Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Plans To WFH For At Least Half Of The Next YearFacebook is giving its employees more flexibility to work outside the office — and Mark Zuckerberg is leading by example.
Facebook, Instagram Will Now Let All Users Hide Likes On PostsFacebook and Instagram are giving all users the option to hide public "likes" on their posts, potentially upending a core dynamic of the social media platforms.
San Jose Shooting: 'America's Disease;' Shooting At San Jose VTA Rail Yard Prompts Outpouring Of Reaction On Social MediaIn the wake of the tragic events in San Jose Wednesday that left nine people dead, there was an outpouring of sympathy and condolences from officials on social media for the victims' families.
Florida Governor Signs Law Seeking To Rein In Large Social Media Companies, Blasts Silicon ValleyRepublican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Monday that seeks to punish social media platforms that remove “conservative ideas” from their sites, though it is not clear if it would pass constitutional muster.
Five Peninsula Projects Receive $1.5 Million Facebook Grant to Build Low-Cost HousingFacebook awarded $1.5 million to five projects that will help create low-cost housing in the Peninsula communities of East Palo Alto, Belle Haven and North Fair Oaks.
Russia Won't Block Twitter, But Partial Slowdown To ContinueRussian authorities on Monday backed away from threats to block Twitter, saying that the social media platform deleted most of the banned content identified by Moscow and expressed “readiness and interest in building a constructive dialogue.”
Facebook Loses Court Fight Over Halting European Union - US Data TransfersFacebook lost a legal battle Friday with Ireland's data privacy watchdog over a European Union privacy decision that could result in the social network being forced to stop transferring data to the U.S.
Federal Judge Tosses Twitter Lawsuit Against Texas Attorney GeneralThe highly anticipated First Amendment battle between San Francisco-based Twitter and the attorney general of Texas must wait until another day.
Bonta Among 44 Attorneys General Telling Facebook To Drop Instagram For Kids ProposalA bipartisan group of 44 attorneys general, including California Attorney General Rob Bonta, has written to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg urging him to drop company plans for a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13.
Facebook Oversight Committee Upholds Former President Donald Trump's Suspension; Company Gets 6 Months To Determine If Ban Is PermanentFacebook's Oversight Board ruled Wednesday the social media platform was right in suspending former President Donald Trump's account in the wake of comments associated with January's Capitol insurrection but told the company it needs to reconsider a permanent ban.
Suspended From Facebook; Former President Donald Trump's Status To Be Determined This WeekFormer President Donald Trump will find out this week whether he gets to return to Facebook.
Facebook Reports Soaring Quarterly Ad Revenue In 1st Quarter, Stock JumpsFacebook's stock jumped Wednesday after the social media giant reported stronger-than-expected results for the first quarter thanks to soaring ad revenue.
Apple To Let Parler Back On The iOS App StoreApple has approved Parler's return to the iOS app store following improvements the social media company made to better detect and moderate hate speech and incitement, according to a letter the iPhone maker sent to Congress.
Facebook Decision on Trump Suspension Delayed as Comments Flood InFacebook’s quasi-independent oversight board said Friday it will take longer than expected to decide on whether or not the suspension of former president Donald Trump should be upheld, because it needs more time to go through the deluge of public comments.
Santa Rosa Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Sexually Assaulting Multiple Juvenile VictimsPolice in Santa Rosa on Thursday arrested a man suspected of sexually assaulting multiple juvenile victims he contacted through social media, according to authorities.