LinkedIn is killing off its ephemeral Stories features but plans to use what it learned to improve videos across its platform.
YouTube has provided insight into the state of its content platform, including some impressive figures regarding its revenue and payouts to creators.
Twitter is looking to help businesses bring e-commerce to their Twitter profiles with a new feature called Shop Module.
Facebook plans to pay content creators some $1 billion through 2022 in an effort to ward off rivals.
Twitter has announced it is shutting down Fleets, the company’s disappearing tweets feature.
Instagram has introduced Live Rooms, doubling the capacity of its Live on Instagram feature.
TikTok has agreed to pay $92 million to settle a lawsuit in the US over its privacy practices.
TikTok has found itself in trouble with the European Consumer Organisation BEUC, as a result of multiple infractions against EU consumer laws.
In the latest twist of the never-ending saga, the US government is appealing an injunction against its TikTok ban.
Twitter is taking steps to ensure advertisers feel safe on its platform, a vital step for the company’s long-term growth.