How President Trump's social media ban may be helping him

How President Trump’s social media ban may be helping him

A Wall Street Journal article suggests former President Donald Trump is benefiting from being banned by major social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, which suspended his accounts after the January 6 assault on the Capitol due to his continued…

Report: Facebook remains extremist breeding ground after January 6

Report: Facebook remains extremist breeding ground after January 6

A D.C.-based watchdog group says Facebook is still a breeding ground for extremism a year after it was used as a tool leading up to and in the aftermath of the U.S. Capitol riot. Katie Paul, director of the Tech…

Report looks into Facebook's role ahead of January 6 attack

Report looks into Facebook’s role ahead of January 6 attack

A new investigation by ProPublica and the Washington Post reveals how Facebook dissolved a “political moderation task force” in the weeks leading up to the January 6 attack on the Capitol. The previously unreported task force was created in an…

What is the metaverse? - BBC News

What is the metaverse? – BBC News

From virtual versions of ourselves to augmented reality, big brands like Meta (formerly Facebook) and Microsoft are creating technology to develop the metaverse. But what actually is it? Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #Metaverse #BBCNews

Facebook whistleblower shares fears about metaverse

Facebook whistleblower shares fears about metaverse

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is raising fears about the metaverse. In an exclusive interview with CBS News, Haugen details why she’s worried the tech giant will struggle to moderate content and keep users safe in the virtual realm. CBSN tech…

Instagram CEO testifies before lawmakers on platform's impact on teen users

Instagram CEO testifies before lawmakers on platform’s impact on teen users

Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri appeared before a Senate subcommittee investigating the social media platform’s potentially harmful impact on young users. CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins CBSN’s Lana Zak to discuss the major moments of the hearing and…

Watch Live: Instagram CEO testifies before Senate panel on the safety of teen users | CBSN

Watch Live: Instagram CEO testifies before Senate panel on the safety of teen users | CBSN

Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri is testifying during a Senate subcommittee hearing on Wednesday. Mosseri’s testimony comes after internal reports, published in The Wall Street Journal, showed Instagram’s parent company Meta knew the platform was harmful for some teenage girls. #live #livenews CBSN…

WorldView: Whistleblower condemns U.K. evacuation of Afghanistan

WorldView: Whistleblower condemns U.K. evacuation of Afghanistan

According to a former diplomat, tens of thousands of Afghans were unable to access U.K. help following the fall of Kabul because of turmoil and confusion in the Foreign Office. Also, Canada is tapping into its strategic reserve of maple…

WorldView: Facebook parent company removes Chinese accounts spreading COVID-19 disinformation

WorldView: Facebook parent company removes Chinese accounts spreading COVID-19 disinformation

The parent company of Facebook and Instagram has taken down more than 600 accounts, pages and groups connected to a Chinese operation spreading COVID-19 disinformation. Meanwhile, a British court dismissed an appeal by a tabloid paper against a ruling that…

Watch Live: Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testifies before Congress | CBSN

Watch Live: Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testifies before Congress | CBSN

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is set to testify before Congress again, starting at 10:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday. Haugen filed complaints with federal law enforcement and told “60 Minutes” in October that in her time at Facebook she saw “conflicts…