[Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez] demonstrated that the social network does not think it is its responsibility to judge the veracity of shared information.
Together with Apple, Google powers virtually all mobile phones, dominates 90% of Internet searches, and monopolizes, along with Facebook, two-thirds of online advertising.
It wasn’t very savvy of Facebook to prohibit Trump from running an ad on his wife Melania’s birthday this spring.
[T]he United States is in no position to preach about fair play when its president has embarked on an all-out trade war that is as useless as it is dangerous.
Google is about to succeed in what Lenin and Stalin had failed—imposing communism around the world.
Artificial intelligence requires data – lots and lots of data – to truly become intelligent. And we are the ones who provide that data.
Zuckerberg is throwing the ball back into the politicians’ court.
We must think twice before allowing Facebook to become a player that is capable, by virtue of its size, of introducing a new way of destabilizing the system.