A manifesto written by the terrorist leader in 2002 resurfaced on TikTok, but the backlash to the videos was more widespread than the videos themselves.
The government said that to make social media platforms accountable, it has asked the companies to register and open an office in Nepal, pay taxes and abide by the country's laws and regulations.
As another major election inches closer, Democrats are navigating how TikTok fits into their 2024 campaign strategy, as the social media platform continues to be a top destination for young Americans.
Washington Post columnist and tech journalist Taylor Lorenz chronicles the history of the internet in her new book, Extremely Online.
Two Black employees bring charges with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, alleging they suffered discrimination and retaliation while working at the social media giant.
City employees will begin to lose access to TikTok and its website from all city-owned devices and networks, according to a New York City Hall spokesperson.
The new publishing option, which was announced Monday, will allow content creators to combine written content with music, stickers and hashtags.
TikTok says Montana does not have the authority to weigh in on national security issues and that the law deprives American TikTok users of their free speech rights.
Taryn Smith, a 26-year-old TikToker, was in the shower when she had a funny thought: What if she died in a chicken suit? What happened next represents the way we use social media to mourn.
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.
Some insurance companies have stopped issuing new policies for models that are subject to a high rate of thefts, but consumers are still able to buy the cars.
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 U.K.'s Information Commissioner's Office said there were up to 1.4 million children under the age of 13 on the app in 2020, despite TikTok's terms of service saying users must be 13 to sign up.
Australia is the last of the "Five Eyes" security partners — the U.S., Canada, Britain and New Zealand — to ban the Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok from its federal government's devices.
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist survey finds the economy is still top of mind for Americans — and that both parties are vulnerable on different issues.