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Major social platforms have been cracking down on the spread of misinformation and conspiracy theories in the leadup to the presidential election, and expanded their efforts in the wake of the Jan 6 US Capitol riot. But Apple and Google, among others, have left open a major loophole for this material: Podcasts.
Online supporters of US President Donald Trump are scattering to smaller social media platforms, fleeing what they say is unfair treatment by Facebook, Twitter and other big tech firms looking to squelch misinformation and threats of violence.
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.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc's decision to suspend President Donald Trump's account will test a truce made last year between CEO Jack Dorsey and top shareholders of the social media company which allowed Dorsey to remain in the top job.
BENGALURU/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Infosys Ltd on Wednesday raised its annual revenue growth forecast, betting on a surge in client demand for digital services such as cloud computing and buoyed by large deal wins worth more than $7 billion in the quarter to December.
As the world adjusts to a Twitter without @realdonaldtrump, the next big question is: “Now what?”
LONDON (Reuters) - Social media firms are entitled to make their own decisions about content moderation but must be accountable, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Tuesday when asked about Donald Trump's suspension from Twitter.
(Reuters) - Shares of Twitter Inc slumped 7% on Monday, on course to knock off about $2.5 billion from the market value of the social media company after it permanently suspended the account of U.S. President Donald Trump.
As Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc banished users and groups supporting the violent mobs at the US Capitol last week – including President Donald Trump himself – downloads surged for a less restrictive social media app called Parler. But in an effort to prevent further riot organising, Google Inc and Apple Inc booted Parler from their app stores, and Amazon.com Inc shut off its web services.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc and Amazon.com Inc have suspended Parler from their respective App Store and web hosting service, saying the social networking service popular with many right-leaning social media users has not taken adequate measures to prevent the spread of posts inciting violence.