Study finds half of Americans get news on social media, but percentage has dropped

A new report from Pew Research finds that around a third of U.S. adults continue to get their news regularly from Facebook, though the

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OnlyFans’ explicit content ban should spark a conversation about a creators’ bill of rights

Bremner Morris Contributor Bremner Morris is CMO/CRO of Rally, a crypto platform that allows creators and artists to launch their own digital currency and

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A mathematician walks into a bar (of disinformation)

Disinformation, misinformation, infotainment, algowars — if the debates over the future of media the past few decades have meant anything, they’ve at least left

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Trouble in fandom paradise: Tumblr users lash out against its beta subscription feature

The Tumblr community often refers to itself as the Wild West of the internet, and they’re not wrong. A text post with over 70,000

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Instagram adds new controls for limiting sexual and violent content in the Explore tab

Instagram is giving its users a tiny bit more power to see what they want — and not see what they don’t want —

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Biden’s sweeping executive order takes on Big Tech’s ‘bad mergers,’ ISPs and more

The Biden administration just introduced a sweeping, ambitious plan to forcibly inject competition into some consolidated sectors of the American economy — the tech

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Amazon launches miniTV, a free video streaming service, in India

Amazon, which already charges some of the world’s lowest fees for Prime Video in India, is going a step further to win more users

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