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Pressure on social network increases as internal documents reveal it fell short in implementing content safeguards
Brasília parliamentarian and Florida Spac executive are behind deal with ex-president’s Truth start-up
A new name and a rebrand won’t fix a company that seems unable to learn from past mistakes
Multiple accounts lead to questions over how many real users its services have
Los Angeles-based social media group blamed iPhone-maker’s new rules as it posted bleak fourth-quarter outlook
DE Shaw, Saba Capital and others in line for windfall on deal with former US president’s newly launched outlet
Creating a fully integrated social commerce website is easier said than done
Former US president to go public with Truth Social via merger with blank-cheque company
Approach comes as online payments company uses strong stock price to pursue acquisitions
Last month a 17-second video I posted four years ago was removed following a copyright complaint - is my Twitter timeline an accident waiting to happen?
As digital platforms evolve relentlessly, executives must keep up and use them boldly
Western companies will have to decide between profit and ethics
Steadily increasing requests for censorship put pressure on Microsoft’s global brand
Last major US social network to operate in the country cites ‘challenging operating environment’
Like us, our politicians construct a falsely authentic version of themselves to attract support
The Facebook blackout was a reminder of our reliance on social media. That’s not entirely a bad thing
Research submitted to UK regulator alleges problems with Twitter, Snap, Apple and many more tech groups
Lawmakers ought not to squander a rare moment of bipartisan consensus
Ofcom tackles TikTok, Twitch data breach, Huawei’s MateBook 14s
There’s a market opportunity for a trustworthy social network that doesn’t prioritise advertisers
Congress members vow to tighten rules following damning testimony from ex-employee Frances Haugen
Regulator gears up to oversee UK-based video streaming platforms with warning over content and user age
US senators call for inquiry as whistleblower Frances Haugen testifies before Congress
Unless advertisers reject user number figures or revenues fall, investors must put up with them
Former employee will appear before the Senate after accusing tech company of putting ‘profit above safety’