Social media platforms have issued bans and takedowns as they face mounting pressure. But how much has really changed?
The Oscar winner's fierce declaration reemerged on social media to turbocharge calls for equity in Hollywood.
A movement to pull ads from the social media platform has grown to 270 companies, including some prominent household names.
President Donald Trump has now been banned from the livestreaming platform Twitch and has seen Twitter take steps to flag his misleading tweets.
The far-right conspiracy movement has flourished amid the pandemic, rendering its disinformation campaign stronger than ever ahead of the presidential election.
Video posted on social media appeared to show a man opening fire into a Kentucky park as people scrambled for cover.
The self-proclaimed "unbiased" alternative to Twitter requires users to agree to pay Parler's legal bills if it gets sued over their posts.
A growing movement has brands reevaluating their relationship with the social media platform.
"We may label tweets containing synthetic and manipulated media to help people understand their authenticity," Twitter said.
“As a Louisvillian, as a human being, I cannot be silent,” the actor wrote.