Facebook temporarily stopped an article titled “Jussie Smollett’s Hate Hoax” being distributed on its platform for violating its community standards.
Universal Music Publishing Group filed a false copyright claim against a meme video tweeted by President Trump which led to Twitter disabling playback of the video.
TechCrunch has retrieved supposedly deleted Twitter direct messages dating back as far as March 2016.
The popular conservative news site is now a “deprecated source” on Wikipedia which means citing it is generally prohibited.
Reddit users are right to be concerned about giving up such a high steak of Reddit to a Chinese government-tied company.
The infamous link tax and meme ban of the EU Copyright Directive have been finalized and are one step closer to becoming law. Here’s how to stop this internet destroying legislation from being passed.
This highlights a problem that smaller independent tech companies face – a reduced ability to cope with more serious cyber threats.
Snopes has severed ties with Facebook. The news comes people are just as distrusting with so-called fact checkers as they are with news sources.
Google’s one of the first companies to receive a GDPR fine – and they’re complaining that respecting the privacy of its users may harm their business.
YouTube superstar PewDiePie has made a strong statement on the importance of free speech and voiced his concerns over social media websites shutting down people who are voicing their opinions.