The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing scheduled for Jan. 31 where five major social media platform CEOs will testify on online child exploitation.
The complaint also claims Meta knew, but never disclosed, it had received millions of complaints about underage users on Instagram but only acted on some of those accounts.
Travelers have increasingly relied on social media platforms to contact airlines regarding flight issues so they can avoid waiting on hold for a customer service agent.
Saying Taylor Swift's name in this family home will cost you — "Travis Kelce included."
Here's how to make money on TikTok using the platform's newer Creativity Program.
The Federal Trade Commission plans to hire child psychologists who can guide the organization's work to keep young Americans safe while using the internet.
First animated GIFs, now polls. The Instagram comment section is getting more interactive.
The site formerly known as Twitter has begun charging a $1 fee to new users in two countries in an effort to cut down on the spam and fake accounts.
Meta established a "special operations center" with experts, including those who speak Hebrew and Arabic fluently, to monitor Facebook and Instagram and remove content that violates policies faster.
In response, one expert said the moderation efforts from X, formerly known as Twitter, "are only addressing a drop in the bucket."
Montana was the first state to pass a complete ban on TikTok, based on the argument that the Chinese government could gain access to user information.
Meta said that only public posts were used to train the company's AI tool.
Meta reportedly is hoping to roll out paid subscriptions in the coming months as a way to comply with the European Union's strict data privacy rules.
The justices will review laws enacted by Republican-dominated legislatures and signed by Republican governors in Florida and Texas.
Linda Yaccarino said the platform is close to breaking even.
Taylor Swift posted an Instagram Story urging her 272 million followers to register to vote using Vote.org. Swifties did not disappoint.
A Massachusetts teenager died Friday after he took part in a viral social media trend known as the "One Chip Challenge," which the teen's family believes contributed to his untimely death, according to reports.
The Social Media Safety Act was set to take effect Friday, Sept. 1, and would have been the first in the nation to be implemented.
Many X users say blocking is a key feature on the platform.
“I offered a real date,” Zuckerberg wrote, saying that it’s time “we can all agree Elon isn’t serious.” Their back-and-forth over the proposed cage fight has been going on all summer.