Facebook has been fined 7 million euros by Italy for repeated data violations and for selling users data to third parties for commercial purpose.
As officials insist it must abide by the law, Twitter has filed a lawsuit against the Indian government, contesting a recent ruling requiring it to ban accounts and remove certain content.
It’s January 4th, 2023, which means Twitter Files stories have been coming out for over a month. Because these are weedsy tales, and may be hard to follow if you haven’t from the beginning, I’ve written up capsule summaries of each of the threads by all of the Twitter Files reporters, and added links to the threads and accounts of each. At the end, in response to some readers (especially foreign ones) who’ve found some of the alphabet-soup government agency names confusing, I’ve included a brief glossary of terms to help as well.
A rumor has spread shortly before the announcement of the company's new CEO, Linda Yaccarino, that they will turn Twitter into a dating site. Those who rejoiced at Elon Musk buying Twitter are now...
According to Kara Frederick, a former Facebook intel analyst and a research associate at the conservative Heritage Foundation, Big Tech corporations seem to be doing the government's bidding in creating a China like Social Credit System u  US, and Americans must notice this and act quickly.
Exhibiting the Instagram and Facebook logos, or advertising on those platforms, could be considered illegal under Russian law. Furthermore, Russia has added Meta to list of terrorist organizations.
Twitter has made changes to the violent speech policy and announced a new Zero Tolerance of violent speech policy.
Meta's Chief Product Officer, Chris Cox, revealed the launch of a Twitter clone with the code name "Project 92." The public name for this project could be "Threads." Today, Meta employees were shown...
In a remote Zoom call, Biden’s new disinformation board director, Nina Jankowicz said she wants the power to edit your tweets in the same way as Wikipedia.
The Irish Data Protection Commission has fined Meta €265 million for a data scraping leak that exposed the personal information of EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders, Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, and dozens of other EU officials.