PayPal decided to stop handling financial transactions for the InfoWars online store, which is a big source of revenue for Alex Jones and his brand.
Newsy partners with Intelligence Squared U.S. to restore critical thinking. In this debate, experts consider if social media hurts or helps democracy.
People claimed a photo of Cooper covering hurricane flooding proved he faked floods depths. That's false in many ways.
The proposed law would hit tech companies with hefty fines for not taking down flagged posts within an hour.
Amazon, Google, Twitter, AT&T, Apple and Charter Communications will all send officials to speak before the Senate Commerce Committee.
Other sites including Facebook, YouTube and Spotify have already banned Jones from posting content.
Jack Dorsey's first Congressional hearings involved questions about Russian election interference, as well as policing conservative media on Twitter.
Google, Facebook and Twitter were invited to the hearing and asked to send a senior executive, but Google didn't.
The New Yorker's editor had a change of heart after high-profile celebrities started tweeting they weren't going to its annual festival if Bannon was.
Twitter said the new policy goes into effect Sept. 30.
"I don't even know if they knew she was Russian at the time," Giuliani said of Natalia Veselnitskaya. They knew she was Russian.
Multiple big tech companies are reportedly getting together Friday to talk about ways to tackle election interference ahead of the midterms.