Facebook is considering a ban of political advertisements in the days before the U.S. election this November, Bloomberg reports.
Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey has donated $3 million of his wealth to 16 mayors supporting a UBI program.
Twitter's new team, called Gryphon, is made up of a group of engineers that will work closely with the payments team to build the new product, according to a job posting.
Civil rights leaders met with Facebook executives Tuesday but said they left the meeting disappointed in Facebook's lack of commitments and will continue their advertising boycott.
Facebook and Twitter have announced they will pause all information and data requests from Hong Kong authorities over its controversial national security law imposed by the Chinese government.
U.S. tech companies will be forced into a high-wire act if authorities here ask them to delete user accounts or their content. Refusal could invite Beijing’s scrutiny and cooperation may spur customer rejection.
Twitter and JPMorgan are dropping “racial” coding terms, joining the ranks of Microsoft’s GitHub and Google.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg will meet with civil rights leaders Tuesday afternoon to discuss the "Stop Hate for Profit" boycott.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk mocked short sellers and the Securities and Exchange Commission in a series of tweets Thursday following a surge in the automaker's stock.
Advertising boycott officially started Wednesday
CVS joined hundreds of other companies Wednesday in a boycott of the social media giant.
These five social media companies made more than a billion dollars in 2019.
Livestreaming platform Twitch announced Monday that it is suspending President Trump's campaign account due to two violations of its "hateful conduct" policy.
Starbucks said "more must be done to create welcoming and inclusive online communities."
Twitter has apologized for accidentally labeling some tweets about the coronavirus pandemic and 5G as misleading content.
Facebook announced Friday that it will start flagging some political content amid an advertiser boycott.
The eccentric CEO has a net worth of $6 billion.
Unilever announced Friday that it is halting U.S. ads on Facebook and Twitter.
Henrico County Circuit Judge John Marshall on Wednesday ruled Twitter is not liable for allegedly slanderous tweets about Nunes that were posted anonymously.
Twitter escalated tensions with President Trump adding a warning to one of his tweets and saying he violated the platform’s rules by glorifying violence.