Rylee Goodrich, 19, was killed and TikTok star Anthony Barajas, 19, is hospitalized, fighting for his life after a shooting inside a showing of "The Forever Purge" inside a movie theater in Corona.
Multiple major companies are now requiring their employees to get their COVID-19 shots amid rising cases of the delta variant of the novel coronavirus and low vaccination rates across the country.
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.
President Joe Biden is tempering his assessment that social media giants are “killing people” by hosting misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccines on their platforms.
President Joe Biden says social media companies are “killing people” by failing to police misinformation on their platforms about the COVID-19 vaccines.
The Biden administration on Thursday slammed Facebook for not working hard enough to censor misinformation about COVID-19 and its vaccines.
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.
Fleets will be disappearing from Twitter in less than a month.
One day after former President Donald Trump’s followers stormed the nation’s Capitol building, Facebook suspended his account. The day after that, Twitter followed suit. Former President Trump filed his own lawsuit Wednesday.
Trying to flip the First Amendment argument, lawyers for the state maintained that the social-media platforms are engaging in censorship and violating users’ speech rights. But a judge scolded the state for its position.
The law seeks to punish companies if they remove content or ban politicians and would let any residents sue if they feel they were treated unfairly.
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.
Trump’s blog, “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,” was no longer active Wednesday and is reportedly down for good.
Two groups representing online companies sued Florida on Thursday over a new law that seeks to punish large social media businesses like Facebook and Twitter if they remove content or ban politicians.
Describing the law as a “frontal assault on the First Amendment,” two online industry groups filed a federal lawsuit Thursday seeking to block a measure pushed by Gov. Ron DeSantis to crack down on large social-media companies.
Steak 48 has drawn criticism on social media this week over a new $100 per person food and beverage minimum at its locations in Philadelphia and Chicago.
The company explained that the company was looking for more ways to give people control over their experience.