A new board will review some of Facebook's and Instagram's toughest content moderation decisions.
The FCC has announced that it will move to regulate social media following President Trump’s executive order earlier this year. Trump’s executive order followed fact-checking by Twitter which highlighted inaccuracies in his tweets. Despite the tweets remaining public, Trump argued that it amounted to censorship by Twitter. Under the proposed changes, social media platforms could... Read more »
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Greenwood is a virtual banking platform aiming to fill the gaps in how "the current financial system ... failed Black and Latinx communities."
Tech companies are making major changes to employee perks, safety precautions, and even whether employees need to come to an office ever again.
Dorsey was keen to share how Square's team executed the trades, and revealed the process in a whitepaper on the same day.
A virtual hearing will take place Oct. 28.
Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, and Jack Dorsey are set to appear virtually before Senators on October 28 to face questions over Section 230.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have agreed to testify virtually before the Senate Commerce Committee on October 28th, Politico reported Friday evening. Assuming that the hearing is live-streamed in some way, that means you’ll be able to watch some of the world’s most powerful people get grilled by policymakers who’ve recently discussed changing the laws that let their companies grow to an unfathomable scale.
The hearing, which will take place just six days before the US Presidential election, will be the second major Congressional hearing featuring big tech CEOs this year; the House antitrust committee heard from Pichai, Zuckerberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in...
Even before the coronavirus outbreak hit the US, Twitter was preparing for a future that relied heavily on remote work.
The CEOs didn’t “volunteer,” so they’re not getting the choice anymore.
The Senate Commerce committee wants the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google to appear.
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A hearing will address the legal liability protections under Section 230 that shield tech companies from lawsuits for content that users post.