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Facebook Hid Its Own Data Showing It Knew Instagram Was Harmful for Teen Girls: Report

Facebook publicly cited data that contradicted their own internal findings.

Google and Apple Remove Navalny Protest Voting App as Elections Begin in Russia

Russian officials threatened to prosecute the tech companies' employees in the country.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Signs Bill to Ban Social Media Companies From Censoring People Based On “Viewpoint”

The bill is similar to one passed by Florida that was quickly blocked by a federal judge.

OnlyFans Says It Won’t Ban Sexually Explicit Content After All Following Backlash

The company said the ban was prompted by pressure from financial firms but it has since reached a deal to continue all content.

Facebook Joins Amazon in Calling for FTC Chair Lina Khan to Recuse From Antitrust Case

The company accused Khan of bias over past criticism of Big Tech.

Hackers Demand $70 Million in Biggest Ransomware Attack Yet

A cyberattack on a software company has affected thousands of companies around the world.

Trump Adviser Jason Miller Launches “Cancel-Free” Social Media Platform GETTR -- Without Trump

The app lifts follower counts from Twitter to inflate its own users' followings.

Judge Dismisses Antitrust Cases Against Facebook From FTC and More Than 40 States

The judge said regulators waited too long after Facebook bought Instagram and WhatsApp to bring the suit and said the complaint lacks evidence of a monopoly.

Conservative Group Warns Republicans Over Big Tech Cash

Conservative activists are leery of Republicans who even meet with groups backed by Big Tech.

Facebook Plans to End Policy Exempting Politicians From Hate Speech Rules

The company will no longer presume that all posts by politicians are newsworthy.

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