Its own in-depth research shows a significant teen mental-health issue that Facebook plays down in public. Part 2 in a series offering an unparalleled look inside the social-media giant’s failings—and its unwillingness or inability to address them.
The self-proclaimed ‘free speech social network’ Parler will be allowed to return to Apple's App Store after it was previously banned for not censoring enough content and was also accused of allowing threats of violence.
Facebook and Instagram pulled the clip because it 'featured Trump speaking' and the 'voice of Donald Trump'. During the interview Trump talked about Biden falling up the stairs and how 'boring' Twitter had become
Amazon said it would stop providing cloud services to the platform and Apple suspended Parler from its App Store, sharply escalating a campaign by tech giants to regulate content they see as dangerous in the wake of the Capitol riot.
For almost an hour, users across the world reported that Google services were not working for them. The company's main product, Google Search, appeared to be unaffected. The problem now appears to have been fixed.