NewsColony

Tag : Facebook, Inc.

Politics

‘Tsunamis of Misinformation’ Overwhelm Local Election Officials

NewsColony
The morning after last month’s presidential debate, the phones inside the Philadelphia election offices that Al Schmidt helps oversee rang off the hook. One caller...
Politics

Republicans Blast Social Media C.E.O.s While Democrats Deride Hearing

NewsColony
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers hammered the chief executives of Twitter, Facebook, Google and one another at a Senate hearing on Wednesday, with Republicans claiming the companies...
Politics

Hunter Biden Allegation Prompts Pushback from Facebook, Twitter

NewsColony
The Biden campaign on Wednesday rejected a New York Post report about Joseph R. Biden Jr. and his son Hunter that the nation’s leading social...
News

Terrifying moment that broke Erin Molan

NewsColony
Erin Molan has revealed the terrifying moment she believed an online troll was breaking into her home at 2am to attack her unborn daughter —...
Politics

Facebook Widens Ban on Political Ads as Alarm Rises Over Election

NewsColony
#styln-signup .styln-signup-wrapper { max-width: calc(100% – 40px); width: 600px; margin: 20px auto; padding: 20px 0 5px; border-top: 1px solid #e2e2e2; border-bottom: 1px solid #e2e2e2; }...
Politics

Big Tech Was Their Enemy, Until Partisanship Fractured the Battle Plans

NewsColony
WASHINGTON — For all the divisions in Washington, one issue that had united Republicans and Democrats in recent years was their animus toward the power...
News

COVID-19 putting Teflon Don to the test

NewsColony
Just how sick is President Trump? It’s the question that has put the entire world — and the wildest election campaign in living memory —...
Politics

Short of Money to Run Elections, Local Authorities Turn to Private Funds

NewsColony
WASHINGTON — Facing mounting expenses and with Congress yet to provide more money, election administrators across the country are struggling to meet the extraordinary costs...