'Truth Social', which will launch officially later in the year, is seemingly using Mastodon's codebase without credit.
With no Android version of Clubhouse available, developers are making their own.
The action centres around the OGUsers community. It is highly unusual for social media companies to publicly announce that it has identified the real names of pseudonymous users.
As social networks grow louder, picking quality memes grows harder.
The adage suggests that rational discussion online stops when someone invokes Hitler. What does that mean when the conversation starts that way?
Twitter sued Customs and Border Protection on Thursday. By Friday morning, the government withdrew its subpoena for the user information of @ALT_uscis.
Matthew Schulman greets his 1 million-plus followers by showing them the gory (yet honest) details.
Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube are joining forces to mark and take down 'content that promotes terrorism.' But who defines what that is?
Stay Secure Online is geared towards law enforcement members and their families, but journalists, activists and plenty of other people can probably learn from it.