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Microsoft Corp has emerged as the most likely buyer of the US operations of TikTok, the popular Chinese short-video app that US President Donald Trump is preparing to effectively ban on national security grounds.
Since the World Health Organisation declared the novel coronavirus an international health emergency in January, Facebook Inc has removed more than seven million pieces of content with false claims about the virus that could pose an immediate health risk to people who believe them.
Facebook said on Aug 6 it had removed one of the largest public groups devoted to the QAnon web of conspiracy theories after repeated violations of the company's policies.
It would be better for Silicon Valley’s social media companies if they could hold on a little longer to their fraying image as innocuous providers of cat videos and inspirational quotes, rather than under-regulated behemoths with the power to sway electorates. By putting that issue so firmly on the agenda, the Trump administration hasn’t done them any favours.
US President Donald Trump may be lagging in the polls, but his nickname for his opponent is finding traction on social media sites. "Sleepy Joe” even garnered more posts than the Super Bowl and the musical "Hamilton” so far this year, according to new research from Clemson University.
Facebook and Twitter took aim at US President Donald Trump and his campaign Wednesday over a video post in which he contended that children are “almost immune” to the coronavirus, a claim they said amounted to “misinformation”.
In order to better communicate while wearing a mask, Japanese researchers have developed a connected mask that can translate speech into eight different languages.
Chad says it has cut back the speed of the Internet to crimp the spread of messages "inciting hate" on social media.
Twenty TikTok stars, whose combined followings top 100 million people, posted an open letter to Trump on Medium arguing against banning the app.
Two days before his first trip abroad since the coronavirus pandemic began, Jerry Dyer went live on YouTube to discuss his itinerary. Dyer is a middle-aged British entrepreneur who makes a living by filming videos of planes taking off and landing.