The cure for bad information is good information. If people are sometimes persuaded by the false, that’s a risk attendant upon the proper practice of democracy. By Stephen L Carter.
A US senate hearing to reform an Internet law and hold tech companies accountable for how they moderate content quickly turned into a political scuffle.
US antitrust officials are nearing a final decision on bringing a lawsuit against Facebook that accuses the social media giant of using its dominance to harm competition.
Facebook on Thursday said its WhatsApp messaging app would start to offer in-app purchases and hosting services, as it moves to boost revenue from the app while knitting together e-commerce infrastructure across the company.
Bitcoin’s biggest rally in more than a week has pushed it to the brink of $12 000, a key level watched by chartists and technicians.
Japan will join forces with the US and Europe to take on any market abuses by the four Big Tech companies, the new head of its antitrust watchdog said on Monday.
Twitter is revising its “Hacked Materials Policy”, which lay at the heart of its enforcement action this week against a controversial New York Post article.
US President Donald Trump and his political allies reacted with fury after Facebook and Twitter on Wednesday restricted a New York Post article linking Joe Biden and his son Hunter to a Ukrainian energy company.