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New York-based businesswoman Ruth Harrigan usually sells her honey and beeswax products in souvenir shops. But with Covid-19 pausing tourism, she’s been almost entirely dependent on Facebook ads to drive online sales.
YouTube said on Tuesday it had barred the right-wing outlet One America News Network from posting new videos for a week after it broke the site's rules against content that claims there is a guaranteed cure for COVID-19.
On Aug 25, Hannah Gittings watched in horror as her friend Anthony Huber was fatally shot during a demonstration in Kenosha, Wisconsin, to protest the police killing of a Black man at the hands of police.
When US President Donald Trump exits the Oval Office on Jan 20, don’t expect him to disappear from your Twitter feed.
Ever heard of Yubo? This social networking application lets users chat about all kinds of topics and hang out live via video. Largely used by Gen Zers, the platform is winning over more and more investors thanks to significant growth driven by lockdowns and stay-at-home mandates.
Facebook Inc for the first time on Nov 19 disclosed numbers on the prevalence of hate speech on its platform, saying that out of every 10,000 content views in the third quarter, 10 to 11 included hate speech.
More than 200 of Facebook Inc’s content moderators said their lives are being put at risk by the requirement to work in offices in global hot spots during the pandemic.
After Trump leaves office, Twitter and Facebook will take different approaches to handling his posts
Among the questions that came up at the US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing was how Facebook and Twitter will treat the posts of President Trump after he leaves the White House in January 2021, when president-elect Joe Biden takes office.
The chief executive officers of Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc fielded the latest round of complaints from US senators who remain divided on how to regulate the companies heading into 2021.
US conservatives backing President Donald Trump’s claims of election malfeasance have sparked a migration to alternative social media sites which have refrained from filtering unverified claims.