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Tech CEOs defended their platforms’ practices as they girded for a fresh grilling on March 25 from US lawmakers angered over rampant disinformation about the US elections, the Capitol attack and Covid-19.
It’s becoming increasingly clear that for Facebook, there is no returning to its habits of the past.
PENANG Chinese Girls’ Private High School alumna Ewe Ke Qin, who is based in Taiwan, specially designed a cake featuring students and teachers involved in various activities for her former school’s 101st anniversary celebration.
What science makes possible, cultural impulses can overturn.
(Reuters) - Right after the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, dozens of U.S. companies announced they would halt political donations to the 147 Republican lawmakers who voted to overturn Donald Trump’s presidential election loss. Two months later, there is little sign that the corporate revolt has done any real damage to Republican fundraising.
CANBERRA (Reuters) - It was supposed to be a milestone week for Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison that began with the nation's first COVID-19 vaccinations and ended in the country becoming the first to force Silicon Valley giants to pay for news content.
Philippine lawmaker Sarah Elago faces a daily barrage of Facebook posts linking her to communist rebels trying to overthrow the government. She says the claims are false, but they could get her killed anyway.
MANILA (AFP): Philippine lawmaker Sarah Elago faces a daily barrage of Facebook posts linking her to communist rebels trying to overthrow the government. She says the claims are false, but they could get her killed anyway.
(In Feb. 19 story, corrects name of group in paragraph 11 to Center for Countering Digital Hate instead of Center for Countering Digital Health)