"Nothing says 'free speech' quite as much as a multibillion-dollar corporation with a global monopoly getting its critics shut down."
The large network of the anti-government movement, deemed a national security threat, has exploded on the platform since February.
Timothy J. Aveni explicitly linked his resignation to Facebook’s refusal to act on posts from Trump which call for violence.
The Facebook CEO's pitch to Congress on its planned cryptocurrency was a hard sell: Let us build it, or China will.
The deepfake of Kim Kardashian was taken down by Condé Nast, but it's an example of how copyright laws are a poor replacement for real moderation.
The artist who made this week's first Zuckerberg deepfake made another, in protest of the platform supressing his work.
Zuckerberg: “We've started to turn a corner and have a clear plan for what we need to do now.”
“If the allegations are true, Facebook may face a colossal volume of individual and collective lawsuits."
“The institutional values of most really good media companies should transcend any individual opinion.”
“It’s time to move on.”
"Will the people who banned conservative vloggers Diamond and Silk be held accountable in any way?"