Twitter is taking steps to ensure advertisers feel safe on its platform, a vital step for the company’s long-term growth.
The controversial Section 230, protecting social media companies, may be under threat even with the incoming Biden/Harris administration.
Reddit has reported it has 52 million daily users for October, shining a light on data it has never before released.
The Solomon Islands Government is preparing to ban Facebook to protect “national unity” and crack down on cyberbullying.
A bug appears to be preventing Twitter’s new Fleets from disappearing after 24 hours as they’re supposed to.
As it continues to deal with security issues and misinformation, Twitter has hired Peiter Zatko, known as Mudge, as head of security.
Twitter has officially rolled out its new disappearing tweets, called Fleets, to all users.
The US Commerce Department has signaled it will not enforce the order to shutdown and ban TikTok.
Wondering what’s going on with TikTok’s ban? Evidently, so is TikTok, as the company’s future has been left in limbo.