Koo, an app touted as India's answer to Twitter, has self-verification features that Elon Musk may want but shows risks of handing over data to the government

restofworld.org On April 6, four days before billionaire Elon Musk announced his desire to “authenticate all real humans” on Twitter, the multilingual Indian microblogging site Koo introduced a feature that grants its users the...

NY Governor Announces New Gun Control Plans After Buffalo Shooting, Signs Order On Domestic Terrorism

zerohedge.com NY Governor Announces New Gun Control Plans After Buffalo Shooting, Signs Order On Domestic Terrorism Authored by Mimi Nguyen Ly via The Epoch Times, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday proposed new...

Here's why tech giants want the Supreme Court to freeze Texas' social media law

npr.org Tech industry groups are urging the Supreme Court to block a Texas law barring social media companies from removing posts or banning users based on political viewpoints

New bipartisan bill aims to rein in the power of tech company

foxbusiness.com A bipartisan group of senators led by Utah Republican Mike Lee introduced legislation Thursday that would take aim at conflicts of interest in the advertising technology industry and force Google to break up its...

Twitter to add warning label to tweets it deems 'viral misinformation'

foxbusiness.com Twitter announced the roll-out of a "crisis misinformation policy" which will seek to suppress posts the company deems "viral misinformation." The social media platform announced the policy Thursday with an official...

Tesla Investor Calls for $5 Billion Worth TSLA Stock Buyback

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Republican Attacks on Social Media Are Doomed to Fail. That Won't Stop Them

newsweek.com Social media companies targeting those who spread falsehoods with suspension is perfectly within their right as a private company.

New York AG launches investigation of social media companies after Buffalo shooting

foxbusiness.com New York Attorney General Letitia James is investigating Twitch, Discord, 4chan, and 8chan after a mass shooter opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, killing 10 people.

NY AG launches investigation into social media companies after Buffalo shooting

foxbusiness.com New York Attorney General Letitia James opened an investigation into social media companies on Wednesday after a gunman opened fire at a grocery store in Buffalo over the weekend, killing 10 people and wounding three...

NY AG will launch a probe into Twitch, Discord, 4chan, and 8chan, which officials say “may have been used to plan, promote, and stream” the Buffalo shooting

cnbc.com New York Attorney General Letitia James will investigate social media companies in connection to the apparently racially motivated attack at a Buffalo supermarket that left 10 dead and three injured. Amazon's...

New York AG opens investigation on social media companies after Buffalo shooting

axios.com New York Attorney General Letitia James is launching an investigation into social media companies in connection with the Buffalo mass shooting, her office announced Wednesday.Why it matters: The investigation will...

New York AG to investigate social media platforms used by Buffalo grocery gunman

investing.com - New York Attorney General Letitia James said on Wednesday that her office is investigating social media companies the Buffalo grocery store gunman used to plan, promote and stream the attack that left 10...

Social media platforms still can’t stop mass shooting videos from going viral

vox.com People attend a vigil for shooting victims in Buffalo, New York, on May 15. | Libby March/Washington Post via Getty Images Companies are getting better at responding to incidents like the Buffalo shooting....

Tech's hard lessons from livestreamed mass killings

aol.com These days, mass shooters like the one now held in the Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket attack don’t stop with planning out their brutal attacks. They also create marketing plans while arranging to livestream their...

Will social media companies crack down on the racist conspiracy theory behind the Buffalo massacre?

latimes.com The Buffalo shooting has highlighted the public safety risk posed by the racist "great replacement theory." But social media companies may fear stiff political resistance if they seek to expunge it from their platforms.