The social media platform says it'll retroactively apply its changed policy on hacked materials.
COVID helped the company rope in lots of users. It might have gotten them all.
The tweet followed a suspected terror attack in France on Wednesday, in which three people were killed.
Republicans and Democrats are considering reforms to weaken liability protections for social media companies.
The Facebook, Twitter and Google CEOs sparred with a Senate committee over a foundational internet law.
Today's top tech stories include the CEOs of Google, Twitter and Facebook answering lawmakers' questions about content moderation, our Xbox Series X unboxing and AMD's new lineup of powerful graphics cards.
The CEOs of three of the world's biggest online platforms faced a litany of questions from US senators over how they police content online.
The public lets the billionaire know exactly how her bragging went over during a global pandemic.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg discusses what the company is doing to fight foreign government interference in US elections.
Jack Dorsey comes under fire at a congressional hearing over whether Twitter has influence over elections.
The CEOs of Twitter, Alphabet and Facebook testified to congress on laws that protect their companies from the content their users post.
During a congressional hearing on the behavior of big tech, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says his company is beefing up efforts to earn the public's trust.