After pro-Trump riot, experts urge US to tackle domestic disinformation
The reckoning is just beginning.
Twitter purges QAnon accounts; Facebook targets 'Stop the Steal'
Both companies say the moves are intended to limit the incitement of further violence ahead of Inauguration Day.
Facebook, Twitter act on Trump's false messaging after violence at Capitol
Trump's activity was the extension of a long and ultimately dangerous line of public comments.
Nissan investigated source code exposure, says it plugged leak
A misconfigured server appears to be responsible.
Twitter fined nearly $550,000 in Europe for response to bug that exposed private tweets
The decision stems from a bug that allowed thousands of people's private tweets to be made public between late 2014 and early 2019.
Twitter, WhatsApp users in Cuba report disruptions amid free speech protests
Western technology services are great for amplifying dissent, until they stop working.