More than 12,000 people have signed on to a petition asking TikTok to add a “mirror” feature for parents to keep tabs on what their kids are viewing.
Twitter has reportedly closed its offices in San Francisco and New York, effective immediately.
A Southern California man who mocked COVID-19 vaccinations on social media for several months died this week at a Los Angeles-area hospital after contracting the virus. He was 34.
Are you seeing a “dislike” button on Twitter? Don’t get too excited yet — it’s just a test.
School-age children who were born extremely preterm and engage in more than two hours of screen time per day are more likely to experience cognitive and behavioral problems, according to an NIH study.
The investment will include new bonus programs that pay eligible creators for hitting certain milestones when they use the platform’s creative and monetization tools.
Seeking to protect its image as a guardian of personal privacy, Apple maintains it was blindsided and handcuffed by a Trump administration probe that resulted in the company handing over phone data from two Democratic congressmen.
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.
Trump’s blog, “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,” was no longer active Wednesday and is reportedly down for good.
After pioneering consumer data privacy protections, the California Legislature has tapped the brakes on proposals to further regulate social media companies.
A birthday party invitation that went viral on TikTok brought thousands of people to a raucous celebration in Huntington Beach Saturday night, prompting police to declare an unlawful assembly and arrest about 150 people after they refused orders to disperse.
Jesus Morales has been handing out cash to hard working street vendors in the Los Angeles area.
A member of Facebook's Oversight Board criticized the platform in the wake of its indefinite ban on former President Donald Trump, saying Facebook's rules are in "shambles" and that the company "exercises too much power."
Beneath Facebook's decision on whether to continue Donald Trump's suspension from its platform is a far more complex question: Do the protections carved out for companies 25 years ago make sense when some of them have become global powerhouses?
Twitter on Thursday unveiled a brand new feature called Tip Jar, which allows users to send money through the app to creators.
A Twitter account that included press releases and statements by former President Donald Trump has been banned from the social media platform.
Facebook's most prominent critics — including misinformation researchers, academics and activists — are notably missing from the roster of their oversight board.
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.
Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday launched a communications platform, which will eventually give him the ability to communicate directly with his followers, after months of being banned from sites like Twitter and Facebook.