Twitter on Thursday evening took the rare step of appending a warning label to one of President Trump’s tweets after the company determined it violated its policies on manipulated media.
Category Archives: Social Media
Conviction in the Philippines Reveals Facebook’s Dangers
Mark Zuckerberg likes to say that Facebook does more good than harm in the world. But Facebook’s effect on the world is multifaceted and complicated, and the good can’t simply make us forget the bad.
Instagram ‘will overtake Twitter as a news source’
Photo-sharing app Instagram is set to overtake Twitter as a news source, research suggests.
Facebook Files Lawsuit Against India-based Proxy Service Over Deceptive Domains
Facebook has filed a lawsuit against the India-based proxy service Compsys Domain Solutions Private Ltd. over the registration of domain names that were designed to deceive people by impersonating the social media giant’s family of apps, like: facebook-verify-inc.com, instagramhjack.com and videocall-whatsapp.com.
Behind China’s Twitter Campaign, a Murky Supporting Chorus
Swarms of accounts are amplifying Beijing’s brash new messaging as the country tries to shape the global narrative about the coronavirus and much else.
Tech group files first lawsuit against Trump over executive order targeting social media
A Washington-based tech group supported by Facebook, Google and Twitter filed a lawsuit against President Trump on Tuesday, alleging that his executive order targeting social media giants threatens to “curtail and chill constitutionally protected speech” during the presidential election.
Now you can delete old Facebook posts without deleting Facebook
You might have Facebook posts involving times or people you’d rather forget.
Now More Than Ever, Facebook Is a ‘Mark Zuckerberg Production’
For years, he was an obsessive C.E.O. in some ways, distant in others. Then Facebook’s problems became too acute to leave to anyone else.
Journalists, politicians and judges to sit on Facebook’s free speech panel
Facebook has announced the members of its new oversight board, an international committee of judges, journalists and academics who will help steer the company’s policy on freedom of expression.