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(Reuters) - When Facebook began testing its new "Neighborhoods" feature in Canada last October amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the tech giant described it as a dedicated place for people to connect with their local communities.
Walmart Inc is investigating messages that included a racist slur sent from its email servers.
In the weeks that followed, Wendy Spinner said she received multiple security alerts from Facebook saying someone was trying to change the information for the account, but efforts to get help went unanswered.
Rakuten Group is gaining ground on traditional banks, while banks are pushing back by launching their own digital services.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc's Instagram is rolling out a feature to prevent users from viewing possibly abusive messages by filtering offensive words, phrases and emojis on the photo-sharing app.
Japan's biggest online brokerage is zeroing its commission fees on trading of domestic stocks to lure young Japanese investors.
Reddit’s decentralised model offers flexibility, allowing different communities to set their own standards of acceptability, and puts decisions in the hands of people who understand the context and have a stake in the outcome. But it is not without downsides.
Twitter Inc has done something that was once thought unimaginable. It shut down one of its biggest attractions – Donald Trump’s account – and in doing so also cancelled a sitting US president.
Twitter Inc Chief Executive Jack Dorsey said on Sept 25 that the social media platform plans to expand its labeling of state-affiliated accounts worldwide, even as he defended its policy of allowing leaders of countries like Iran and China to use Twitter.
TikTok says a video of a man apparently taking his own life that circulated on its platform was spread deliberately by a group of users working together.