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An Indian parliamentary panel gave Twitter Inc 10 days to file written answers to its questions after meeting on Monday with a senior company officer, part of India's scrutiny of social media content as it prepares for elections this year.
As the US presidential campaign heats up, Facebook Inc is going out of its way to show its neutrality – an increasingly urgent matter for the social network as evidence of its power continues to emerge.
State and local officials are receiving additional tools from the US federal government to help defend the nation’s election systems from cyberthreats ahead of the November vote.
Fake news campaigns orchestrated by pro-Russian actors are thriving ahead of the US elections, stoking concerns of a repeat of the large-scale interference that disrupted 2016’s ballot, says cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc.
Twitter said on Sept 10 that starting next week it will label or remove misleading claims that try to undermine public confidence in elections.
The world's major social media companies are not doing enough to help Canada combat potential foreign meddling in this October's elections and the government might have to regulate them, the cabinet minister in charge of ensuring a fair vote said on April 8.
Facebook said July 31 it shut down 32 fake pages and accounts involved in an apparent “coordinated” effort to stoke hot-button issues ahead of November midterm US elections, but could not identify the source although Russia is suspected of involvement.
Needing to redraw North Carolina’s legislative districts under a court order, US lawmakers last year employed a state lottery machine to select a new map at random.
On April 8, the Facebook VP of India published a blog post revealing how the company has been using AI to reduce the spread of misinformation over the past year and a half as Indians prepare for the General Election for the 17th Lok Sabha.
Presidential and legislative polls in Indonesia next month are not at risk of disruption from cyberattacks, the head of the election commission said on March 13, even though regular hacking attempts had been detected on the agency's website.