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Audit Finds Facebook Made 'Devastating' Moderation Errors
Facebook CEO Meets With Civil Rights Groups Behind Advertising Boycott
The Trump Administration Considers Banning TikTok
TikTok To Leave Hong Kong In Response To National Security Law
How The Facebook Ad Boycott May Also Help Fight Misinformation
YouTube Bans Several High-Profile White Supremacist Channels
Pepsi, Ford And More Join List Of Brands Boycotting Social Media Ads
Detroit Man's Arrest Highlights Racial Bias In Facial Recognition Tech
Why Video Games Are Looking More Like Movies
Patagonia Joins Ad Boycott Against Facebook And Instagram
Facebook Announces $200 Million Investment In Black Businesses
Google Announces Efforts To Boost Number Of Black Executives
DOJ Proposes Rolling Back Legal Protection For Tech Companies
Iran Pushes False COVID-19, Protest Info In Effort To Lift Sanctions
Facebook To Allow Users To Turn Off Political Advertisements
Amazon Bans Police Use Of Its Facial Recognition Technology For A Year
IBM Will No Longer Make Or Offer Facial Recognition Software
COVID-19 Has Shifted Social Media Content Moderation From Humans To AI
Big Tech's Racial Injustice Action Misses How It's Fed Into The Issue
Facebook To Add Labels On Content From State-Run Media
Google Faces $5B Suit For Allegedly Tracking Private Internet Browsing
Twitter Flags Florida Congressman's Tweet For "Glorifying Violence"
'Blackout Tuesday' Is Reaching Millions, But Not In The Way Intended
Facebook Employees Hold Virtual 'Walkout' Over Handling Of Trump Posts
China, Russia Accused Of Using Protests To Sow Discord On Social Media
Twitter Flags President Trump's Tweet For Glorifying Violence
Asian Americans Are More Represented In The Media Than Ever Before
Trump Signs Order That Targets Legal Protections for Social Media
Trump Lashes Out After Twitter Applies Warning Label To His Tweets
Apple Reopening 100 Stores In The U.S.
Twitter Adds First Fact-Check Label To President Trump's Tweets
How 'Animal Crossing' Became A Quarantine Cultural Phenomenon
Run Out Of Stuff To Watch? HBO Max Is Launching This Week
China Launches New Social Media Offensive In COVID-19 Information War
U.N. Official Warns Cybercrime Up 600% During COVID-19 Pandemic
Concerns Raised About CDC Handling Of Virus Test Results
Zuckerberg Projects Half Of Facebook Employees Could Be Remote By 2030
QAnon Conspiracy Movement Gains Followers In Uncertain Times
The U.S. Needs Tens Of Thousands Of Contact Tracers. Most Aren't There
U.S. Tightens Restrictions On Huawei, China Calls It 'Unreasonable'
How Should You Talk To Someone Who Shares False COVID-19 Info?
Debunked COVID-19 'Plandemic' Conspiracy Driven By Uncertainty
U.S. Agencies Warn Chinese Hackers Are Targeting Coronavirus Research
Facebook Says It's Flagged Millions Of COVID-19 Misinformation Posts
Facebook To Pay $52 Million In Settlement For Moderators' PTSD
Twitter To Label All Misleading Or Disputed Tweets About COVID-19
Tech, Privacy Issues May Limit Adoption Of COVID Contact Tracing Apps
The Path Forward: Using Telehealth To Treat COVID-19 Patients Safely
Apple, Google To Ban Location Tracking In COVID-19 Tracing Apps
What Are People Actually Watching During The Pandemic?
This Web-Slinging Superhero Hosted A Live Trivia Game From Home
TikTok Donates $10 Million To Fight COVID-19 In Africa
NY Attorney General Questions Amazon's "Inadequate" COVID-19 Response
More Cities Are Testing Drones As Tools To Control COVID-19 Spread
NASA Develops Ventilator Prototype for COVID-19 Patients
Conspiracy Theories Falsely Link COVID-19 To Bill Gates
China Pushed Panic-Inducing COVID-19 Disinfo In U.S., Officials Allege
Netflix Gained Over 15 Million New Subscribers Since The Start Of 2020
Facebook Launches Gaming App
FCC Set To Approve New 5G Wireless Network, Despite Pentagon Warnings
Conspiracy Theories Linking 5G And COVID-19 Spread
Streaming Is Thriving Amid The Pandemic. Can Newcomers Succeed, Too?
Digital Contact Tracing Could Help End Quarantine. Here's How It Works
Amazon To Sell More Nonessential Items As It Hires 75,000 Workers
Google and Apple Partner On Coronavirus Contact Tracing Technology
Amazon To Pause Its Third-Party Delivery Service Starting In June
Twitter CEO To Donate $1 Billion To Help Coronavirus Efforts
Lawmakers Call For Investigation Into Zoom
Protecting The Power Grid Through Covid-19
HBO Is Unlocking Nearly 500 Hours Of Content To Stream For Free
Facebook Plans To Hire 10,000 New Workers By The End Of The Year
New Study On Chloroquine's Efficacy May Add To COVID-19 'Infodemic'
T-Mobile Completes Merger With Sprint
COVID-19 Spurs Record Social Media Use — But Ad Revenue Is Falling
New York City Man Tweets About His Fight Against COVID-19
COVID-19 Treatment Touted By Trump Leads To Misleading Info Online
Can Internet Service Providers Survive The Coronavirus Pandemic?
CDC Introduces Microsoft-Powered Coronavirus Self-Check Tool
Netflix To Reduce Streaming Quality In Europe Amid Pandemic
Facebook Will Pay Third-Party Content Moderators To Work Remotely
Social Media Is Being Unusually Aggressive About Coronavirus Misinfo
Increase In Telework Could Put U.S. Systems At Risk Of Cyberattack
Tech Companies Agree To Fight Coronavirus Misinformation
E3 2020 Canceled Amid Coronavirus Concerns
Google Asks North American Staff To Work Remotely Due To Coronavirus
Twitter Applies 'Manipulated Media' Tag To Video Of Joe Biden
Facebook Says It Has Taken Down Misleading Trump Campaign Ads
Internet Services Temporarily Restored In Kashmir
Apple To Pay Up To $500M As Part Of Throttling Settlement
FCC Proposes Fines For 4 Wireless Carriers Over Privacy Allegations
Twitter Considering New Methods To Curb Misinformation
Personal Information Of 10 Million MGM Hotel Guests Posted Online
How Effective Is Social Media At Stopping Coronavirus Misinformation?
U.S. Attorney General Questions If Tech Industry Law Is Still Relevant
'I Don't Know How To Stop Them' — When Robots Take Las Vegas Jobs
Apple Says iPhone Production, Sales Are Down Due To Coronavirus
SpaceX Has Launched Another Batch Of Satellites Into Orbit
Facebook Is Now Letting Political Campaigns Sponsor 'Branded Content'
Calif. Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Employees For Exit Searches
Animated GIFs Have Major Reach — And Television Is Capitalizing On It