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Rapper Ye is no longer buying right-wing social app Parler

Parler is a small platform in the emerging space of right-leaning, far-right and libertarian social apps that promise little to no content moderation to weed out hate speech, racism and misinformation.

Surveilling journalists

SAN FRANCISCO — Journalists with the Central American outlet El Faro claim Israel-based NSO Group used its Pegasus surveillance software to hack their cellphones.

EU warns Musk to beef up Twitter controls ahead of new rules

The bloc's new digital rulebook has made Europe the global leader in the push to rein in the power of social media companies.

Appeals court sides with student whose middle finger cost her a soccer scholarship

The ruling means there may be a trial for a female player who says no male student at the University of Connecticut would have faced so harsh a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Irish watchdog fines Meta 265M euros in latest privacy case

It's the latest in a series of punishments that the watchdog has levied against the company over the past two years.

Survivor ‘look-back’ law broadens Trump sex abuse quagmire

The former president now faces a sexual battery claim that lay dormant for years under a statute of limitations that New York state has put on hold for the next 12 months.