The digital world is not designed to keep women safe. New regulations should be.
We’ve given up too much control over our digital lives. We need a law to take some of it back.
A simple rule that bolsters the banking system — “know your customer” — could help combat fake news and hate speech online if companies like Facebook and Twitter embraced it.
The company said it had improved artificial intelligence to stop dead people’s profiles “from showing up in places that might cause distress.”
Jake Orta was not aware he was searching the bins of Mark Zuckerberg’s house until we told him who owned the place.
A growing number of countries are now eager to punish Facebook and other internet companies for harmful material on their platforms.
Not in the United States, anyway.
Plus, the latest news on Boeing’s plane troubles, and more Brexit angst.
Asking tech leaders how to regulate their own industry might be like “asking the foxes how best to guard the henhouse.”
Parliament adopted a measure that would criminalize “abhorrent violent material” shared on social media platforms, threatening huge fines for tech companies and jail for their employees.