The House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the Capitol has issued four subpoenas to social media companies, demanding documents “relating to the spread of misinformation, efforts to overturn the 2020 election, domestic violent extremism, and foreign influence in the 2020 election.”
New Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal was thrust into the spotlight on Monday when Jack Dorsey announced he would step down from the position in a surprise decision that puts a man who once declared the company is “not to be bound by the First Amendment” in of the social media juggernaut.
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MarketWatch on Saturday said it had deleted a tweet that implied $5 for a gallon of gas, a $90 bottle of wine and $200 concert tickets were typical purchases for "average Americans" in the current economy.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined 10 other attorneys general in submitting an appeal in support of what Marshall describes as a Florida “free speech law under assault by Big Tech.”
Twitter is rolling out a new verification application process to the public Thursday, saying the company is seeking to give "more transparency, credibility and clarity" to the process of who gets verified on the platform.
Users on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok are highlighting instances of post removals and other forms of censorship after sharing content related to the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
Blue Origin announced Thursday that it would soon begin to sell tickets for a chance to ride on the reusable suborbital rocket New Shepard.
Judicial Watch, a government transparency watchdog group, announced Tuesday that it has obtained documents allegedly showing California officials colluding with social media giants to censor speech surrounding the 2020 elections – including some of its own posts.
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