Freshman state Senator Shawn Still of Norcross is the only Georgia lawmaker indicted this week along with former President Donald Trump.
A Columbus lawyer who sued Facebook and won has received his $52,000 judgment.
Twelve voting rights organizations tell Meta its new social media site Threads needs a robust plan to ensure election disinformation doesn't go viral during the 2024 elections.
Research conducted at the height of the 2020 election reveals new details about how Facebook's algorithms handle political content. But it suggests there are no easy fixes to political polarization.
An attorney from Columbus, Ga., is now collecting stories in the hope of helping others wrongfully sent to "Facebook jail."
The last person Jeff Ibrahim expected to face in the gold medal round of a jiu-jitsu competition in California was tech entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg.
From Australia to Canada, Big Tech has resisted lawmakers' efforts to force them to pay news publishers for carrying their articles. Now, that battle is playing out in California.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission ruled the tech company breached European privacy laws by transferring user data from Europe to the U.S., where
The settlement stems from a lawsuit alleging Facebook developers sold user data to Cambridge Analytica, a former political consulting firm, to target people in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The wave of layoffs in tech, media and elsewhere is affecting a sizable number of people who are out on medical or parental leave. While legal, it can make a bad situation even worse.
The war in Ukraine is also playing out online, where Russia is using propaganda, fake accounts, and manipulated videos and images to deflect blame and undermine support for Ukraine.
Instagram and Facebook are launching a new paid verification service, Meta Verified. Here's what it means — and how it compares to Twitter Blue.
The social media company is letting a two-year ban, imposed after Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, expire.
Seattle Public Schools is suing Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok and Snapchat for exacerbating the mental health crisis among its students.
The proposed settlement is a result of revelations that the information of up to 87 million people may have been improperly shared with the data analytics firm that worked for political campaigns.
From Facebook's troubled pivot to the metaverse to Twitter's management chaos to industry-wide layoffs, social media companies have had a rocky 2022