Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said that Facebook has attacked the sovereign nation of Australia and that his government will not be intimidated by Facebook’s threats. Meanwhile, other nations from around the world have join in sparking a global war against the threats from Big Tech.
Musk expects Twitter to give him data that will help him facilitate his evaluation of spam and fake accounts. The complications that have risen since however indicate that Elon Musk may not buy Twitter after all.
Facebook's facial identification technology has been the subject of judicial action in the past, the latest which comes from Texas, who are suing Meta over facial recognition software.
A US Army General has been suspended over making a mocking tweet to Jill Biden. Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky published the tweet on June 24, and subsequently deleted it.
The Attorney General of the NATO member state of Czechia, Igor Stríž stated in a press release that the country wants to send you to jail for 3 years if you support Russia on social media.
Musk appeared to hint in late May that his buyout offer would be jeopardized due to the quantity of bots on the platform. Now an official federal investigation has been launched into fake twitter bots.
Facebook has been fined 7 million euros by Italy for repeated data violations and for selling users data to third parties for commercial purpose.
Having bulldozed most real-life relationships already, Mark Zuckerberg is now moving to strip away what’s left of our expectations of privacy by dragging us kicking and screaming into an online padded cell called the Facebook ‘metaverse’.
Statistics obtained by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and recent court documents show that Amazon's chat app Wickr is the top destination for child sexual abuse and Wickr needs to do more in regards to identifying and taking steps to prevent child sexual abuse material being traded on their platform.
Parler CEO John Matze has gone into hiding with his family after receiving death threats, according to a new court filing.