The former president, now suspended from social media, congratulated the country on its national Twitter ban.
There are conditions, but the former president could return to the platform before the 2024 election.
Not so fast, Don.
The former president won't be updating his status any time soon.
Australia has moved forward with a proposal to force social media and search companies to pay media outlets for their content.
Boris Johnson has weighed in on the debate surrounding the regulation of social media giants, alongside a number of European leaders.
While we may welcome social media companies action on Trump, it’s crucial that we ask why big tech didn't act sooner, writes Seyi Akiwowo.
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.