In a statement, Facebook said “a technical issue” caused people to have trouble accessing some apps and that it had been resolved.
Match Group, whose brands include Tinder, Match, Meetic, OkCupid, Hinge, Pairs, PlentyOfFish, and OurTime, will begin allowing users to seek background checks for people they meet on all of the company’s dating apps.
The dating app is giving 1,000 free mail-in tests to 500 Tinder matches.
YouTube removed videos from Rudy Giuliani’s account after he posted content that suggested election fraud as well as “content facilitating the use of nicotine,” a spokesperson said Monday.
Twitter is branching out from advertising to find more ways to make money — both for itself and for its most prolific users, whether those are businesses, celebrities or regular people.
Quarantining is bringing out peoples’ creativity all around the world on TikTok.
Twitter’s CFO reiterated that former President Donald Trump would not be allowed back on their platform no matter what.
Parler has terminated CEO John Matze, according to a memo Matze sent to staffers that has been obtained by Fox News.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people to avoid sharing their COVID-19 vaccination cards on social media.
Douglass Mackey, known on the internet as “Ricky Vaughn,” is accused of using Twitter and other social media in 2016 to try and trick Clinton supporters to vote via text message instead of by casting an actual ballot, federal prosecutors said.
Amazon won't be forced to immediately restore web service to Parler after a federal judge ruled Thursday against a plea to reinstate the fast-growing social media app, which is favored by followers of former President Donald Trump.
Twitch, a popular streaming platform, said it will disable President Donald Trump’s account “indefinitely” over an “ongoing risk of further incitement of violence.”
A Maryland police officer has been suspended over two social media posts, including one showing him wearing what was described as a political T-shirt as he displayed his badge and service weapon.
Twitter announced on Monday that it had deleted more than 70,000 accounts associated with the QAnon conspiracy theory following the permanent suspension of President Donald Trump’s account last week.
Actress Kirstie Alley condemned Twitter -- and its CEO Jack Dorsey -- over its decision to permanently ban President Trump and questioned why some Democrats haven’t been banned for their controversial comments.
Google Play suspended the Parler app from its store, and Apple has reportedly threatened to do the same if the company does not moderate “objectionable content” within 24 hours.
After having his personal Twitter account permanently suspended Friday, President Donald Trump tweeted from the official government @POTUS account four times, ranting against the social media company before the tweets were removed by Twitter.
Just one day after President Donald Trump’s social media accounts were blocked, YouTube announced that all channels posting false election claims will now receive a strike and temporary account suspension.
Twitter locked President Donald Trump out of his account for "12 hours" on Wednesday and deleted many of his recent Tweets. Meanwhile, Facebook later announced he will be blocked from posting for 24 hours.
A Prince William County Sheriff’s Deputy is out of a job after multiple disturbing social media posts were discovered on his alleged social media account.