Facebook is acting like a hostile foreign power; it’s time we treated it that way.
The social giant kicked off researchers studying how political ads can encourage targeted voter suppression, leaving citizens with little insight into how they’re manipulated on the platform.
And Trump is allowed back on the platform in 2023.
Facebook’s made-up court is filling an enormous legal void.
Facebook’s “Supreme Court” might have upheld Donald Trump’s suspension, but that doesn’t make it a real court.
If the social-media giant can discourage hate speech and incitements to violence on a special occasion, it can do so all the time.
Today’s antitrust regulators should rein in the tech giants.
In 2020, the need to contain misinformation about COVID-19 pushed Facebook and Twitter into a role they never wanted—arbiters of the truth.
The company is operating at megascale, one writer argues.
The architecture of the modern web poses grave threats to humanity. It’s not too late to save ourselves.
The tech giant’s new oddball social-media app is a testament to its power.
Donald Trump won the presidency by using the social network’s advertising machinery in exactly the way the company wanted. He’s poised to do it again.
Assume that every website you visit tattles on you to the social-media behemoth.
An executive’s leaked memo suggests that the company wants to return to the pre-Trump world.
The feature looks likely to fill gaps in care—and to further draw users into Facebook’s ecosystem.
No one, including the social-media giant itself, trusts the company to decide which ads are false. But somebody has to render judgment.
The Libra project could help the global poor. But at what cost?
The Constitution protects free speech, but internet companies are succumbing to public pressure to restrict it.