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Policy

From platform moderation on Facebook and YouTube to big government struggles like the FCC and privacy regulation, policy is where we take on the rules of the internet. Watch here to follow Ajit Pai's ongoing fight against net neutrality, and Europe's push to protect its citizens' data with the GDPR. We're tracking broadband speeds to look for carrier throttling, making sure your connection stays clean. We're tracking moderation and free speech online, making sure the policies match up with what's happening in the real world. The law isn't always made with the internet in mind, and with antitrust and monopoly concerns overwhelming tech giants, there aren't many powers left standing up for the open web. So check in here to keep an eye on those stories, and we'll make sure you stay ahead of the rules of the internet — even the weird and confusing ones.

A Twitter joke about MSNBC and World War Z turned into a misinformation nightmare

Publishers sue Internet Archive over Open Library ebook lending

Facebook employees walk out in protest of Donald Trump’s posts

The Verge guide to using social media

It’s easier than you think

Reddit and Twitter join the fight against US demands for visa applicants’ online handles

Reddit and Twitter say anonymity “allows the free exchange of ideas to flourish”

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Trump vs. Twitter: The president takes on social media moderation

Facebook won’t take any action on Trump’s post about shootings in Minnesota

The United States will cut ties with the World Health Organization, says President Trump

Vergecast: Examining Donald Trump’s executive order targeting social media

Twitter isn’t a government, but it’s the best one we’ve got

Joe Biden doesn’t like Trump’s Twitter order, but still wants to revoke Section 230

Ted Cruz wants Twitter investigated over Iran sanctions compliance

Instacart’s tip-baiting system is short-changing shoppers, senators say