Tech giant has insisted on protecting the president’s right to mislead the public and distort facts, writes Julia Carrie Wong
Julia Carrie WongI wrote about Facebook's decision to let politicians lie in advertisements – and what it reveals about the company's and Mark Zuckerberg's basic political programming – here
Julia Carrie WongOnce again for those who missed this: Facebook *did* censor Trump’s false Biden ads, for saying “son of a bitch” without bleeping it.
Why does Facebook’s fundamental belief in free expression privilege the right of a politician to lie but not to swear?
About 35 minutes was broadcast live on Twitch in latest instance of extremists using shootings to promote propaganda
Julia Carrie WongI know there is a lot going on but it is truly disconcerting how little attention is being paid in the US to an attempted Yom Kippur massacre at a German synagogue that followed the Christchurch killer’s social media playbook and left two dead
An attempt by contract workers to unionize has brought the city’s industrial past crashing into the 21st century
Julia Carrie WongA group of Google contractors in Pittsburgh will vote on whether to unionize with the United Steelworkers tomorrow.
Far from Silicon Valley’s center of gravity, they are at the very center of urgent questions about the future of a tech-driven economy.