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Facebook and Twitter revealed evidence on March 12 suggesting that Russian efforts to interfere in the US presidential election are getting more sophisticated and harder to detect.
The US needs a top-level cybersecurity coordinator and a better strategy of "deterrence" to protect against hackers and other cyber threats, a congressionally mandated commission said March 11.
A top Singapore official rebuffed Facebook Inc’s criticism of the country’s fake news law as an "allergic reaction” to getting regulated, arguing the spread of misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic reinforces the need to police the Internet.
Facebook and other tech companies need to be regulated like the tobacco industry, warned Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower who exposed the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
On the sidelines of a digital technologies conference in Moscow on March 5, a 40-year-old Russian online gaming legend launched his latest creation: the Direct Democracy party.
Four years after Russia-linked groups stoked divisions in the US presidential election on social media platforms, a new report shows that Moscow's campaign hasn't let up and has become harder to detect.
A collection of private companies, advocacy organisations and universities have stepped up efforts to fight disinformation and developed their own tools to track it, some of which are available to the public.
Social platforms are scrambling to cope with the onslaught of political messages involving celebrity endorsements, bots and manipulated videos as the US election campaign is shaken up by Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg's deep-pocketed efforts.
Facebook Inc halted its election-day reminder feature in Europe amid concerns raised by its lead privacy watchdog in the European Union.
Days ahead of the Iowa Caucuses vote, Rhiannon Payne was on the Bumble dating app – not to find a partner but to press her case for her candidate, Elizabeth Warren.