Tagged With Content Moderation

Twitter accidentally locked GOP Rep. Devin Nunes out of his account because he failed its anti-spam filter


Technology and society 'smashed together in a head-on collision.' Mozilla Foundation surveyed the wreckage.


CEO Brian Chesky says Airbnb stopped being a 'hands-off' platform earlier than other tech companies because customers got 'physically hurt'



Facebook's 'supreme court' just made its first rulings, and reinstated 4 posts the social network had removed


Twitter's new 'Birdwatch' feature will let users to sift through and add notes to misleading tweets


After Trump's Twitter ban, critics want other populists like Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro and India's Narendra Modi booted from social media



Selena Gomez emailed Sheryl Sandberg months before the Capitol siege to highlight US militia group activity on Facebook


Parler claims in antitrust lawsuit that Amazon said it was 'definitely in this journey' with the controversial social media platform until Capitol riots


YouTube removes Trump content and bans him from uploading new videos for a minimum of 7 days, citing 'ongoing potential for violence'


Google and Apple are banning Parler from their app stores for allowing violent content in the wake of attempted insurrection that left 5 dead


Facebook reportedly told its ad reviewers to ignore fraud and hacked accounts as long as 'Facebook gets paid'


Facebook's AI-fuelled attempt to block bad ads is hurting legitimate small business owners — and its 'pay-to-play' customer support is leaving them stranded ahead of the holiday shopping season



Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey are about to appear in front of Congress for a hearing on content moderation — here's how to watch


TikTok has reportedly poached over 25 of Facebook's contracted moderators and hired them in-house as Facebook continues to face scrutiny for its violent content


Facebook reportedly measures 'violence and incitement trends' — and it spiked by 45% during the week of the election


Twitter allows New York Post account to tweet again after contested Hunter Biden story led the company to update hacked materials policy



Facebook admits it 'improperly' blocked some political ads due to 'technical issues' as Joe Biden's campaign slams it for being 'wholly unprepared'


'It's definitely going to be more violent': A former Facebook content moderator says election results could spark violence, no matter who wins


Facebook's much-hyped 'Supreme Court' that can overrule even CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally launched, but says it won't judge any content about the election


A Facebook contractor has reportedly contracted COVID-19 days after returning to the office, and now colleagues are worried about an outbreak