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.
In a move against Big Tech censorship of free speech, Poland is planning to make censoring of social media accounts illegal. “Algorithms or the owners of corporate giants should not decide which views are right and which are not,”...
There aren’t many companies that can say they’ve poured hundreds of millions into journalism in the last few years. Facebook has — $600 million over since 2018 — and it is promising another $1 billion in the next three years.
The Social Media Victims Law Centre, which is representing both families in court, has accused Instagram and its parent company Meta of causing depression in teenage girls in the lawsuits.
The CEO of search engine DuckDuckGo Gabriel Weinberg has said that they want to penalize sites which are associated with Russian disinformation.
India has warned that it may penalize the firm or even jail senior Twitter officials for seven years, if it does not remove inflammatory content.
A sinister and dark trend known as “trash streaming” has emerged where viewers pay to watch torture, humiliation and death live on YouTube. Video content creators broadcast their bizarre or dangerous videos live via smartphone or laptop.
Retweets are not endorsements, as many Twitter users frequently state in their bios. Can one be protected from criminal culpability by this disclaimer? Can retweeting, sharing or forwarding offensive posts attract criminal liability?
Court documents from a recent gun-trafficking case in New York has revealed a tool by the FBI which can read your encrypted private messages on the Signal messenger application.