Facebook relaxes Instagram advertising requirements but downplays a connection between the new update and the ongoing boycott against its advertising.
AI leads the way for the tech platform to create a more trustworthy news environment.
The media publisher looks to “fund quality journalism” by drawing readers back to its own channels.
The stances of leading social media platforms against hosting hate-based content take a major step forward.
Brands will be able to more easily communicate with customers via Google My Business tools that can integrate with their own platforms.
The U.S. anti-hate campaign looks towards the EU and beyond.
Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Google and Snapchat are asked for stronger policies by the U.S. Government.
The Department of Homeland Security urges Big Tech CEOs to help them end protest-related violence.
A number of global publishers sign up to a revenue sharing program from the tech giant after a long period of antitrust pressure.