Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has outlined his vision for the platform’s future, and Bitcoin appears to be playing a big part down the line.
While it strives to battle misinformation on its platform, the fact that Facebook only blocked the “vaccines kill” hashtag now is concerning.
Twitter currently testing upvotes and downvotes on iOS devices, hoping to gather enough data to decide on whether it should be launched.
Facebook and Joe Biden butted heads at the weekend and Facebook is none to pleased with the President’s comments.
Now Twitter users have the ability to change who can reply to their tweets, even after they’ve been posted.
With looting and destruction of property showing no signs of ending at this stage, government’s stance on inciting violence on social media made clear.
In a big to attract more content creators to its platform, TikTok is testing out Shoutouts as an additional revenue generator.
Citing a failure to comply with new rules, India’s IT Ministry filed court documents outlining that Twitter’s lost its liability protection.
Facebook has expanded its tools for transparency on political ads by adding an authorisation process in South Africa and Zambia.
Starfield was in our feed a lot after E3 2021.
The Patreon-style Super Follows feature that Twitter is working on could give content creators another source of revenue on the platform.
A Twitter subscription service is reportedly in the offing, with it potentially costing $2.99 a month to provide access to unique features.
While the Oversight Board has upheld Facebook’s Trump ban, it has said that the decision must be reviewed later this year.
The new Instagram marketplace, Creator Shops, was confirmed to be in development by Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, during a live stream.
As COVID-19 infections in India are on the rise, the government is seemingly more concerned with criticism its receiving on social media.
The new Instagram tool is aimed at celebrities and public figures who receive a lot of online hate, with it set to rollout in coming weeks.
Twitter has enlisted data scientists and engineers to investigate the “unintentional harms” its algorithm poses and publish the findings.
After coming under fire its treatment of workers, Amazon is firing back on Twitter, with Jeff Bezos reportedly handing down the instruction.