Before Russia invaded Ukraine, the country was an attractive source of tech talent. ‘We cannot abandon our team in Russia,’ says the CISO of U.S.-based bitcoin marketplace
There’s a troubling element to the $61 billion hostile takeover of Twitter by the world’s richest man, Elon Musk.
One executive said Twitter’s censors are now in a “very difficult” position, while another reportedly cried
The board of directors accepts the entrepreneur’s $44 billion offer after initial resistance
Court cases and antitrust probes are forcing the technology giants to spill the beans
The co-founder of the social-media company is one of the only insiders chiming in on the fate of the company he helped create
The world’s richest man wants to take the microblogging platform private
Musk calls bid ‘his best and final offer’
The measure comes in response to misinformation and discrimination on its platforms
In October, Donald Trump announced he was planning to launch a revolutionary technology company.
Elon Musk has dropped a portion of his giant empire on a piece of Twitter, instantly sending stock prices to Mars.
President Brad Smith has taken an amicable role with regulators. Rivals say he also directs negative attention toward them. Microsoft’s Activision deal, under FTC review, will test the strategy.
Executives are scattering to locations far from Silicon Valley headquarters, working from Hawaii, Cape Cod, Europe
A new setting lets you view your Instagram feed in the order photos were actually posted, but Meta will still push you back to its algorithms when it can.
The court ruling means both social networks will be blocked, but WhatsApp messenger will remain operational in the country
The former CEO and chairman has joined the board of a startup that offers tools to create and sell virtual goods
YouTube is immediately blocking access around the world to channels associated with Russian state-funded media, it said on Friday, citing a policy barring content that denies, minimizes or trivializes well-documented violent events.
The US tech giant is reportedly now permitting posts on its platforms that call for the killing of Russian soldiers in Ukraine
Leaked emails from Facebook parent company Meta reveal changes to their hate speech policies that will allow users to post threats of violence against Russian leaders and soldiers.