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Before you join the mass exodus to Threads, it’s worth making sure you aren’t leaving one mismanaged hellscape for another.
The lesson from Musk’s failures is clear: Consistent and enforceable content moderation is the key to social-media success.
This week’s decisions seem to come from an alternate reality where there is no racism, no sexism and no violent anti-LGBTQIA+ agenda.
Hearing the most powerful people in the world repeatedly proclaim that the internet is a necessity — “not a luxury” — is no small thing.
An appeals court ruled that Facebook can be sued for allegedly discriminating on the basis of race and sex in housing advertisements. Here’s what that means.
Black Future Newsstand, which recently debuted in Harlem, is a custom-built art installation that invites the public to imagine a future media that centers Blackness.
Cruz and his cronies were up to their old shenanigans during a Senate hearing on the nomination of Anna Gomez to fill the fifth and final seat at the agency.
During its broadcast of Trump’s post-indictment rally, PBS NewsHour added factual context to the former president’s claims. Right-wing “influencers” vowed revenge.
In May, Free Press staffers discussed First Amendment rights, taught a college class, explored narrative power and imagined a Black future media.
Allowing Twitter to become a hate-posting hellscape has imperiled any of the company’s remaining business prospects.