Platforms are scrambling to avoid being used by right-wing extremists targeting the inauguration. But the seeds of this crisis were sown long ago.
Apple, Google, and Amazon booted the site from their own platforms. But who moderates the moderators?
In the end, what took down @realDonaldTrump was not what he tweeted, but how it was interpreted.
By freezing the president’s accounts, social media platforms finally drew a line. It only took a violent insurrection in the Capitol to get them there.
The pandemic and the election forced social media platforms to police false information like never before—but we have no clue if that solved anything.
A Long Island search marketer found a way to exploit Google search ads and spread misinformation about candidates. The company pledges to fix the issue.
The panic over the US Postal Service is legitimate, but here’s the good news: It’s not that risky to cast a ballot by hand.
Nandini Jammi’s advertiser boycotts scared brands away from journalism and into shady ad tech. Now she wants to teach marketers to think for themselves again.
Last week’s hearing with Silicon Valley CEOs provided a rare glimmer of hope that Congress can, occasionally, work across the aisle.
Partisan antics aside, lawmakers on the antitrust subcommittee dished out some serious, probing questions to the CEOs of Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple.