Over 2,000 communities were removed after Reddit updated its policies
The White House says it will free up over 500,000 jobs for Americans
More fighting between the president and his favorite platform
Not the first time it's deleted state-linked accounts
China's vision for a faster, more reliable Internet isn't convincing standards bodies
Facebook doesn't want to be an "arbiter of truth," but will verify the identities of people behind popular Pages
Posts from unverified Pages will have limited reach
Twitter is testing feature that restricts who can reply to tweets, and it could spell trouble for politicians
A potential First Amendment violation?
The company also updated its advertising policy
Turning to tech to further democracy
Not a Call of Duty fan, then?
The proposed solution means the removal of core protections of the internet
The company believes all would-be leaders should have a voice
Vows that every American household will have affordable broadband by end of first term
The Trump Administration vows 100 percent tariffs on $2.4 billion of French products over digital services tax
US officials think the new legislation is unfair towards American companies
Facebook's lenient policies don't apply everywhere
The company has been asking Republican and Democrat political advertisers for feedback
Another tech giant distances itself from Facebook's stance on political ads
The trade ban is still in effect for over a hundred non-US affiliates on the entity list
Perhaps Facebook will some day decide to copy this feature
The company says it's a work in progress and mistakes will be made
Its business model runs contrary to its idea of a "level playing field"
The executive thinks politicians should earn their reach, but will other social platforms follow suit?
The Really Online Lefty League strikes again
The fund will help finance Beijing's domestic semiconductor efforts