Meta will start labeling images created with leading artificial intelligence tools in the coming months, amid growing worries about the potential for AI to mislead.
The top tech executives from Meta, X, TikTok, Snap and Discord get the fifth degree from the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The social media company says it's introducing new policies to restrict teens from seeing posts about suicide, self-harm and eating disorders on Facebook and Instagram.
Joan Donovan accused Harvard of violating her free speech rights and the school's own commitment to academic freedom in an attempt to protect its relationship with the tech company and its executives.
China has become the third most common source of foreign influence operations, behind Russia and Iran, according to the owner of Facebook and Instagram.
Former engineer Arturo Bejar says he repeatedly raised the alarm to company execs about Instagram's harm to teens and they failed to act. Senators vow to pass a social media law this year.
Georgia has joined a bipartisan coalition of 33 states in filing a federal lawsuit accusing social media giant Meta of knowingly designing and deploying harmful features on its platforms that addict children and teens.
Facebook's parent company says both operations used fake accounts across social media sites to promote Chinese and Russian interests
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.
Mark Zuckerberg has pitched Meta's Twitter clone as a more "friendly" place for online discourse. Executives say breaking news and politics will not be the emphasized. But is that realistic?
Threads is billed as a text-based version of Meta's photo-sharing app Instagram that the company says provides "a new, separate space for real-time updates and public conversations."
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
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the company is cutting another 10,000 jobs after it laid off 11,000 workers late last year.