ACLU sues US government over social media surveillance of immigrants
It’s seeking more information about the policy.
Banning Alex Jones proves Twitter can’t be impartial
And that might be a good thing.
Jeff Sessions worries social networks are 'intentionally stifling' speech
He's in talks over allegations of censorship and anti-competitiveness.
Microsoft threatened to unplug Gab over anti-Semitic posts
The original poster, a California Senate candidate, voluntarily deleted them.
Texas court rules 2015 revenge porn law is unconstitutional
The law was too vague in defining the practice and could be applied over-broadly, said the court.
YouTube bans Neo-Nazi group following backlash over hate speech
The Daily Beast, Vice and ProPublica all reported on the group in the last week.
Telegram suspends channel for encouraging violent Iran protests
It underscores the balancing act social media services face.
China's censors have taken down 13,000 websites in 3 years
It has also taken down nearly 10 million accounts.
Al Jazeera’s Snapchat channel blocked in Saudi Arabia
Snap claims it has no choice but to comply with local laws.