Facebook Suspends Trump’s Accounts For 2 YearsFacebook announced that the two-year suspension will be retroactive to Jan. 7, the day after the Capitol attacks.
Oversight Board Upholds Trump Suspension From FacebookFacebook announced Wednesday that it would not be allowing former President Trump to return to the platform, nearly five months after suspending him following the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Pro-Trump Demonstration At Twitter Headquarters Appears To Be A Bust, Twitter Claims To Respect ‘People’s Right To Express Their Views’:A demonstration by supporters of President Donald Trump to protest his ban from the Twitter social media platform outside the company's San Francisco headquarters appeared to be a bust Monday morning.
'Free Speech Versus Free Enterprise': Debate Continues After Social Media Companies Ban TrumpFollowing last Wednesday's deadly siege — in which a mob incited by President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol building — social media companies took swift action against the president.
Facebook Suspends President Trump’s Accounts 'Indefinitely'On Wednesday, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube removed a video which Trump posted in which he told the rioters, “We love you. You’re very special.”
California Joins Multi-State Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook For Instagram, WhatsApp AcquisitionsCalifornia is joining the U.S. government and 48 states and districts in a lawsuit against Facebook, accusing the company of abusing its market power in social networking to crush smaller competitors.
'We Are Really At A Crisis Point For Our Democracy, Economy': Sally Hubbard On Big Tech Corporations & Book 'Monopolies Suck'Big corporations like Facebook, Amazon and Apple dominate our lives, but do they have our best intentions in mind? Sally Hubbard explains why monopolies are ruining our democracy and economy.
Facebook, Instagram Experiencing Outages On ThanksgivingUsers across the U.S. are unable to post photos or answer messages on Thanksgiving.
Facebook Announces $1B Investment To Address California's Affordable Housing CrisisThe investment will be used to "help essential workers such as teachers, nurses and first responders live closer to the communities that rely on them," according to a news release.
Facebook’s Antitrust Headache Gets Worse: 47 Attorneys General Now Investigating
Tributes Pour In For Actress, Singer, Tony-Winner Diahann Carroll