Mobile users were unable to activate Dark Mode on Facebook, but the problem has been resolved for now.
Facebook and Instagram have finally launched a feature which allows users to hide like counts on their posts.
The Stop Social Media Censorship Act is now official Florida law. What does this mean for tech companies, and is the bill actually enforceable?
Twitter Blue could be the widely rumored Twitter subscription model that would let users subscribe to different tiers.
Facebook has rejected Instagram ads created by Signal that would have made very clear how much data Facebook collects about you.
Facebook and Instagram are implying that its "free" apps might not remain that way if you don't let it track you.
Facebook, LinkedIn and Clubhouse deny blame for recent data leaks because of how the data got out. They should never be trusted again, writes our guest commenter.
Per an interview with spokesperson Jason Miller, former president Donald Trump is expecting to launch his own social media platform.
Apple has denied the conservative social-media service Parler's bid to get its iOS app back into the App Store, and included screenshots of recent Parler posts to prove its point.
Twitter is letting some creators paywall content with its Super Follows feature. Here's what you need to know.
The invitation-only Clubhouse app had another security breach as a hacker managed to port all its audio to a third-party website.
Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok are going after hackers who sell steal and sell account names. Here's what you need to know.
Apple CEO Tim Cook slammed social media companies that aim to profit off max engagement at the expense societal good.
Someone is selling access to a database of up to 500 million Facebook accounts and their linked mobile phone numbers.
Twitter has launched a pilot for Birdwatch, a crowdsourced fact-checking scheme that lets users flag misleading tweets.
MeWe, the privacy-focused social media network, wants to be a competitor for big platforms like Twitter and Facebook. But what is it?
Facebook says four Chrome browser extensions stole, and may still be stealing, information from Facebook user profiles.
More than 70TB of user posts to the right-wing social network Parler were 'scraped' by online activists before the site went offline. The data might help the FBI find Capitol Hill rioters.
Twitter has permanently banned Donald Trump's personal account, citing the potential of 'further incitement of violence' by the president.
WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger collect a copious amount of user data compared to other top messaging apps, according to Apple's new privacy labels.
Mark Zuckerberg has indefinitely banned President Trump from Facebook and Instagram until further notice, following the riot by in the U.S. Capitol that was provoked by Trump.
Tweets by President Trump deemed to incite violence have been removed by Twitter, as calls to suspend his account grow.
Facebook hit with antitrust lawsuits by the U.S. government and 48 states alleging it's a social media monopoly
The second-generation Facebook Portal smart display is a big improvement over the original, privacy issues notwithstanding.
Data scraped from nearly 235 million Instragram, TikTok and YouTube profiles ended up in an unprotected online database.