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Reddit has launched a public bug bounty program, an acknowledgment of its increased growth and visibility.
Instagram is testing a feature that will allow users to hide Likes, both in other users’ posts and in their own.
The Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) is investigating Facebook over the 533 million user records that appeared online.
A German regulator is the latest to object to data being shared between WhatsApp and Facebook, and is taking steps to stop it.
Twitch has announced it will start addressing severe cases of misconduct that impact its community, even if they occur off-service.
Data for some 500 million Facebook users has been found online, in the latest incident involving the social media giant.
In a strange turn of events, some Twitter users found themselves locked out of their accounts for tweeting the word “Memphis.”
Reddit has hired Andrew (Drew) Vollero as its first CFO as the company prepares to go public.
Slack is the latest company looking to cash in on Clubhouse’s popularity, with plans to include similar features in its own app.