New Mexicoās attorney general is suing the parent company of Facebook and Instagram claiming it failed to protect underage users from exposure to child sexual abuse material and let adults solicit pornographic imagery from them.
The draw ceremony for the European Championship in menās soccer has been disrupted by unexplained noises that competed for attention with the team names being read out on stage in Hamburg.
Tech executives at Microsoft and Amazon have dropped out of an upcoming software conference after at least one of the women on the agenda turned out to be fake.
Russiaās interior ministry has added the spokesman of U.S. technology company Meta to a wanted list according to its online database.
The Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota is defending itself from claims of political bias after an unofficial message cautioning airmen to not attend a conservative political rally began circulating on social media.
The Maryland Attorney General has suspended a member of the stateās new commission aimed at addressing hate crimes after she posted on social media criticizing the recent actions of Israel in Gaza.
Unlike Google, Facebook and countless other tech giants, the company behind ChatGPT was not created to be a business.
Taylor Swift has postponed a concert in Rio de Janeiro after a 23-year-old fan died during her Friday night show.
Fox Sports and Amazon host Charissa Thompson has taken to social media to clarify her comments on a podcast earlier this week that she āwould make upā sideline reports during NFL games.
IBM, EU, Disney and others pull ads from Elon Muskās X as concerns about antisemitism fuel backlash
Advertisers are fleeing social media platform X over concerns about their ads showing up next to pro-Nazi content, hate speech on the site in general or billionaire owner Elon Muskās own posts endorsing an antisemitic conspiracy theory.
The Federal Trade Commission says it issued warnings to two food and beverage industry groups, as well as to a dozen online influencers and dieticians for failing to adequately disclose paid social media posts that promoted a sweetener and sugary products.
Moms for Liberty says itās removed two Kentucky chapter chairs from leadership positions after they posed in photos with members of the far-right group the Proud Boys.
Nikki Haley says anonymity online poses a ānational security threat.ā The GOP presidential contender Tuesday called for user verification and said social media networks should reveal their algorithms.
Matthew Perryās āFriendsā co-stars are sharing more remembrances of the star in their first personal social media posts since the actorās death last month.
Microsoft and Meta have released initiatives designed to help voters know when they see a political ad containing altered images, video or audio.
A Meta engineer saw his own child face harassment on Instagram. Now, heās testifying before Congress
On the same day whistleblower Frances Haugen was testifying before Congress about the harms of Facebook and Instagram to children in the fall of 2021, Arturo BĆ©jar, then a contractor at the social media giant, sent an email to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the same topic.
Mark Zuckerbergās latest martial arts sparring session sent him to the operating table. The Meta Platforms CEO and mixed martial arts enthusiast posted on social media Friday that he tore one of his anterior cruciate ligaments, or ACLs, while training for a fight early next year.
European privacy officials have widened a ban on Metaās ābehavioral advertisingā practices to most of Europe.
The Supreme Court is wrestling with whether public officials can block critics from commenting on their social media accounts.
The Supreme Court is tackling the question of when public officials can block critics from commenting on their social media accounts.
Facebook and Instagram users in Europe are getting the option to pay for ad-free versions of the social media platforms as a way to comply with the continentās strict data privacy rules.
A former high-profile Myanmar army officer who had served as information minister and presidential spokesperson in a previous military-backed government has been arrested and charged with spreading false or inflammatory news.
One year ago, billionaire Elon Musk walked into Twitterās San Francisco headquarters with a white bathroom sink and a grin, fired its CEO and other top executives and began transforming the social media platform into what is now known as X.
Facebook parent Meta has posted sharply higher earnings for the third quarter, boosted by an increase in advertising revenue and lower expenses after it laid off thousands of workers.
Dozens of U.S. states, including California, New York, Arizona and Indiana are suing Meta Platforms Inc. for harming young peopleās mental health and contributing the youth mental health crisis by knowingly designing features on Instagram and Facebook that addict children to the platforms.
Dozens of US states, including California, New York, Arizona and Indiana are suing Meta Platforms Inc. for harming young peopleās mental health and contributing the youth mental health crisis by knowingly designing features on Instagram and Facebook that addict children to the platforms.
The Supreme Court allows the White House to continue work to combat controversial social media posts
The Supreme Court says it will indefinitely block a lower court order curbing Biden administration efforts to combat controversial social media posts on topics including COVID-19 and election security.
An employee with the Illinois comptrollerās office has been fired after she posted antisemitic comments on social media during an exchange about the latest Israel-Hamas war.
Bayern Munich has decided not to sanction Noussair Mazraoui after the Morocco right back expressed support for Palestinians on social media.
The European Union has demanded Meta and TikTok detail their efforts to curb illegal content and disinformation during the Israel-Hamas war.
A right-wing social media influencer has been sentenced to seven months in federal prison for spreading falsehoods via Twitter, now known as X, in an effort to suppress Democratic turnout in the 2016 presidential election.