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Republican Senator Josh Hawley is drafting legislation to weaken a liability shield that protects technology companies including Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google.
An online voting system approved in three US states is vulnerable to manipulation by hackers and may not protect ballot secrecy, according to an analysis by security researchers.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday said he would consider changes to the policy that led the company to leave up controversial posts by President Donald Trump during recent demonstrations protesting the death of an unarmed black man while in police custody, a partial concession to critics.
The 2020 US presidential race is becoming a digital-first campaign as the coronavirus pandemic cuts candidates off from traditional organising and in-person events.
President Donald Trump's executive order aiming to strip social-media companies' protection from legal liability for speech on their platforms is unconstitutional, according to a lawsuit filed June 2 by a nonprofit technology policy group.
US President Donald Trump's effort to regulate social media companies' content decisions may face an uphill battle from regulators who have previously said they cannot oversee the conduct of Internet firms.
It was a momentous week for social media. After years of trying to have it both ways, Twitter – one of the industry’s major platforms – moved to hold US President Donald Trump accountable for the content in his posts under the same rules it applies to the general public.
Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc have both sparked the ire of Donald Trump, but the social networks have taken nearly opposite approaches to politics and the president.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg distanced his company from Twitter and its fight with US President Donald Trump, as the White House readied an executive order about social media companies.
Twitter has taken the unprecedented step of adding fact-check warnings to two of President Donald Trump’s tweets that falsely called mail-in ballots “substantially fraudulent” and predicted a “Rigged Election”. On May 28, the president threatened to impose new regulation on social media companies or even to “close them down”.