Infowars Returns to YouTube After CEO Said It Will Allow ‘Offensive’ Content [Updated]
"A commitment to openness is not easy. It sometimes means leaving up content that is outside the mainstream, controversial, or even offensive," YouTube's CEO said.
Pinterest Bans Anti-Abortion Group Live Action for Posting Misinformation
Live Action posted "misinformation related to conspiracies and health," Pinterest said. It continues to thrive on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
Security Contractor at Facebook Content Moderation Facility Arrested for Allegedly Threatening People With a Gun
The individual worked at a facility belonging to Cognizant, a Facebook contractor. Police arrested him while at work, but the alleged assault didn't happen on site.