The president of the literary agency announced the agent's termination in a series of tweets on Monday.
Parler was unfairly singled out for scrutiny and any federal probe should also include Facebook and Twitter, two House Oversight Committee Republicans said in letter on Monday.
The pilot project, being tested in the U.S., will let users flag posts they believe contain false claims.
Illicit online content continues to proliferate and has become increasingly violent and harmful to our nation's youth.
Lindell is a businessman, Republican donor and a supporter of former president Donald Trump known to spread conspiracy theories challenging the outcome of the 2020 election.
"Lin Wood has been terminated as counsel at this time," Trump supporter Nicholas Sandman tweeted on Monday.
"I owe an apology and I offer it humbly," Representative Jeff Pyle said, but declined to specifically reference Dr. Rachel Levine in his statement.
People quickly showed love for a clip of two skaters gently guiding an older woman down the street.
"We were at the house and, all of a sudden, a whole bunch of police was asking us to come out," Siwa said on Instagram after the incident.
White supremacists highlight the importance of engaging with Trump supporters strategically, when attempting to radicalize them.
The "Hustlers" star is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her hit "My Love Don't Cost A Thing," but her Twitter challenge has left fans confused.
Curtis Ingraham was responding to his sister's tweet referring to Dr. Anthony Fauci as "Dr. Doom."
Prince Harry has spoken out on the threat posed by social media and why they need to be held accountable, warning: "We are losing loved ones to conspiracy theories."
Nick Clegg has acknowledged that social bans raised significant questions over big tech's role in the democratic process.
The social media site has gained 2.5 million new users in the past week, and doubled its membership since June.
An investigation is underway after a girl died in Palermo after allegedly taking part in the "Blackout Challenge."
A search for the Twitter account of far-right social networking site Gab resulted in a message that "this account doesn't exist" as of Friday night.
Garret Miller told a social media commenter during the Capitol riot that he and others had "stormed" the Capitol building.
A controversial TikToker known as Miss Kadie promotes veganism on her social media.
Anthime Joseph Gionet, formerly known on YouTube as Baked Alaska, is among a number of alt-right figures who have been banned from TikTok in the aftermath of the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
The "Blackout Challenge" is sometimes called the "Choking Game" and has been around, online and offline, for years.
Russia's media watchdog has asked the video-sharing app to clamp down on posts calling for young people to attend nationwide protests on Saturday.
"God is not on the Democrats' side. And if patriots have to kill 60 million of these communists, it is God's will," the lawyer allegedly wrote on social media.
Text inside the graphic posted by the Iranian news agency indicates that "revenge is inevitable" against former President Donald Trump for ordering the killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.
Patrick Casey, who was also a key figure in the since-disbanded American Identity Movement, was confirmed to have been banned from the platform for violating community guidelines.
The former president had his personal Twitter account permanently suspended following the Capitol riot.
Messages from the Fox News host and the politician appeared on the Parler web page this week, as the social network continues to hunt for a new hosting provider.
Policies that treat corporations more favorably than individuals and other business structures are not free-market economics.
Viewers of the festivities today were reminded of Gaines, Brooks' long-lost alter-ego from the 1990s.