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.
Foxx deleted the post but clarified that it was not intended to be antisemitic at all.
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Twitter announced yet another change on Monday to the TweetDeck app, aimed at restricting use to users who pay the subscription fee to have the Verified blue check status.
Instagram recently addressed how the app decides what content you see on your Feed, Stories, Reels and Explore page. It also addressed concerns of people being “shadowbanned."
Could social media for kids be regulated next, like car seats and baby formula? The U.S. surgeon general is pushing policymakers to consider change in a new report on social media and youth mental health.
A group of senators is considering legislation banning social media for children under 13 years old amid growing concerns from parents about the negative impact of social media on children's mental health and well-being.
AI scams that employ synthetic voice and images pull data from TikTok, Facebook and Snapchat to fabricate fake hostages' voices and images, according to a security adviser.
Billionaire Elon Musk has told the BBC that running Twitter has been “quite painful" but that the social media company is now roughly breaking even after he acquired it late last year.
Two new laws prohibit kids under 18 from using social media overnight, require age verification, and open the door to lawsuits on behalf of children claiming social media harmed them.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew is due to answer questions Thursday from U.S. lawmakers concerned about the social media platform's effects on its young user base and possible national security risks.
The actress and singer passed Kylie Jenner as the most-followed woman on the popular social media platform.
During arguments, several justices underscored that there was no evidence linking Twitter, Facebook and Google directly to the 2017 attack on the Reina nightclub in Istanbul.
A case before the U.S. Supreme Court, Gonzalez v. Google, challenges Section 230 — namely whether tech companies are liable for the material posted on their platforms.
A lawsuit against YouTube from the family of an American college student who was killed by Islamic State gunmen in Paris in 2015 is at the center of a closely watched Supreme Court case being argued Tuesday.
Previously, Meta’s blue badges were free and reserved for notable public figures or businesses.
Duolingo says the unlikely love story is yet another reason “to keep up with your daily practice.”
The updates are free for millions of vehicles that are missing a key anti-theft device, an issue that was exploited on social media and led to rampant theft of the cars.
Republican Gov. Mike DeWine's proposal names YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, but it would apply broadly, to any online website, service, product or feature that requires consumer consent to register. It would not apply to “e-commerce” or “online shopping.”
The NWS is aware of possible Twitter disruption but said the public should always have multiple means for receiving weather information and alerts.