An illustration censored by the Facebook-owned site speaks to the power of the form and raises pressing questions about free speech.
Members of the House and Senate, as well as officials at the Department of Homeland Security, have been briefed about attempts to influence U.S. politics on its platforms, the social media company says.
On a tour of Israel organized by Birthright, a few Americans were labeled "troublemakers" as they sought out a different perspective on the Israel-Palestine conflict; academics are studying emojis; and in some towns, it floods even when there's no rain now.
The social media giant vastly expands the estimate of those touched by the Cambridge Analytica privacy case. The company also says it will restrict the user data that outsiders can access.
The company is still struggling to get people to sign up, despite the attention President Trump's no-holds-barred tweets have drawn to the service.
President Rouhani acknowledges public anger over Iran's economic woes but warns "those who misuse cyberspace."
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and many other forms of online interaction have become a mechanism for channeling our discontents.
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Gave Data to a Firm Helping Police Track African-American Protesters
The social media companies' leaders had previously expressed support for Black Lives Matter.
It is incredible that during this time of heightened public awareness of police brutality, officers continue to behave with impunity.
As FDR mastered radio and JFK conquered TV, Donald Trump rules the Internet like no other candidate.