Social Media Policies
At social media platforms like LinkedIn, Instagram and TikTok, anti-racist policy enforcement has turned into a mechanism to uphold white supremacy. Along the same lines for some artificial intelligence applications, white-centric data inputs skew user experience and limit our imagining of a more inclusive world.
A report by the SEC released Monday that investigated the trading controversy surrounding GameStop earlier this year has challenged the role of "game-like" trading apps.
Google is capable of collecting mountains of pertinent data, but users are increasingly concerned about their privacy.
"Winning elections is more than just a mandate"
A federal court just ruled that an employer could label his employer a "nasty motherf--ker" online. Is your company's social media policy ready for this?
The blurry screen will be placed over content that has not violated Instagram's policies, but was reported by someone and confirmed to be 'sensitive' by a member of Instagram's review team.
The company's reticence to explain censorship decisions has drawn criticism in many countries around the globe.
Future posts might not be removed even if they violate Facebook's guidelines, as long as they are considered newsworthy.
Consider counterbalancing your freedom of speech with your right to remain silent. Both are precious.
Share your unabashed self online with the people who love you. Don't assume that includes everybody you're doing business with.
A recent algorithm update means the headlines you read on your newsfeed will actually tell you something about the article beneath them.
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Twitter has long come under criticism for not doing enough to police abusive behavior on the often-freewheeling messaging service.