ICYMI, here's 2021 in a nutshell
Reserved for private users
Remove those followers
It's an experiment for now
Starting in the United States
Swears it's not a dislike button, though
Ending on August 3
Available in Canada and Australia, for now.
When an aging police force meets the Internet
Far more simpler to apply
There's so many of them in 2021
Gearing up its subscription model
Why is the government censoring the flow of information?
Perfect for mistakes
Plus, a Facebook Groups-like feature
The winner is a new app called Koo
After violating policies even after warnings
Plus other platforms
But Mark Zuckerberg isn't fully convinced yet
After a long beta phase
Won't be ready before the US elections
Goes against their rules
They're working on improving it
Embassy is blaming anti-China hackers
According to new reports
To recover advertising losses
Twitter is already investigating
China is trying to curb free speech
Now speak to your followers directly!
In recent years, Facebook has been increasingly scrutinized for violating users’ privacy. As such, various alternatives have launched that promise to respect the user’s privacy. The...
Accounts spread pro-China coronavirus messages
Here's everything you need to know
The blue ticks are making a comeback
And other ways to secure your online profile
Sending tweets just got more flexible
Facebook and Twitter have issued statements
Reacting to Twitter fact-checking Trump
Even Twitter's had enough!
Even after the pandemic ends
Misinformation is a menace for every platform
Fighting misinformation together
At least, their CEO believes so
@jack says they will "probably never do it"
For better or worse?
No more NSFW
Should inactive accounts be forced out?
More than 6,000 accounts hacked