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The CEOs of technology giants Facebook, Google and Twitter are expected to testify for an Oct 28 Senate hearing on tech companies’ control over hate speech and misinformation on their platforms.
In August, a video posted on social media by a Florida woman named Tina Brown outlined what she claimed were potential hazards with mail-in election ballots in the United States.
US Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign accused Facebook Inc in a letter to Mark Zuckerberg of being "the nation’s foremost propagator of disinformation about the voting process.”
If you think that Snapchat is only useful for sending short-lived messages, think again. Politicians are increasingly using the app for electioneering. Those of you who believe that Snapchat is only useful for sending short-lived messages, think again. Politicians are increasingly using the app for electioneering.
For many local Chinese Americans and immigrants from China, the social media app WeChat is a lifeline to government services, community events, friends, and family living on the other side of the Pacific.
Two influential Democrats on Capitol Hill have urged Facebook to take stronger action against misinformation, voter suppression and incitements to violence ahead of the 2020 US election.
US authorities said on Sept 24 that hackers could slow – but not prevent – voting and vote-counting in the Nov 3 election, adding to the potential for a chaotic election day and its aftermath.
A Facebook Inc tool that US state election officials are using to find and report voting misinformation doesn’t effectively monitor most posts on the social media service, including those in private groups or from most individual users, according to a watchdog group’s report.
A group of leading cybersecurity experts told a court in the United States that absentee ballot applications can be safely transmitted using email, countering the secretary of state's assertions that the practice would open up voting in the presidential battleground to outside interference.
India’s government is using the coronavirus pandemic to push its plan to digitise the health records and data of its 1.3 billion people, despite concerns about privacy and increased surveillance, technology and human rights experts say.