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A viral photo on Twitter of an empty hospital corridor in Geneva is "misinformation", Swiss authorities have said.
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Russia's communications regulator says Twitter has failed to remove more than 2,800 illegal pieces of content since 2017.
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Twitter removes 'hateful' LGBT comments by Turkey's Interior Minister
Twitter said the post violated rules about hateful conduct but decided to keep it on the platform for public interest.
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NGOs have warned that social networks risk "becoming instruments of state censorship" in Turkey under the legislation.
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The tweet sparked outrage from Australia PM Scott Morrison, who called on Twitter to remove it from its platform.
CEOs of Facebook, Google and Twitter grilled on content moderation
The leaders of US tech giants faced strong criticism from US senators on Wednesday over the way they moderate content on their platforms.
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The decision by Facebook and Twitter to restrict a controversial article by the New York Post on Joe Biden has opened a wider debate about how social media companies tackle misinformation. Twitter has since reversed a decision to block access to the article.
Twitter users flood #ProudBoys with images of gay pride
Twitter users flood #ProudBoys hashtag with images of gay pride, in an attempt to drown out messages associated with the far-right group.
Twitter suspends Hungarian pro-government media account
Twitter confirmed the action to Euronews. Earlier this week, a Hungarian government account was restored after being suspended in error.
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Trump's misleading post may discourage US voters, says Twitter
Twitter labelled the post for potentially discouraging voters from heading to the polls. Facebook though, did not put any warning label on an identical post.
Trump asks Supreme Court to let him block Twitter critics
The White House is asking the Supreme Court to reverse a 2019 ruling which said that the US President could not block users as it is a violation of the First Amendment.
Facebook launches Voting Information Centre ahead of US elections
Facebook is launching a tool that will show users how to vote by mail ahead of the 2020 US Presidential election.
Twitter hackers accessed messages of far-right leader Geert Wilders
Geert Wilders, from the Dutch right-wing Freedom Party (PVV), said Twitter had informed him that his account had been compromised.
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