Ukraine asked Meta to "open the rules" on its moderating policy in order to help Ukrainians tell "the truth about the war."
Nick Clegg of parent company Meta said people in Russia can continue to access Facebook and Instagram as they are using social media platforms to protest and organize against the war in Ukraine.
A vice president at Meta, formerly known as Facebook, addressed the issues raised by whistleblower Frances Haugen during an event at the 2021 Web Summit.
Nick Clegg has acknowledged that social bans raised significant questions over big tech's role in the democratic process.
Facebook announced Monday that it will not submit speech by politicians to its new independent fact checkers, and "generally allow it on the platform even when it would otherwise breach our normal content rules."
Cabinet veteran Ken Clarke says collaborative government was abandoned under Tony Blair and then Cameron.
The U.K.'s former deputy prime minister tells Newsweek his coalition partners shifted to the right.
U.K.'s former deputy prime minister on Brexit, the Tories and what he'd have done differently in hindsight.
Former deputy prime minister said that Conservatives cut welfare to further their electoral aims.
Supposed EU advocates had been failing for years to make the positive case for Britain's membership.
Two polls on the final day of campaigning found Labour and the Conservatives tied
Labour leader polls 35% after debating four smaller party leaders, including SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, who got 31%.
The Lib Dem leader is trailing Labour by two points.
Bubbling under the UK's general election campaign is a promised referendum on EU membership. Is Britain heading for the way out?
The three main parties all held events as the campaign proper for the May election kicked off
Britain's security services have for years been accused of colluding in the ill-treatment of suspected militants.
The divide between Lib Dems and Conservatives is growing rapidly as the general election approaches
The scandal has gathered pace after a father said his son may have been murdered by a VIP paedophile ring
A minister accused the Conservative Party of "suppressing" the report, which found that tougher drug laws do not lead to lower levels of use, for months
A new jargon-busting website helps cut out the chaff from political speeches, and identify the worst offenders
In an interview with Newsweek Europe ahead of two key by-elections, Nigel Farage also branded Conservative MPs racist and snobbish
Brett and Naghemeh King are to be released from custody and reunited with their son after the CPS withdrew warrants for their arrest