Former President Donald Trump has said he will be sueing Facebook, Google, Twitter, and their CEOs for violating his first amendment right to free speech. They say he incited the Capitol violence.
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The Biden administration has signed a new Executive Order that replaces three Executive Orders - two in litigation - signed by former President Trump prohibiting transactions with some Chinese firms.
Facebook has announced its new suspension policy after its oversight board had asked it to review Trump's indefinite ban decision. Per this new rule, Trump's block will continue till January 2023.
Former prez Donald Trump had launched a new section on his website as a way to communicate his thoughts online. However, after less than a month of being online, that section has been pulled.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that prevents social media companies from knowingly 'deplatforming' Florida politiciations. The bill was proposed in February after Trump was banned.
Facebook has announced that its Oversight Board has reviewed the suspension of former President Trump's accounts, and decided it was the right thing to do. However, it requested a review of the ban.
The Brazilian government looks likely to let Huawei operate in the country's 5G network. The government's leader, Jair Bolsonaro, wanted to block the firm but he has faced resistance.
In response to officials asking people not to travel to Washington DC, Airbnb is canceling all bookings in the metro area throughout the inauguration week. Those who made bookings will be refunded.
Following decisions by Microsoft and Facebook to halt donations to political action committees in the wake of the Capitol siege, Google has also announced that it has decided to make a similar move.
Facebook stated that it is pausing contributions to political action committees after last week's violent events in Washington DC. Microsoft also said that it's freezing its political spending.
After the ban of President Donald Trump's account, Twitter's share price fell almost 3.7% and it further fell around 10% in premarket trading today. The social media service banned Trump on Friday.
Twitter has finally banned President Donald Trump's account, @realDonaldTrump, due to several violations and claiming "due to the risk of further incitement of violence."
Following suspensions from Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, outgoing US President Donald Trump now finds himself banned from yet another major platform after yesterday's events in the US Capitol.
Google's YouTube has announced that any channels posting videos with false claims about the U.S. presidential election results will now be met with a strike, in response to recent violent events.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that the social network will prevent the incumbent President of the United States from posting any content until the end of his term, in two weeks.
A Dutch hacker has managed to log onto President Trump's Twitter account after guessing his password seven times. He reported the breach directly to Trump so he can remedy the problem.
Twitter has rolled out a new change that now warns users when they try to 'like' a misleading tweet. All disputed claims such as those by Donald Trump now encourage users to visit credible sources.
Twitter has detailed its ongoing efforts to curb the spread of fake news related to the U.S. presidential elections. The company will also be reverting some product changes that had a negative impact.
In a blog post, Microsoft President Brad Smith has congratulated the President- and Vice-President-Elect, and emphasized the importance of building bridges to close the divide between people.
In a stint that lasted for 30 minutes, hackers swapped out the 'Coalitions' tab of President Trump's campaign website, threatening to release sensitive information in exchange for cryptocurrency.
Vanessa Pappas has publicly invited Facebook and Instagram to support their litigation against the executive order signed by President Trump that aims to ban the Chinese-backed app in the US.
The Chinese government would rather see TikTok U.S. shut down than being forcefully sold. The officials believe that a forced sale would make the government and ByteDance appear weak.
Donald Trump says that he will not extend the deadline set for ByteDance to to sell off its US-based assets. The deadline is September,20th. The firm has less then 9 days to avoid complete ban.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with Donald Trump last fall to discuss the threat of TikTok and he may have steered the administration towards TikTok in order to distract Senators from Facebook.
On Aug. 6, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning TikTok and WeChat. Now, the popular video-sharing company has decided to take the White House to court over the executive order.
Multiple subreddit moderators' accounts were compromised, with hackers posting pro-Trump messages. Reddit says it is working on locking affected accounts down and is investigating.
TikTok has responded to the Trump administration's executive order issued against it earlier. The social media company now plans to take legal action against the executive order in U.S. courts.
US President Donald Trump has signed two executive orders banning any transactions with TikTok and WeChat's parent companies, ByteDance and Tencent Holdings. The order comes into effect in 45 days.
Earlier this week, Twitter flagged two tweets by Donald Trump. In response, President Trump has signed an executive order that seeks to limit liability protections of social media companies.
After Twitter labeled some of Donald Trump's recent tweets as misinformation, the U.S. President has suggested that social media could be shut down over fears that they silence conservative opinions.
President Trump established a direct relation between mail-in ballots and rigged elections. Consequently, Twitter went on to flag those tweets as false claims, and Trump responded strongly to it.
France's economy minister, Bruno Le Maire, has announced that France will not take sanctions from the U.S. lying down. The U.S. is thinking about imposing tariffs over France's digital services tax.
Two years after the 'covfefe' incident, analysts at J.P.Morgan created the Volfefe index after Trump's market-impacting tweets having words like 'China', 'products', and others become more frequent.
Yesterday, US President Donald Trump stated that Huawei could now purchase products from US suppliers again. However, it has now been clarified that this doesn't apply to all goods as of yet.
According to a new report, President Donald Trump might be issuing an executive order banning telecommunications equipment, such as 5G equipment, from Huawei and ZTE in the United States.
Having made note of recent news reports that reveal President Trump's use of an unsecure iPhone, a spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry has recommended that he use a Huawei device instead.
An early-stage draft order is said to be under consideration by the White House as part of the government's effort to look into potential antitrust violations by Google and Facebook, among others.
At the height of the U.S. travel ban signed last year, Google employees apparently considered making tweaks to search functions in order to counter President Donald Trump's immigration order.
An analyst from Bank of America Merrill Lynch has suggested that if Apple brings some assembly jobs to the U.S., as requested by President Trump, customers could face increased costs of up to 20%.
Microsoft's Brad Smith said that the firm could move jobs abroad if the U.S. sticks to its current trajectory on immigration. He said the workforce makes Microsoft valuable so they need protecting.