US Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke of New York sent a letter Thursday to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and X CEO Linda Yaccarino expressing “serious concerns” about the emergence of AI-generated political ads on their platforms and asking each to explain any rules they’re crafting to curb the harms to free and fair elections.
Meta said that only public posts were used to train the company's AI tool.
If you're hoping to get any money from a $725 million Facebook lawsuit settlement, you have until Friday to file a claim.
“I offered a real date,” Zuckerberg wrote, saying that it’s time “we can all agree Elon isn’t serious.” Their back-and-forth over the proposed cage fight has been going on all summer.
U.S. Facebook users have one more month to apply for their share of a $725 million privacy settlement that parent company Meta agreed to pay late last year. Here's how.
This is not an alternate timeline, this is real life.
Two of the world’s richest men have seemingly agreed to a cage match.
A new scam known as the "Look Who Died" scam is targeting Facebook users seeking information about the death of a friend or celebrity.
The new feature has already begun rolling out to users globally today.
The Federal Trade Commission says Facebook misrepresented the access it provided to app developers to private user data.
Facebook likely owes you money as part of a massive settlement over the privacy of your data. Here’s how to check.
Authorities in Mississippi believe the couple got into an argument that turned physical.
During arguments, several justices underscored that there was no evidence linking Twitter, Facebook and Google directly to the 2017 attack on the Reina nightclub in Istanbul.
Previously, Meta’s blue badges were free and reserved for notable public figures or businesses.
Subpoenas have been sent to the chief executives of the five largest tech companies as congressional Republicans moved to investigate what they assert is widespread corporate censorship of conservative voices House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan issued the subpoenas Wednesday as the latest in a series of escalations by a party that has long promised to investigate Big Tech’s content moderation.
Facebook parent Meta says it will restore former President Donald Trump’s personal account in the coming weeks, ending a two-year suspension it imposed in the wake of the Jan. 6 insurrection.
A Republican lawmaker from North Texas filed a bill that would require social media users to be 18 years old to create an account and verify their age with a photo ID.
Facebook's parent company says it will be “forced to consider” removing news content from its platform if Congress passes legislation requiring tech companies to pay news outlets for their material. Meta said it would rather pull news from its social media site rather than "submit to government-mandated negotiations."
The layoffs come as Meta contends with faltering revenue and broader tech industry woes.
DoorDash will deliver certain smaller items purchased on Facebook Marketplace as part of a new partnership. Here's what can be delivered.