Social media firms could be ‘more open’, says head of ad watchdog
‘It's not as transparent as we'd like,’ says ASA chairman David Currie
Social media bans don't just hurt those you disagree with
Those applauding the banning of Alex Jones et al might want to pause to consider that it is not only far-right drum-bangers who lose access to their accounts.
Sri Lanka reimposes social media ban after Easter Sunday bombings
Several mosques and Muslim homes damaged in escalating violence
Russian troll farms and far right ‘meddling in EU elections’
'The goal here is bigger than any one election. It is to constantly divide, increase distrust and undermine our faith in institutions and democracy itself'
Zuckerberg has a new podcast where he tries to figure out the future
The Facebook CEO faces widespread criticism over his handling of a series of scandals that have plagued the social network
Facebook expecting $5bn fine for privacy violations
Social media giant is being investigated by US Federal Trade Commission over Cambridge Analytica data scandal
Social media firms to be legally forced to protect users
Government proposes regulator with power to issues fines and block access to sites
Government and Facebook are about to decide how we live
Politicians and technology companies finally agree that something must be done – now we might see what that looks like