Twitter Removes Trump Video for Copyright Infringement

The president once again says Twitter is "censoring" him.

Facebook Will Start Labeling State-Controlled Media Outlets

The social network will also block ads from these publishers in the United States.

How John Krasinski’s Some Good News Turned GIFs Into a Marketing Tool

The YouTube hit is approaching 315 million views—on Giphy and Tenor.

What Happens When Politicians Break the Rules on Social Media?

A platform-by-platform guide following Twitter and Facebook’s divergent Trump policies.

Snapchat Will No Longer Promote President Trump’s Account

The platform's Discover channel, a highly curated space, won't allow those who "incite racial violence."

Zuckerberg vs. His Staff: Facebook Employees Livid Over Refusal to Censor Trump

Employees tweeted their discontent and staged virtual walkout.

Twitter Labels Trump Tweet for ‘Glorifying Violence’

It's the second time this week the platform has labeled or restricted the president's tweets.

Trump Wants to Roll Back Protections for Social Media Companies, but Legal Questions Remain

Law experts say the president’s executive order is unconstitutional.

How WSJ and Barron’s Group Grew Their Digital Ad Business Despite the Pandemic

An increase in readership about these uncertain times has been good for their bottom line.

Why Trump Can’t Claim Twitter Is Violating His Free Speech

If anyone is breaching the First Amendment, it's the president.