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
One of the plaintiffs says he contacted Facebook several times about posts threatening violence against his father, who was murdered by members of a militant group.
As artificial intelligence becomes more widely available, bad actors are turning to computer-generated faces in their attempts to manipulate social media networks.
Oversight board says Facebook parent Meta appears to be more concerned with avoiding "provoking" VIPs and evading accusations of censorship than balancing tricky questions of free speech and safety.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologizes for the layoffs, which represent the first large-scale workforce reduction in the company's 18-year history.
The company, which also owns Instagram and WhatsApp, has lost a half-trillion dollars in market value so far this year.
The penalty issued by a Washington state judge was the maximum allowed for more than 800 violations of the state's Fair Campaign Practices Act.
Facebook and Instagram's parent company Meta reported a revenue drop for the second time in its history. Snapchat, Microsoft and Google also reported losses in the last quarter.
Meta says it has disrupted a large Russian network of fake accounts pushing a pro-Kremlin view of the war in Ukraine and a separate Chinese campaign targeting the U.S. midterm elections.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and TikTok are bringing back familiar strategies from 2020 to fight the spread of disinformation in the 2022 midterm elections.
Meta, the parent company of the social media platform, says a configuration change caused the issue with users' feeds early Wednesday morning.
The influencer and former kickboxer was banned from multiple social media platforms after violating their policies. The influencer's misogynistic remarks have reached millions across the internet.