With Donald Trump no longer the heart of online discourse, there's room for a powerful shift.
Mark Zuckerberg booted Trump earlier this month for inciting a riot. But the former president’s future on the platform will be determined by an oversight board whose recommendations could set a major precedent.
Facebook has to decide whether to give the ex-president his bullhorn back. It won’t make that call itself.
Facebook has to decide whether to give the ex-president his bullhorn back. It won't make that call by itself.
Plus: Zuckerberg’s community manifesto, how to hold platforms accountable, and an accidental admission in Congress.