Conservatives are celebrating a culture war victory after "Blue Anon," the embarrassing new branding of left-wing conspiracy theorists that plays on the ‘QAnon’ smears used by the media, was restored to the Urban Dictionary.
Social media users are recoiling at Bill Gates' call for a global disease alert system, questioning why a tech billionaire with no medical expertise or elected office is plotting what they fear could become a platform for tyranny.
Project Veritas has posted leaked videos exposing internal talks at Facebook lamenting the company's admittedly excessive power but at the same time seeking to use its influence to “work with” President Joe Biden's administration.
A Donald Trump supporter in Florida has been arrested for allegedly tricking likely Hillary Clinton voters into thinking they were casting their ballots by text message so they wouldn't bother with going to the polls in 2016.
Twitter has launched a new feature, called "Birdwatch," that relies on users of the social media platform to identify content that they deem misleading and post notes to provide "informative context" on the topic.
When four friends took a photo after a train trip between two English cities on a drunken day out, the idea of the snap ending up on a Manchester City team news announcement to millions of fans, it is fair to say, seemed remote.
Former Facebook executive Alex Stamos likened Republicans in Congress to ISIS supporters and argued that conservative voices such as OANN and Newsmax must be quieted to return Americans to "consensual reality."
A Republican fundraiser has made an ill-timed plea for help in fighting social-media censorship, tweeting in distress just minutes after the GOP-led Senate voted to override President Donald Trump's bid to hit back at Big Tech.