Facebook will be ending an exemption politicians on the platform received that largely shielded them from the same content moderation rules that are applied to other users, according to numerous reports. The move from the social media giant comes after the company’s Oversight Board, an independent group of hand-picked journalists,Read More →

Last year, it looked like a TikTok ban was a real possibility. Former President Donald Trump’s crusade against the wildly popular app turned into a months-long feud between the United States, China, and TikTok. But now, things appear murky at best under the new administration in the White House. GivenRead More →

Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) stirred widespread debate on Twitter over the weekend after arguing that former President Donald Trump’s energy levels were superior to those of the current commander-in-chief. While speaking with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Friday, McCarthy began defending Trump’s sleep schedule in comparison to President JoeRead More →

MyPillow guy Mike Lindell is branching out from selling textiles and lying about election fraud. His latest venture is a social media platform called “Frank Speech.” The launch has been a disaster plagued by delays, error messages, and miscommunication. Shortly after getting kicked off Twitter in late January, Lindell, aRead More →

Facebook‘s Oversight Board is delaying its much-anticipated decision regarding former President Donald Trump‘s indefinite ban from the platform. Following the riots at the Capitol in January and posts the former president made about it on Facebook, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced it would ban Trump from the platforms indefinitely. That decisionRead More →

A white man shot and killed eight people—six of whom were Asian and seven of whom were women—across three massage parlors in Atlanta last night, the New York Times reports. Now, a scramble to frame the crime is emerging online. The suspect, 21-year-old Robert Aaron Long, first attacked Young’s Asian MassageRead More →