Twitter has announced that it has banned hundreds of state-affiliated propaganda accounts from Russia, Iran, and Armenia. The problematic accounts were engaged in platform manipulation.
It has been revealed that Amazon has several employees running to its defence on Twitter when people criticise it. The so-called FC ambassadors traded in their packing jobs for the new role.
Reddit CEO Steve Huffman has outlined the current plan of action against Russian spambots, how American users unwittingly spread Russian propaganda, and the review of a number of subreddits.
A new tool that the company first introduced last month is now live and allows users to check if they follow accounts associated with Russian propaganda. This does not extend to sharing their content.
Facebook and Google are relying on local media to tackle fake news in France and Germany. EU authorities are worried fake news is being used to influence local elections and destabilize the region.
A U.S. court judge has decided that Twitter is not responsible for terrorist content on its service, after a widow sued it for allegedly giving ISIS a voice to spread their propaganda.
A new report suggests that North Korea's population is becoming more aware of the world outside of their country through pirated content, such as western movies and music.
In a move that's sure to have the world scratching its head, the secretive nation of North Korea is the newest member of Twitter. North Korea has begun micro-blogging under the name @uriminzok, stepping up...
China is infamous for their Internet censorship and the “great firewall of China,” but a leaked speech to the Standing Committee of the national People’s Congress on April 29 contains rhetoric that implies a Chinese...