Roger Stone Gets Caught in Facebook’s Coordinated Inauthentic Activity Net

The political consultant was linked to several pages associated with far-right neo-fascist organization Proud Boys.

Most Americans Don’t Trust President Trump’s Covid-19 Briefings

Pew Research found the CDC is a trusted source for virus information.

Upon Further Review, Facebook Will Label Politicians’ Posts That Violate Its Rules

The social network also updated its efforts to prevent voter suppression, provide accurate voting information.

TikTok Users Abandon Carts En Masse on President Trump’s Online Store

The hope is that it will waste his campaign team's advertising dollars, and experts say that's likely the case.

Twitter Makes National Election Days Paid Holidays for Employees Worldwide

Teams responsible for functions such as security will be on-hand during votes.

As Masks Become Political, Vistaprint’s Ad Celebrates Them as Signs of Love and Solidarity

The online printing brand is also donating $1.5 million to small and Black-owned businesses.

Trump Tweets Fake CNN Clip of ‘Racist Baby,’ Twitter Labels It ‘Manipulated Media’

The president keeps breaking rules on his favorite social media platform.

Facebook Removes Trump Campaign Ads for Including Symbol Used by Nazis

The platform has been criticized for not taking down posts in the past, including a recent one about Black Lives Matter protesters.

Facebook Users Can Now Opt Out of Seeing Political Ads

Social network has been criticized for allowing false ads from politicians and other groups.

Reddit Users to CEO: Root Out Racism on the Platform Once and for All

Site rules leave many decisions about what's acceptable up to volunteer moderators.