Republicans have long alleged that social networks are suppressing conservative speech.
In today's top stories, Amazon introduces two Fire TV lines. Meanwhile, Facebook introduces the Ray-Ban Stories with cameras, mics and speakers.
The law would allow residents to sue Facebook, Twitter or YouTube if they feel they were unfairly banned.
Twitter is testing Tweet Reactions in Turkey, but the company could expand the feature to other regions.
Twitter says conversations in a Community will be public during the experiment.
The Star Wars actor's fans hang on his every word.
The bill is awaiting the governor's signature and comes after a judge blocked a similar law in Florida.
In today's top stories, eight states will partner with Apple Wallet for digital IDs, Twitter launches a subscription feature and Elon Musk says the updated Roadster won't ship till 2023.
A small group of users will be able to charge followers a monthly fee for special messages.
Hurricane Ida got downgraded to a tropical storm on Monday, but continues to batter those in its path.
The same messages popped up on Facebook, Instagram and Reddit, NYU researchers found.
Social media didn't exist when the Taliban last held power in Afghanistan. Now the group knows how to weaponize it a number of ways.