Twitter Inc. said it agreed to pay more than $800 million to settle a consolidated class-action securities lawsuit alleging the social-media company deliberately misled investors about user engagement in 2015.
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.”
One of the Federal Election Commission members who rejected a claim that Twitter violated campaign finance laws by censoring The Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop said that the social media giant may have been biased in favor of then-candidate Joe Biden but did not break the law.
Rapper Nicki Minaj says she is in "Twitter jail" following controversial tweets, and vows to never use the platform again
Twitter says a controversial tweet from rapper Nicki Minaj does not violate its rules despite accusations that the post was misleading regarding COVID-19.
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Twitter has permanently suspended former New York Times journalist and author Alex Berenson, a critic of coronavirus lockdowns and mandates, from its platform.
Parler CEO George Farmer slammed social media on Wednesday for giving “free rein” to Middle East terrorist groups, saying on Wednesday that he has no qualms about banning the Taliban from his platform.
Tech companies like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn were working this week to secure the accounts of Afghans at risk of being targeted by the Taliban, which has taken over the country, according to reports.
In the 11 days since the Taliban brutally overtook Afghanistan, Twitter has resisted calls to ban the terrorist-sponsoring group from the social media site.
Employees at Google and other tech companies who opt to work from their homes permanently could reportedly see a pay cut depending on where they live.
Burger King has sparked a spirited chicken nugget debate on Twitter.
A Massachusetts couple who sued eBay, Inc. and several of the company's former officials in late July spoke out Tuesday morning, detailing the alleged targeted harassment campaign against them that they said was carried out by the e-commerce giant.
Uber Technologies Inc (UBER.N) is pushing back its back-to-office date to late October globally, and all employees in the United States will have to be fully vaccinated before returning to office, a spokesperson said on Thursday.
Twitter on Wednesday changed course and closed its recently opened San Francisco and New York offices due to growing concerns regarding the highly transmissible delta variant of the coronavirus.
Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Jim Jordan have drafted legislation that would remove Section 230 protections from Big Tech companies and require them to report any content moderation decisions.
Elon Musk tweeted Monday that population collapse could be the "greatest risk" to humanity's future.
GOP senators are demanding answers from President Joe Biden regarding his administration's coordination with social media companies to "flag" Americans' social media comments for "misinformation."
EXCLUSIVE: House Oversight Committee Republicans issued a strong rebuke Friday against President Biden's surgeon general for working with social media companies to pull coronavirus disinformation off their platforms.
Twitter Inc. on Thursday reported higher revenue growth than Wall Street had expected, as the social media platform rolled out ad targeting improvements and said changes by Apple to keep iPhone user data private had hit ad revenue less than anticipated.