Facebook permanently barred several high profile accounts Thursday.
Facebook banned far-right and anti-Semitic figures from its platform.
Laura Loomer, Alex Jones and others were all kicked off of Facebook and soon will be kicked off of Instagram as well.
A lobbying alliance is spending tens of millions of dollars to prevent Medicare for All legislation and maintain the private health insurance status quo.
Donald Trump Jr. has taken his repeated claims of social media censorship one step further, accusing Instagram "gods" of deleting his photographs solely because he appears in them.
Trump has nearly five times as many Facebook likes than Sanders has on his presidential campaign page.
"We've fixed the underlying issue and are notifying people whose contacts were imported," Facebook said in a statement.
"A Googler who was in Charleston 1295 [a Google office] on Thursday, April 4, has been diagnosed with measles," Google in-house doctor David Kaye said, noting that this "is just a precaution."
"I thought that if we didn't move quickly, I would not be able to help him."
An East Dallas homeowner threatened to call ICE on two Hispanic women operating a food truck close to her home.
The individuals appeared in court Monday on charges of illegally distributing a video the gunman live-streamed of the shooting that left 50 dead.
The New Zealand shooter declared that he supported President Trump "as a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose."
"[They] allow the live streaming of suicides, rapes, and murders, continue to host and publish the mosque attack video, allow advertisers to target 'Jew haters' and other hateful market segments, and refuse to accept any responsibility for any content or harm," the country's privacy commissioner said.
HUD is suing Facebook on charges of housing discrimination, but only after the company refused to grant the government access to personalized user data, a company spokesperson told Newsweek.
"Facebook Live will continue to be unmonitored and unmanaged," one New Zealand technology commentator noted.
"He said it as a joke, but it was a sexual comment. And I was just like, 'You can't say those kinds of things anymore,'" Representative Katie Hill of California said in a recent interview with The Lily.
Neptune Lester Hugo Steele, 47, was arrested on Monday after a video of him dragging around a cat on a leash attached to the back of his motorized scooter was uploaded to Facebook.