Social media platforms temporarily blocked Donald Trump’s account after he posted a video addressing protesters who stormed the US Capitol in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results. Twitter has locked the president’s account for 12 hours after removing three tweets and accusing him of excusing violence. Issuing its first ever ban on the president, the social media giant added he will face a “permanent suspension” from the platform if the offending tweets are not deleted.
Labour demands investigation after government used taxpayers' cash for ads targeted at key swing seats in the run-up to the 2019 general election.
A decision not to ban Steve Bannon has prompted anger from users of the social media site who say they've been barred for innocuous posts.
Corbyn ally Roger McKenzie has been referred to the party over an alleged breach of rules, which he denies.
Remember, remember the fifth of November. There are still events taking place during the pandemic.
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Qanon might be an American conspiracy, but cases like my friend show we here in Britain can no longer consider this a faraway, absurd fascination.
Almost 200 million voters in battleground states were categorised and sent tailored ads on Facebook and other platforms, an investigation has claimed.
"It records the minimal amount of personal data and most of the data is only recorded on the phone," says one cyber security expert.
Yet again, Trump officials are using deceptively altered imagery to attack the former vice president.