The law has protected Facebook and other social media giants from legal liability. As a whistleblower casts blame, lawmakers say it should be changed to hold companies accountable.
In today's top stories, Donald Trump asks a federal court to restore his Twitter account while his lawsuit against the company continues. Meanwhile, a new version of iOS fixes a couple of pesky bugs.
The former president asks a US court to issue a preliminary injunction that would restore access to his Twitter account.
Instagram and other social media sites are accused of not doing enough to protect the mental health of teens and young adults.
In today's top stories, there could be a unified charging port standard for portable devices if the European Commission gets its way. In ironic news, a leaked email by Tim Cook says that Apple does not tolerate leaks.
The social media company is rolling out its tipping feature globally today.
The social network has changed a lot since 2016.
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.