Facebook's Oversight Board is due to rule at 9 am ET whether former President Donald Trump's suspension on the platform should remain permanent. In January, the tech giant suspended Trump's accounts on Facebook and Instagram after a group of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. The decision at the time had the support of most Americans, according a survey from the Harris Poll. But Trump supporters and free speech advocates warned it set a dangerous precedent. Ref. USAToday.
The New York Attorney General's office is investigating former President Donald Trump and his company for potential criminality. It could lead to charges if investigators uncover wrongdoing. Ref. USAToday.
Facebook to uphold suspension of former President Donald Trump for two years. The social network said when Trump's suspension is lifted, he will face a "Strict set of rapidly escalating sanctions" if he commits future violations. Ref. USAToday.
Donald Trump says he will sue CEOs Jack Dorsey of Twitter and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook. Banned from both platforms, the former president announced Wednesday he will file suit to "Hold Big Tech very accountable." Legal analysts say he has little chance of winning in court. Ref. USAToday.