Social media giant Instagram has announced that it is banning all graphic images of self-harm from the site as part of efforts to “support and protect the most vulnerable” users.
Jesus of Snaz-ereth! Christians will be up in alms with this picture of the leopard-print lord.
We trusted internet platforms to be benign. We reacted too slowly to warning signs. But if we want to preserve agency over our lives, we have to act now.
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"You know that I am no longer CDU president, so I will now close my Facebook page," Merkel said in a video message.
The accounts were engaging in "malicious activity," said the social media giants.
Facebook has announced a series of measures it will take in May's European Parliament elections to ensure the vote is free from interference.
The Cube debunks claims that Facebook gave Nicolas Maduro's verification mark to Juan Guaidó.
Scrolling through social media you may have noticed everyone from your friends to celebrities participating in the "10-year challenge", comparing current photos of themselves with those from over a decade ago.
Melting glaciers, dying coral reefs, destroyed cities. Organizations and users around the world are using the #TenYearChallenge to shine a spotlight on real issues
Facebook just took down two large disinformation networks that were linked to Russia. They were operating in Central and Eastern European countries.
The company's inability or unwillingness to change its ways makes America, and Americans, less secure.
The MEP wrote to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg calling on the platform to remove a video sponsored by the Hungarian government.
An Italian watchdog fines Facebook €10million for misleading users of its data practices. In addition, the authority demanded the company state how it uses data on its website and app.
"You know I’m a street fighter basically," Orbán told martial artist and actor Chuck Norris.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg is not fielding questions at the international committee hearing.
Online hate must be combatted, and will is not enough – we must ensure the tools we are using are as optimal as they can be. Failure on either front will mean those who spread hate online win.
The French president described the pilot programme — a world first — as "an experiment, but a very important first step."
Social network removes option and cancels ads
Facebook announced that it had removed multiple pages, accounts, and groups from Facebook and Instagram that were part of a coordinated disinformation campaign originating in Iran.
UK regulator upholds 500,000 pound ($645,000) fine for breaches of data protection law
How to tell if your data was stolen on Facebook? Euronews explains.
Clegg, 51, will move to Silicon Valley in January to succeed Elliot Schrage as head of the social network’s global affairs and communications team, a Financial Times report has revealed.
Pressure is mounting on Zuckerberg to step down as Facebook chairman after several major shareholders called for more accountability following a string of controversies.
On Raw Politics this Wednesday: Brexit crunch talks, Russia's PM talks sanctions and anti-Russian sentiment, and Canada legalises pot to name just a few topics covered today.
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