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Most people in the United States know somebody – maybe a friend or acquaintance – who believes the narrative Trump pushed over the past five years.
US President Trump’s permanent ban from Twitter helped eliminate huge clouds of misinformation that were polluting social-media networks, according to new research.
YouTube is reviewing US President Donald Trump’s account the same as any other, meaning he will not be banned unless he violates the service’s policies three times in 90 days, said Sundar Pichai, chief executive of Google parent Alphabet Inc, on Jan 13.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Twitter Inc said on Friday that it has permanently suspended U.S. President Donald Trump's account due to the risk of further incitement of violence following the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google are facing mounting pressure from lawmakers, activists and civil rights groups to enact tougher policies and more forcefully purge misleading content and accounts – including the ones held by President Donald Trump – after a mob of pro-Trump protesters stormed the US Capitol.
After years of treating President Donald Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric with a light touch, Facebook and Instagram are silencing his social media accounts for the rest of his presidency. The move, which many called long overdue following Wednesday’s deadly insurrection at the US Capitol, is also a reminder of the enormous power that social-media platforms can wield when they choose.
In an unprecedented step, Facebook and Twitter suspended US President Donald Trump from posting to their platforms Wednesday following the storming of the US Capitol by his supporters.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc will again ban political ads in Georgia on Wednesday, after the conclusion of the state's runoff elections, it said in a blog post on Tuesday.
It’s been a year many are eager to put in the past – especially those who were involved in 2020’s biggest tech and digital flops.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Conspiracy theories about how voting machines were used to stop the re-election of Donald Trump have not just sapped Americans' faith in the democratic process - they also pose an existential threat to the market for electronic voting systems worldwide, an executive with a leading company said.