Company documents show that the social network’s employees repeatedly raised red flags about the spread of misinformation and conspiracies before and after the contested November vote.
Internal documents show a struggle with misinformation, hate speech and celebrations of violence in the country, the company’s biggest market.
Prosecutors focused on her alleged deceptions, trying to make the case that she intentionally misled Theranos’s investors and commercial partners.
Social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram try to monitor for content related to the problem, but it is not always clear what to do about it.
Quietly built over two years, the Kremlin’s censorship infrastructure gives it sweeping power to block sites. Many fear a new age of digital isolation.
The company’s first-ever safety report, which it committed two years ago to producing, also included four fatal assaults and 49 deaths in crashes.
The new details came in an unredacted version of a lawsuit filed by Texas and 11 other states.
Hackers tied to the group Anonymous defaced a private version of the former president’s app, Truth Social, posting images of defecating pigs and explicative-laced rants.
It all comes down to having power over what Americans watch and how.
The move is a concession to regulators and lawmakers, who are challenging whether the company has overcharged developers.
The organizers say they will have enough signatures by Monday to file for an election with the National Labor Relations Board. The company is pushing back.
The Vienna Tourist Board has joined the adults-only site to display artworks that other social platforms have censored.
Not all online spaces are terrible. Join Shira Ovide, a Times technology writer, for a virtual event on Nov. 18 exploring the forces behind internet communities that work.
The long-awaited successor to the Hubble Space Telescope is scheduled to launch in December. But the NASA official for whom it is named has been accused of homophobia.
Buying a $1,000 iPhone can be equivalent to giving up $17,000 in retirement savings or 2,500 cups of coffee.
The District of Columbia case, which grew out of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, could expose the chief executive to financial and other penalties.
If completed, it would be one of the larger consumer internet deals this year.
Over-the-counter hearing aids have the potential to show government and tech companies at their best.
The protest involved dozens of employees and was one of the most visible signs of worker unrest in the history of the streaming service.
A new streaming platform wants to be a destination for Black audiences around the world.
The move was lauded by advocates for the deaf and the hard of hearing, but theater owners worry audiences don’t want captions.
Open up Google Translate or Apple’s Translate and your mobile device turns into your personal language interpreter.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is using modern technology to stir appreciation for ancient artistry — including an Athenian potter’s transformative “discovery” of red.
The Starliner capsule for NASA crews is now unlikely to have another orbital flight test until the middle of next year.
The Justice Department sued the company in December, arguing that Facebook had declined to “recruit, consider or hire” qualified Americans for more than 2,000 positions.
An animal rights group said the site had ignored efforts to get clear violations taken down. YouTube said it had removed hundreds of thousands.
Start-up implosions don’t matter to most people. But the feelings of unfairness affect us all.
A long-awaited report from a panel of Brazilian senators concludes that Jair Bolsonaro purposely let the coronavirus kill Brazilians in a failed bid for herd immunity.
They can make French fries, mix drinks and even clean toilets, and they never ask for a raise. But they also break down.
A review found that the sanctions program must be modernized to maintain its effectiveness.