The devil’s going to be in the details, but for now Facebook owes big for its privacy violations.
Researchers last year found that many YouTube influencers don’t disclose ties to affiliate marketing. A new browser extension will show you the hidden connections.
The social media giants just released new policies to cut down on bullying and hate speech. It’s not clear they’ll be any more successful this time around.
Twitter has released 30 million tweets from state-sponsored disinformation accounts. Researchers say the trove is useful, but they want more transparency.
Wellness brands Hims and Hers violate Facebook policies by offering prescription drugs in ads. The ads also don’t disclose side effects, as required by the FDA.
Opinion: Social media has become the modern-day version of conspiracy-theorizing supermarket tabloids. When will these platforms be held accountable?
Limit the reach of falsehoods without stifling speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
YouTube says it will begin displaying rounded subscriber totals, which may take some steam out of disputes between creators.
Facebook’s latest report lays out the sheer scale of its battle against fake accounts, spam, and other abuses.
Fake accounts spread white-nationalist messages and amassed larger followings than actual far-right parties before being taken down, according to a new report.