The bans follow Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Social media platforms have often resisted calls to restrict controversial content.
Erik Gordon thinks we won't see Facebook broken up and spun off into smaller separate companies.
The Trump administration and some lawmakers on Capitol Hill want to change the way companies like Facebook handle problematic user posts.
Reddit's co-founder and CEO reflects on the social media platform as it turns 15.
A former Facebook policy worker says platforms have a lot to lose if they don't crack down on misinformation.
Facebook went live 15 years ago. But how did social media shape the (greater) social network?