A new crop of Section 230 reform proposals focuses on amplification, not content moderation. But the devil is in the details.
Jeff Allen, cofounder of the Integrity Institute and a former data scientist at Facebook, says social media companies need missions beyond “giving everyone a voice.”
Internal research documents provide a blueprint for solving the company’s biggest problems.
Congress has been grilling the company’s executives for years. This time, Frances Haugen, the former employee behind an unprecedented leak of documents, will take the floor.
Freedom of religion was never meant to excuse people from obligations that apply to everyone.
The latest hearing on Instagram and teen mental health was the depressing work of a legislature that can’t legislate.
Government regulation will never fix everything wrong with online discourse. The industry needs to develop professional norms—just as journalism once did.
As more governments force US tech companies to change how they do business, one case in Turkey cuts to the heart of the search giant’s power.
A new study finds that small groups of laypeople can match or surpass the work of professional fact checkers—and they can do it at scale.