Fact-checkers at the influential Poynter Institute’s fact-checking newsletter were dragged on Twitter Thursday after posting a deeply unserious article about Clubhouse, the new audio-based social media app that made headlines last weekend when Elon Musk used it to talk stock trading with Vlad Tenev, the CEO of Robinhood.
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Twitter restricted journalist James O’Keefe’s Twitter account, as well as that of his founding organization Project Veritas on Thursday morning, citing violation of “rules against posting private information.” Read More.
This is big. Today, Facebook has announced that it will launch a new test that will see a reduction of political content in people's news feeds, in response to concerns about the impacts of divisive political debates on the platform. Read More.
The Department of Justice on Monday withdrew a lawsuit challenging California's net neutrality law, which largely requires broadband providers that offer service in the state to follow the Obama-era broadband regulations. Read More.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is considering "legal options" after YouTube, Vimeo, and other streaming services pulled down his two-hour documentary alleging massive fraud in the 2020 presidential election.