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.
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.
Comedian and actor Leslie Jordan died Monday at age 67. His career spanned decades, but it was during the COVID-19 pandemic that his jovial personality began reaching the masses.
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.
From celebrities to regular users, many people are complaining that Instagram doesn't know what users want. Here's what you can do to clean up your feed and get rid of suggested posts.
Facebook is overhauling its flagship app and Instagram to be more like the video platform that's so popular with Gen Z. Some people, like Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, say it's trying too hard.
In a new report, GLAAD found that 84% of LGBTQ adults said not enough protections are on social media to prevent discrimination, harassment or disinformation.
Social media posts ostensibly aimed to help women living in states where preexisting laws banning abortion suddenly snapped into effect last Friday.
Meta is taking steps to give parents and guardians more oversight of their teens' activities on Instagram and Quest — implementing changes it had announced in recent months.
The ruling amounts to an immediate ban of Facebook and Instagram in Russia, where both platforms are already blocked. WhatsApp, which is owned by the same company, is still allowed.
Sister app Instagram is also launching new parental controls, as the social media company faces pressure to address safety risks to kids in virtual reality.
Russia's top prosecutor called for Facebook and Instagram's parent company to be labeled an extremist group after Meta said it would permit some calls for violence against "Russian invaders."
Thursday on Political Rewind: A bill from the Georgia Senate would allow people to sue companies if their social media posts are removed or altered. The University of Georgia released a study saying abortions could be cut down with access to more morning-after pills. And texts are released from defendants in Ahmaud Arbery's murder.
The bipartisan Kids Online Safety Act comes amid mounting frustration in Washington that apps like Instagram and YouTube aren't doing enough to protect their youngest users.