In recent days, Facebook, Apple, YouTube and Spotify have removed material published by Alex Jones, reflecting a more aggressive enforcement of hate speech policies in the wake of social media protests.
The demise of Obama-era internet protections could affect consumers' ability to watch and use their favorite apps and services—though not right away.
A 2015 piece featuring journalists Abby Martin and Max Blumenthal discussing the brutality of Israeli occupation has now been removed in 28 countries. However, it still can be seen in the United States.
Police say a woman who believed she was being suppressed by YouTube opened fire at the video website's California headquarters, wounding three before taking her own life.
Officers and federal agents swarm the company's campus in San Bruno, Calif., amid multiple 911 reports of gunfire.
Google's video-serving network is banning videos that provide instructions on how to make a firearm, ammunition, high-capacity magazines and such accessories as bump stocks.
Seven major providers equivocated when asked if they might establish access lanes of different speeds. None would rule out the possibility.