A Canadian tweet in a Saudi king’s court crosses a red line

For years, Canadian pressure on human rights in Saudi Arabia had elicited no more than a standard rejection. But all that changed last week, when a Canadian complaint was translated into Arabic and set off a diplomatic row.

Facebook says removing content on 3D printing of guns

Facebook Inc is removing content related to instructions on 3D printing of firearms, a company spokesperson said on Thursday, as debate around access to gun in the United States intensifies.

Apple says it is monitoring Infowars app for content violations

Apple Inc said on Wednesday that an app belonging to popular conspiracy theorist Alex Jones remains in the company’s mobile App Store because it has not been found to be in violation of any content policies.

Match Group-owner IAC tops revenue estimates

Online media company IAC/InterActiveCorp’s second-quarter revenue beat Wall Street expectations on Wednesday, boosted by growth in businesses, including digital home-services provider ANGI Homeservices and dating-services provider Match Group.

Facebook suspends U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been suspended from Facebook for bullying and hate speech and is close to having pages tied to him and his Infowars website removed from the platform, the social media network said on Friday.

Twitter to prioritize fixing platform over user growth, shares plunge

Twitter Inc on Friday reported fewer monthly active users than analysts expected and warned that the closely-watched figure could keep falling as it deletes phony accounts, sending shares sharply lower in early trading.

Top Facebook, Twitter executives to testify in Sept. on U.S. election meddling

Top executives at Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc have agreed to testify at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in September as part of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections, a person briefed on the matter said on Thursday.

Trump accuses Twitter of stifling Republicans, offers no evidence

President Donald Trump accused Twitter Inc on Thursday of restricting the visibility of prominent U.S. Republicans, without providing evidence, and the avid user of the social media platform promised to investigate.