A Tweetstorm is brewing in San Francisco.
The social network emphasized its work to curb abusive chatter, but acknowledged “there is no ‘magic algorithm’ for identifying terrorist content on the internet.”
The Facebook CEO made his first official public appearance post–paternity leave for Facebook’s “Friends Day.” Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Chief Product Officer Chris Cox turned out as well.
Facebook’s trending column often refers to Twitter as “Social Media,” sparking ire from Twitter execs.
Twitter’s heads of product, media, and engineering are all on the way out, and two new board members are joining, according to reports.
A history of Facebook’s highly controversial, completely audacious, and possibly best-intentioned program, Free Basics.
WTVC NewsChannel 9 will not be pushed around.
The people of Peach are hooked, friendly, and not afraid to post dumb things.
First up: The Golden Globes and the College football championship game.
The company won’t explain the removal of Milo Yiannopoulos’s verification badge. A campaign against harassment, and allegations of speech policing.
If Twitter implements the 10,000-character limit it’s considering, the value of its service might take a hit.
The ride-hailing app’s co-founder breaks down the intricacies of his company’s business while on shift this New Year’s Eve.
On Rise, you’ll be hard pressed to quietly shirk out of your 2016 goals.
A new Facebook test hints at where the platform may be headed.
January is the hottest month for online dating, according to the dating apps Hinge and Coffee Meets Bagel.
A bad stretch for the social giant’s initiative gets worse.
Shocks that just won’t stop.
In op-ed, Facebook CEO makes plea for his company’s free internet program.