After Wisconsin mom Annie McGrath's teenage son died in a YouTube blackout challenge, she confronted shareholders at an annual meeting of its parent company.
Many parents are worried about their kids losing themselves for hours on their phones. Turns out, teens are troubled too. But they also know a lot about how to get unhooked. Here's how they do it.
Gov. Greg Gianforte banned the app on state government electronic devices last December, and has said he is concerned about people's user data being compromised by the Chinese government.
At a time of rising rates of depression and anxiety among teens, the American Psychological Association warns parents that their children need more protection when they are online.
The founder of iWeatherNet, a Facebook page and website that posts updates about Dallas-Fort Worth and Atlanta-area weather, commented about being armed and impatient when a child rang his doorbell.
A striking decline in teen mental health has coincided with the rise of smartphones and social media. Is social media causing the mental health challenges? Finally, research can answer that question.
People are slamming the account for what they see as mocking Para athletes. But those behind it, and some featured on it, say it's an important tool for increasing visibility and understanding.
The restrictions passed through Utah's Republican-supermajority Legislature reflect how politicians' perceptions of technology companies are changing — and that includes pro-business Republicans.
Researchers warn that Russia is using the same kinds of techniques it tried in Ukraine to destabilize its pro-European neighbor, Moldova.
Learning to save and invest is more accessible than ever thanks to social media. But there are potential pitfalls, say personal finance experts — including influencers themselves.
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.
New research found teens and young adults who even briefly cut time on social media gained self esteem. Try these 5 tips to help them — and yourself — improve screen-life balance.
During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, lawmakers blasted tech companies that they said do little to keep kids safe from bullying, addiction and "rabbit holes of dangerous material."
At a contentious House committee hearing, Republicans aired long-held grievances over what they say is Silicon Valley's bias against conservatives.
The social media company is letting a two-year ban, imposed after Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, expire.