Twitter has announced it is shutting down Fleets, the company’s disappearing tweets feature.
TikTok is looking to expand beyond just social media, introducing TikTok Resumes as a way to apply for jobs.
Vladimir Putin has signed a law that forces social media companies to have an office in the country.
Twitter has added support for security keys to support two-factor authentication (2FA).
Facebook scored a major win in its antitrust case, with a federal judge dismissing attempts to roll back some of its biggest acquisitions.
Facebook is poised to experience its slowest US growth ever in 2021, dropping to a mere 1%.
The U.S. Supreme is giving LinkedIn another chance to prevent its user data from being harvested, in a case with far-reaching implications.
Twitter has finally taken the wraps off of Twitter Blue, its subscription service aimed at power users.
TikTok and WeChat’s battle to avoid being sold is finally over, as President Biden has signed an executive order undoing the previous administration’s attempt to ban them.
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