The Social Media Victims Law Center (SMVLC) has sued Snap, Inc., and Meta Platforms, Inc. on behalf of the family of 11-year-old Selena Rodriguez, who committed suicide in her Connecticut home on July 21, 2021.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is on edge about his personal safety.
Rep. Byron Donalds explains the concerns of differing political viewpoints being regulated on social media platforms on ‘Kudlow.’
Twitter on Saturday appeared to permanently suspend an account connected to Iran's Supreme Leader, according to online reports.
Bark, a parental social media watchdog app, saw a 25% increase in self-harm and suicide alerts among young people between the ages of 12 and 18 in 2021, according to a study released Friday.
'Five for Fighting' frontman John Ondrasik on why he believes YouTube took down his viral video.
The parent company of Facebook is facing a class action lawsuit in the United Kingdom for breach of competition law, according to a report.
Satori Fund founder and portfolio manager Dan Niles discusses top stock picks in 2022, the December consumer price index, tech stocks and the Federal Reserve's rate hikes.
There is a growing debate on whether people testing for omicron should swab their throats.
GETTR CEO Jason Miller joined "Mornings with Maria" to share details on the alternative social media platform's success and the rejection of Big Tech.
GETTR CEO Jason Miller discusses the success of the alternative media platform as prominent users promote growth and the decline of Big Tech.
Facebook's former elections boss now advises lawmakers on social media legislation.
Evercore ISI senior managing director Mark Mahaney discusses Big Tech's stock performance and the impact of the omicron variant on individual investors.
Pabst Blue Ribbon apologized on Monday after the brand's Twitter account fired off a string of profane messages to start 2022, including that "dry January is so last year" and people should "try eating a--" if they don't want to drink booze this month.
Broadcaster Joe Rogan opened a GETTR account Sunday and encouraged his millions of Twitter followers to join him on the alternative social media app.
The day after former Facebook employee and whistleblower Frances Haugen went public in October, the company’s team in Washington started working the phones. Facebook's strategy in combatting the scandal involved stemming the leaks, spinning the politics, and never apologizing.
A random act of kindness from a Dollar General employee in Illinois has gone viral following a video posted to social media by one of the retailer's customers, professional bass angler Gerald Swindle.
A TikTok moderator is suing the platform, claiming she has developed PTSD from repeatedly watching "graphic" content.
Facebook owner Meta says it is appealing a British watchdog's ruling that it must sell Giphy
Demi Skipper, a TikTok user and founder of the project 'Trade Me,' explains how she started with a bobby pin and eventually got a house after 28 trades.