The tech giants' vaccine requirements could push other employers to follow suit.
The Facebook-owned app is making new accounts for kids under 16 private by default, amid growing pressure over child safety and privacy.
Democratic senators have introduced a bill that would hold Facebook, YouTube and other social media companies responsible if they promote harmful health claims on their platforms.
In a new book, Cecilia Kang and Sheera Frenkel say Facebook failed in its effort to combat disinformation. "Facebook knew the potential for explosive violence was very real [on Jan 6]," Kang says.
After a pandemic pause last year, the top brass of tech, media and markets descended in central Idaho for an annual gathering. This is what it was like to be there this year.
The former president filed suit against three of the nation's biggest tech giants, alleging they wrongfully kicked him off their platforms after a mob of his supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is expected to attend. So is Apple's Tim Cook. A look inside the Sun Valley conference for top media and tech moguls organized by a little known investment firm.
The new Federal Trade Commission chair's first big challenge will be rewriting a lawsuit against Facebook that a federal court tossed out earlier this week.
The decision is a blow to the Federal Trade Commission and 48 state attorneys general, who were pushing for the federal court to break up the social media giant.
Deepfakes are altered photos, videos, and still images that use artificial intelligence to appear realistic. They've become harder to detect.
Live conversations on Clubhouse and Twitter took off during the pandemic, connecting people online when they couldn't in real life. Now social media companies are scrambling to launch audio features.
Facebook says former President Donald Trump is locked out of its platform and Instagram until at least Jan. 7, 2023. It will reinstate him only "if the risk to public safety has receded."
Facebook says it's working on a safer version of Instagram just for kids. Many parents worry about their kids' use of social media — but they don't trust Facebook's solution.
The executive branch of the European Union is asking Facebook, Google, Twitter and others to provide details on how they are responding to disinformation on their platforms.
The majority of false claims about COVID-19 vaccines on social media trace back to just a handful of influential figures. So why don't the companies just shut them down?