Do not blame Sonia Sotomayor and the Supreme Court of the United States for correctly reading an ineptly written law.
Fake news stories circulated on WhatsApp claim that the coronavirus epidemic began in Wuhan because it was the first city with a 5G network.
The Australian public enquiry is the first of its kind, so will likely influence decisions made by other authorities around the world.
There are literally billions of bots masquerading as real users on Facebook, but no government or regulator protects Facebook customers from being wrongly billed.
BBM was launched in 2005 and was the first of its kind, but it suffered terminal decline as consumers switched to other messaging services.
Would you be willing to sift through the most abusive and wretched social media posts? A recent exposé tells the stories of outsourced contractors who filter content for Facebook.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has joined the chorus demanding more regulation of the net globally, but are UK proposals tantamount to imposing a press regulator by the back door?
The Court awarded damages of EUR30,000 after Facebook failed to rapidly remove links to the video of a song.
Targets were invited to ‘friend’ a Facebook profile that looked like it belonged to a colleague.
Spotify refuse to comment about whether they paid musicians whose songs were only played because user playlists had been hacked.