Facebook will lift a ban on political advertising imposed after the US election to curb the spread of misinformation, and it has pledged to investigate whether its political ads systems need a further overhaul.
Advertisers would be ab…
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Facebook’s Oversight Board is getting its highest-profile case yet, as the company kicks its decision to boot former-President Donald Trump off its pla…
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On Wednesday, an automated alert about Twitch account bans included a somewhat surprising account name: “@DonaldTrump.” The surprise came because Twitch ha…
Enlarge / Anthony Levandowski exits federal court in San Jose, California, on August 27, 2019.
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On his final full day in office, Donald Trump pardoned Anthony Levandowski, the engineer at the center of W…
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YouTube, following in the path of very nearly every other social media platform, is suspending President Donald Trump’s channel due to concerns that he will use it to foment additional violence in the coming days…
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Twitter has permanently suspended President Donald Trump’s personal Twitter account due to repeated incitement of violence, the company announced Friday night.
“After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump…
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On Friday, Reddit joined this week’s response to violent online rhetoric as spearheaded by President Donald Trump and removed its “r/donaldtrump” community, the site’s largest existing c…
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In the wake of yesterday’s incidents at the US Capitol, Facebook is officially suspending President Donald Trump’s account through at least January 21, if not longer, company CEO Mark Zuckerberg said today.
Members of Congress fleeing a pro-Trump mob left their offices so quickly that at least one staffer left their computer on and logged into their official email, according to a screenshot posted by a conservative reporter. Elijah…
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The House of Representatives has voted to override Donald Trump’s veto of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) by a vote of 322 to 87 votes—easily exceeding the required two-thirds vote. The measure now goes …