Nine major dating apps will be offering users ways to advertise their vaccination status and boost their chances for a match with "super likes" and "super swipes," as part of a partnership with the White House.
The latest round of war between the Palestinian people and Israel has been raging for days with no end in sight.
The Pentagon is planning to 'continuously' trawl the social media accounts of military personnel for 'extremist behavior and views' - and will use a private security company to shield itself from concerns that it's violating First Amendment rights.
The military has previously balked at surveilling service members for extremist political views due to First Amendment protections.
Martin Kulldorff, one of the world's preeminent and most cited infectious disease epidemiologists from Harvard University's School of Medicine has experienced what many others in the field have experienced during this pandemic, censorship and rid
Ever wanted to show up at a Zoom meeting as a cartoon? With Adobe Character Animator, you can do just that.
Discord's new campaign--'Imagine a Place'--pitches all the freedom and community, with none of the privacy or security issues.
To Fight for our Freedom & Rights against The NWO & The Illuminati by taking back Control of our Lives & Unite Together as One Voice & One Power Worldwide to prevent The NWO & Illuminati from controlling the World we Live In & to Protect the Future o
We have no use for Donald Trump, but even less for the arrogant lefty twit, Mark Zuckerberg, who joined a conspiracy of Silicon Valley Robber Barons on January 6th to ban a then sitting president of the United States from their social media platforms
NEW: As the 'Oversight Board' decided to uphold Donald Trump's indefinite suspension, the former president swung back with a scathing statement about what social media platforms and 'big tech' have done to America, and how the 'truth will always come
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday appeared to launch a new communications platform, coming several months after he was suspended from Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms.
The Facebook oversight board has backed the social media website's decision to ban former President Donald Trump from using its product. The claim is that Trump violated the company's terms of service. Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley has
DEVELOPING: in wake of the announcement from the office of the former president, political commentator Dave Rubin of @The Rubin Report? reacts to what this new 'platform' of communication will mean for followers and fans of Donald Trump
Former President Donald Trump launched his own communication platform, enabling him to speak directly to his followers. This platform has begun posting messages from the former president.
In 1964, Stanley Kubrick released a dark comedy classic titled "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb." The title captured the absurdity of getting people to embrace the concept of weapons of mass destruction.
Facebook's oversight board ruled to uphold the company's decision to suspend former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Marine Le Pen is acquitted by French court after being accused of breaking hate speech laws by posting images of ISIS atrocities on Twitter six years ago
The ruling by the scholars, lawyers, activists and journalists who make up Facebook's oversight board will reverberate across the world of social media.
Four-day sporting boycott reinforces the need for Twitter, Facebook and others to get rid of those dishing out abuse – now
The Facebook Oversight Board, a sort of supreme court that delivers rulings and can overturn moderation decisions made by the platform, will deliver its decision on the fate of former President Donald Trump's page this week.
Facebook's oversight board will finally announce on Wednesday whether it will allow former President Donald Trump to use the social media site again, four months after banning him over the Capitol riot.
Facebook's Fact Checker on Vaccines is Funded by an Organization that has $1.8-Billion Invested in Vaccine Stocks
He cashed out, logged off, and let other execs face the problems
Facebook users in Illinois stand to gain between $200 and $400 each after the tech giant was ordered to pay a $650 million settlement for illegally collecting biometric data for facial recognition.
-interference in domestic politics The Director of National Intelligence has ostensibly created a new "center" for the sharing and analysis of information and intelligence about foreign interference in US elections. Its real focus is much more n
According to the report, Trump was pitched last month about launching a multi-billion-dollar media and technology company built around his personal brand.
27-year-old reveals she has never 'dated, kissed, or been physical' with anyone - but says she hasn't given up hope of finding her perfect match
The new social media platform "Frank" developed by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell continues to have another sabotaged launch day, failing to get up and running for the second time in a week.
On Saturday, Twitter admitted that it is actively working with the Indian government to censor criticism of its handling of the pandemic as the number of cases and deaths continues to skyrocket.
--who is pushing their 'net neutrality' policy Tech firms block users sharing critical stories about her