Facebook is hiring a human rights policy director
They'll help the company promote peace and basic human freedoms.
Reddit bans communities promoting QAnon conspiracy theory
They'd repeatedly violated content policies.
Instagram offers help to people struggling with drug abuse
A pop-up appears when people search for drug-related material.
Instagram's emoji shortcuts help you comment in record time
Tell someone their photo is fire without reaching for the keyboard.
Justice Department antitrust head says big tech isn’t necessarily bad
But behaving badly is another story.
Twitter and Periscope now offer audio-only live broadcasts
Twitter radio, anyone?
FCC chairman pushes for internet content transparency laws
Not that he can do anything about it.
Facebook tells Senate it needs help stopping election interference
Sheryl Sandberg says the government should cooperate.
Instagram displays more info to prove popular accounts are legit
You can also use apps for two-factor authentication instead of texts.