Hundreds of moderators are shutting down their massive subreddits in protest of new fees that threaten apps like Apollo, Narwhal, and BaconReader.
Musk's first few days at Twitter create the image of someone who owns a company he doesn't want and has no idea how to manage.
Minecraft released a new update to safeguard against abusive content and it has sent the community into a frenzy.
Internal documents reveal how exactly the platform played by half of all children in the U.S. is tackling grooming, automatic image scanning, and more with a team of thousands of people.
The mass shooter met a girl from Germany on the app. He later told her about his plans over text shortly before entering the school.
Despite the content moderator’s best efforts, the shooter’s manifesto and video of the attacks are still proliferating across social media.
Fans of “freedom” and unproven COVID treatments are testing what they can say on the platform.
Twitter wants to prevent people from sharing pictures and videos “of private individuals without [their] permission.” And free speech experts are concerned.
Instagram Live, Instagram Stories, posts, and private messages—these alleged violent gang members used them all.
After the company took down several posts on Instagram that included the popular protest chant against Iran’s ruler, the company made a temporary exception to its own policies.