammer on Trump and deplatforming a number of pro-Trump accounts to ostensibly defend democracy, is Big Tech the greater threat to free speech and democratic discourse?
To check the tech giants' power, Canberra is pursuing world-first laws that would require Google and Facebook to compensate Australian news organisations, or pay millions of dollars in fines.
Facebook says it will assign a legal entity in Turkey in a bid to comply with legislation enacted last year by the country.
When Trump incited his followers to storm the US Capitol, then continued to tweet ominous messages, the resulting risk to public safety created an “extraordinary and untenable circumstance” for the company, according to Jack Dorsey.
Canberra insists Google and Facebook should pay media organisations instead of blocking their content.
President Erdogan says social media companies are not complying with court rulings in Turkey against accounts found to support terrorism.
In a quick turn-around, WhatsApp claims that user concerns are based on misinformation while failing to address its past history of sharing data with Facebook
WhatsApp laid out fresh terms last week, asking users to agree to let owner Facebook collect aspects of user data, sparking outrage.
Designed by profit-oriented companies with little regard to what you need, social media reshaping what it means to be human. Can that be turned around to our benefit?
American tech companies are being accused of stifling freedom of speech after moving against far-right voices online.
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