Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted his frustration with US lawmakers’ questions on the social media platform during a hearing about misinformation on Thursday.
Former US President Donald Trump, who has been banned from Twitter and other major social media platforms, said he’s working on his own platform to reach his followers that could be announced soon.
Facebook and Google are spending billions trying to get more people online in Africa, but the Internet giants are facing a backlash from governments worried about technology being used to remove them from power.
YouTube will lift its suspension on former US President Donald Trump’s channel when it determines the risk of real-world violence has decreased, said the company’s CEO, Susan Wojcicki.
Payments firm Square’s deal to buy a majority stake in music streamer Tidal for $297-million could popularise blockchain or other new approaches to storing and buying online media.
Parler, the conservative social media platform, opened a new front in its legal battle with Amazon.com, accusing the tech giant of bad faith after being banished from its servers.
Google and Facebook make a lot of noise about how their main services are free to use. And it’s true, they are. But what they don’t highlight is their role in making almost everything else we consume online more expensive.
Twitter will launch new features and products faster to refresh its business after years of stagnation, the company said on Thursday, aiming to double its annual revenue in 2023.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said social media silencing such as Twitter’s lifetime ban on former US President Donald Trump risk leading to even more divisiveness.
Facebook’s dramatic move to block Australian news-sharing has escalated a broader battle against global regulation. That gambit looks likely to backfire.