A new Tech Transparency Project report shows how X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, is providing premium, paid services to accounts for two leaders of a U.S.-designated terrorist group and several other organizations sanctioned by the U.S. government.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project (TTP) published a new investigation showing that Meta approved a series of teen-targeted ads for drug parties, extreme weight loss and other harmful activities that violated its policies.
Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to Senators Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) highlighting incomplete and misleading information contained within Circle's response to previous concerns CfA raised about the company’s operations.
The Tech Transparency Project and the Real Facebook Oversight Board released a searchable database of donations made by Meta and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, to a broad array of colleges and universities across the United States.
A new report from the Tech Transparency Project and Anti-Defamation League details how antisemitic and white supremacist groups and their supporters use Facebook Pages, YouTube channels, and X accounts to funnel people to off-platform websites that solicit donations, sell memberships, or market hate-related merchandise.
A Tech Transparency Project report shows how white supremacists with X Premium accounts are seizing on the Israel-Hamas conflict to amplify antisemitism, Islamophobia, and broader anti-immigrant hate narratives on the platform.
Today, Campaign for Accountability sent a letter to Senators Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) alerting them to additional facts surrounding the role that crypto entrepreneur Justin Sun, his blockchain TRON, and the US-based stablecoin issuer Circle may be playing in the financing of terrorist organizations.
Campaign for Accountability’s comment explains why the Chamber’s Petition looks to be a bald-faced attempt at protecting Big Tech profits by making it easier to disqualify Chair Lina Khan from participating in future cases.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report which shows that X, formerly Twitter, is allowing premium subscriber accounts to spread Hamas propaganda videos with violent images of the group’s attack on Israel.
A new review by the Tech Transparency Project (TTP) and the Anti-Defamation League examines whether major social media platforms are potentially generating profit by placing advertisements alongside search query results for hate groups and extremists.