Facebook has agreed to follow some of the board’s non-binding recommendations regarding the Donald Trump suspension. That’s progress.
The Stop Social Media Censorship Act almost certainly violates both the US Constitution and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
Talk is cheap, unless you’re an in-demand content creator for platforms like Clubhouse and its many clones.
The decision on Trump is the clearest indication yet that the board does not want to be Facebook’s flunky.
The social network has rules about what can be shown to minors. The Tech Transparency Project found that they aren’t being enforced.
Major platforms’ policies aren’t actually inspired by the First Amendment. This legal scholar says that’s a good thing.
Clubhouse is the latest startup to get cloned by Facebook, as the social media giant announces a suite of new audio features. Who will use them?
Facebook has been criticized for failing to curb misinformation in English. But little attention has been paid to the scale of the problem in Arabic.