By Ryan McMakenMises Institute In recent years, it seems that the nation’s CEOs and billionaires are increasingly willing to drop the pretense that they are politically neutral entrepreneurs who simply want to go about their business. Last week, for example, more than a hundred CEOs met to plot ways to punish the people of Georgia […]
Facebook claims that the business gain from news is minimal, and that it makes up less than 4% of the content people see in their News Feed
After a long battle with the new media laws in Australia, Facebook has finally agreed to pay for journalism and will lift its ban on Australians viewing and sharing news on its platform.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed in a meeting with executives last week that the company has acquired about 100 companies in the previous six years, which is equivalent to one every three to four weeks.
Facebook ramping up censorship, from banning COVID-19 misinformation spreaders to silencing Australian users
The social media giant has received backlash from some users for censoring what they call “free speech”
Drivers have raised concerns that this may infringe their privacy, and call it a “punishment system”
Clearview AI’s technology allowed law enforcement and commercial organizations to match photographs of unknown people against the company’s databank of more than 3 billion images, including of Canadians and children, for investigation purposes.
“Today’s decisions and future decisions made by the board are binding on Facebook, and we will restore or remove content based on their determination,” said Monica Bickert.
With the new Biden administration, a deal through the OECD looks promising
Mexico’s president launches campaign against social media censorship, urges other governments to form a common front
Mexico, France, Poland, and Germany are among a few who are forming a common front against social media censorship