Fleets will be disappearing from Twitter in less than a month.
The White House dropped Trump-era orders trying to ban TikTok and WeChat and will conduct its own review aimed at identifying national security risks.
TikTok launched a campaign against bullying by enlisting some of its top animation creators to make videos about creating and spreading kindness online.
Twitter is launching its first subscription service in Canada and Australia for those willing to pay a monthly fee for exclusive features.
Facebook will no longer ban posts suggesting COVID-19 was man-made amid mounting calls to further investigate the pandemic’s origins, marking a reversal for the social media giant.
The company explained that the company was looking for more ways to give people control over their experience.
Dozens of attorney generals across the country are urging Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to abandon plans for a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13.
A Buffalo DJ had all of his equipment stolen from a trailer, but a social media post about what had been taken made its way to the right store at the right time.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison joined a coalition of 44 attorneys general in urging Facebook to abandon its plans to launch a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13.
Twitter on Thursday unveiled a brand new feature called Tip Jar, which allows users to send money through the app to creators.
By upholding the suspension, the board has sided with Facebook for just the second time in the last six cases -- but said Facebook must reassess the decision within six months of the panel's decision.
Facebook’s oversight board said it will rule on Wednesday morning whether former President Donald Trump’s social media accounts can be reinstated after an indefinite suspension.
As malicious conspiracy theories continue to spread, lawmakers are pounding the social media companies over their market dominance, harvesting of user data and practices that some believe actually encourage the spread of engaging but potentially harmful misinformation.
In a statement, Facebook said “a technical issue” caused people to have trouble accessing some apps and that it had been resolved.
Match Group, whose brands include Tinder, Match, Meetic, OkCupid, Hinge, Pairs, PlentyOfFish, and OurTime, will begin allowing users to seek background checks for people they meet on all of the company’s dating apps.
The dating app is giving 1,000 free mail-in tests to 500 Tinder matches.
In the age of social distancing, a pair of grandparents are using social media to break up the boredom of quarantine.
Not seeing the number of likes on your Instagram? You're not alone.
YouTube removed videos from Rudy Giuliani’s account after he posted content that suggested election fraud as well as “content facilitating the use of nicotine,” a spokesperson said Monday.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people to avoid sharing their COVID-19 vaccination cards on social media.