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A new "Twitter Files" report reveals the CIA's secret plot to take over social media, exposing efforts by intelligence community members to control Twitter’s content management system and influence information sharing under the guise of national security.
The U.S. Army Protective Services Battalion at the Pentagon will track you down if you post mean tweets about generals on social media. WHEN THE CHAIR of the Joint Chiefs...
Meta whistleblower Frances Haugen has warned that if social media is not fixed, it could lead to the deaths of tens of millions of people. She cites examples such as Facebook's role in spreading religious hatred in...
TikTok's Chinese parent company, ByteDance, has launched a new social media site called Lemon8, amid federal and state efforts to ban or restrict TikTok in the country over national security concerns. In the days...
Technology and Science Secretary Michelle Donelan has announced plans to jail social media bosses who fail to censor "harmful" content.
Budweiser's new pro-America advertisement, which was released on Friday on social media, features a Clydesdale horse and has set social media ablaze amid the Mulvaney controversy.
A day after senior Biden administration officials said they were investigating a potential leak of classified Ukrainian war plans, a new batch of classified U.S. documents appeared on Twitter and other social media sites.
According to former employees, indicted Chinese exile Guo Wengui controls the Gettr social media site and uses it to promote cryptocurrencies and propaganda.
After a measure was enacted on Thursday, Utah has become the first US state to require social media firms to get parental consent for children to use their apps and verify that users are at least 18.
In a Facebook ad, a woman with a face identical to actor Emma Watson’s face smiles coyly and bends down in front of the camera, appearing to initiate a sexual act. But the woman isn’t Watson, the “Harry Potter” star. The ad was part of a massive campaign this week for a deepfake app, which allows users to swap any face into any video of their choosing.