The president's executive order to reign-in social media is based on the unproven assumption that they discriminate against conservatives and a misunderstanding of the First Amendment, which applies to government, not private companies.
Until Tuesday, Twitter had never taken down or labelled any of President Trump's tweets. But it put a link on his claim that mail-in ballots are fraudulent, providing facts on the integrity of voting by mail
President Trump is using Twitter to complain that it and other social media companies are illegally discriminating against conservatives. But that tweet, like social media posts from millions of conservatives, was not taken down.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees that -- over the coming years -- it may be possible for more than half of them to work from home. Some like that idea and others want to get back to the office. But the company has learned that employees can be productive without coming into the office.
The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency announced that Chinese hackers may be trying to infiltrate networks of U.S. Covid-19 researchers. The Wall Street Journal reports that Iran may also be attempting to hack research facilities.
The new Android app, "Read Along by Google" helps children with their reading skills via a character in-named Diya who uses Google’s text-to-speech and speech recognition technology to verify if the child is reading correctly.
Facebook has revealed details and the names of the initial 20 members of its independent oversight board that will have the power to overrule CEO Mark Zuckerberg regarding what content to leave up or take down.
People staying at home means more people watching streaming video but it also puts production on hold. Disney is responding by streaming new films ahead of schedule and adding older movies from its catalog.