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 is launching a tool that will show users how to vote by mail ahead of the 2020 US Presidential election.
The new feature will first be applied to countries represented in the five permanent members of the United Nations' Security Council: China, France, Russia, the UK, and the US but the platform said it would then extend it to other countries.
The social network took action against the US president on Wednesday after he shared a video in which he claimed children were "virtually immune" to the new coronavirus.
"We will also immediately examine internally, how this campaign has been created and if control mechanisms failed in this case," German car-manufacturer tweeted after their new ad fueled controversy.
Earlier this month hackers broke into the Twitter accounts of technology moguls, politicians, celebrities and major companies in a Bitcoin scam
Human rights advocates expressed concerns after the Turkish parliament give the green light to a law allowing the government greater powers to regulate social media
Geert Wilders, from the Dutch right-wing Freedom Party (PVV), said Twitter had informed him that his account had been compromised.
Conspiracy theory group QAnon has been around for years but we've been hearing about them a lot more in recent weeks.
In a statement to The Cube, Twitter confirmed that they have permanently removed seven thousand QAnon accounts to date for violating Twitter guidelines in relation to spam as well as platform manipulation.
The social media giant said it was continuing to assess whether the attackers were able to access private data of the targeted accounts.
We spoke to a cybersecurity expert about what the Twitter hacking scandal means for the social media giant and what you can do to help protect your account.
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Alleged insults were directed to his daughter and son-in-law when they announced the birth of their fourth child on Twitter.
Kerem Kinik said his comments on Gay Pride Day were aimed only at paedophiles. But they drew a wave of criticism.
It was suggested that Marin had also wondered whether the US was under Russian control since January 20, 2017 - the date Trump was inaugurated as president.
On Tuesday, Twitter issued a warning label on the US President's tweet for violating the company's policy against abusive behaviour.
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The network included 23,750 accounts which mostly tweeted about Hong Kong pro-democracy protests and the COVID-19 pandemic for the Chinese diaspora, researchers said.
“Disinformation in times of the coronavirus can kill," the EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Wednesday.
The US President had suggested, without any evidence, that a 75-year-old demonstrator, who was pushed to the ground by police officers, could be an "Antifa provocateur".
In times of emotion, social media misinformation can surge, often unknowingly.
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There is no evidence that the US capital experienced an internet outage during George Floyd protests, despite numerous claims on social media.
The US President signed an executive order directs executive agencies to ask for review of social media companies' liability protections.
The US President said Twitter's fact-check warning is stifling freedom of expression and accused the platform of interfering in the US presidential elections.
Brazil's president has campaigned to keep the country's economy afloat during the spread of COVID-19.