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 similarities are deep: In addition to aiming to subvert an election, some of the same U.S. voices that amplify former President Donald Trump are echoing Brazil's former president, Jair Bolsonaro.
The public school district in Seattle has filed a novel lawsuit against TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Snapchat, seeking to hold them accountable for a mental health crisis among youth.
Tate, a highly controversial social media celebrity, started his week as the butt of a joke by Greta Thunberg and ended it by reportedly getting arrested in Romania. Here's what you need to know.
Andrew Tate, a U.K.-U.S. citizen who was banned from social media platforms for expressing misogynistic views and hate speech, was reportedly detained in Romania on human trafficking and rape charges.
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
As artificial intelligence becomes more widely available, bad actors are turning to computer-generated faces in their attempts to manipulate social media networks.
The Twitter CEO's selective release of internal communications largely corroborate what is already known about the messy business of policing a large social network.
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.
The embattled CEO tweeted Friday that the company will re-launch its paid verification program next week. He says accounts will be manually verified and color coded, but has yet to offer details.
Can a network like Hive Social or Mastodon foster the communities and conversations that thrived on the bird app's good days? It's too soon to know for sure, but many hope the answer is yes.
Twitter has become the first mainstream social media platform to reinstate the former president, who was banned from many sites after his supporters breached the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Twitter employees who've quit say risks are growing of service outages, glitches and even hacks on the influential social network.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion, and already people are hopeful that new leadership means new capabilities on the app.