A damning New York Times report on the social media giant only reinforces the need to resurrect sweeping antitrust laws.
Color of Change's Rashad Robinson says the social media network has violated "its most fundamental mission of building human connection."
A new investigation finds a range of industries were able to successfully mask their sponsorship of political ads on the social network.
During a conference in Brussels, the Apple exec inveighs against the "data-industrial complex." Just don't confuse him with Ralph Nader.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey tell a Senate panel that their platforms plan to use new technologies to combat abuses ahead of the November midterm elections.
Steve Wozniak says he doesn't believe that the social media giant can fix its privacy issues and doesn't think it is going to change its policies "for decades."
"[P]rofessional-class women, who have reaped a disproportionate share of feminism’s gains, have dominated the feminist movement, and the social distance between them and their less privileged sisters is wide and growing wider," writes Kathleen Geier at The Nation.
The political pundit believes the tech company is not suppressing any political viewpoints, but he sees some troubling signs with the movement he loves.