Facebook Bug Accesses iPhone Camera While Users Scroll Through News FeedFacebook says a bug that inadvertently accesses a user's iPhone camera while they're scrolling through the News Feed will be fixed sometime today.
Juvenile Arrested For Making Online Threats Targeting San Rafael High A male juvenile has been arrested for posting threats to students at San Rafael High School on Instagram and YouTube, authorities announced Tuesday.
Santa Rosa Craft Brewer's Anti-PG&E Beer Triggers Social Media FirestormA Santa Rosa craft brewer, who launched a brand of beer targeting his anger at Pacific Gas & Electric, has issued an explanation for its name in the hopes of quelling the social firestorm it triggered
Instagram To Test Hiding Likes For Some U.S. Users To Improve Mental HealthInstagram is about to take its biggest step yet toward removing likes from its platform.
Former Twitter Employees Charged With Spying For Saudi ArabiaFormer Twitter employees were charged by federal prosecutors Wednesday with trolling through social media accounts, searching for posts from critics of the Saudi Arabian government.
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Hosts Dinner Table Discussion With Civil Rights LeadersFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg opened the doors of his Palo Alto home Monday to American civil right leaders including the Rev. Al Sharpton for an "important and robust conversation" on his platform's policies involving hate speech and political ads.
AirBnB Bans 'Party House' Listings in Wake of Deadly Halloween Shooting in OrindaAirBnB will create a dedicated "party house rapid response team" and take immediate action against those who violate policies on large gatherings, company CEO and co-founder Brian Chesky said Saturday.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Says Social Media Giant Will Stop Accepting Political AdsTwitter CEO Jack Dorsey took to his social media platform Wednesday, announcing the company would no longer accept political advertising, proclaiming "political message reach should be earned, not bought."
Facebook's Antitrust Headache Gets Worse: 47 Attorneys General Now InvestigatingNew York Attorney General Letitia James announced on Tuesday that 47 state attorneys general are now investigating Facebook.
Facebook: Russian Trolls Are Back, Here To Meddle With 2020People linked to the Internet Research Agency, the Kremlin-backed troll group indicted by the United States for its alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election, are laying the groundwork to do the same in 2020.
'Mind Your Own Business Act' Would Jail CEOs Of Companies Lying About Misusing Consumer DataA privacy-focused US senator is introducing sweeping legislation on Thursday that imposes sharp penalties on companies and executives who fail to protect consumer data.
Zuckerberg Speech Depicts Facebook At Center Of Struggle For Free ExpressionFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sought to recast the challenges facing his company in a historical light on Thursday.
Twitter Tells Kamala Harris Why It Won't Suspend Trump's AccountTwitter told Sen. Kamala Harris that it would not suspend President Donald Trump's account despite her urging the company to do so.
Marc Benioff: Time To Break Up FacebookSalesforce CEO Marc Benioff hasn't been sparing with his criticism of Facebook.
Dems Debate: Harris Defends Push To Suspend Trump's Twitter AccountSen. Kamala Harris on Wednesday defended her calls for Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump's account, a plan she reiterated on stage at the fourth Democratic primary presidential debate.