Twitter has announced it is buying Scroll as it looks to establish a subscription service for premium content.
WhatsApp has been fined €225 million ($267 million) for violations of the EU’s GDPR.
Facebook may be one of the dominant social media platforms, but it certainly hasn’t achieved that based on its customer support — which is abysmal.
YouTube has provided insight into the state of its content platform, including some impressive figures regarding its revenue and payouts to creators.
Giphy used a legal loophole to help Facebook purchase it without drawing regulatory scrutiny.
Facebook has added major security features to Messenger calls, as well as Instagram DMs, upgrading both with end-to-end encryption (E2EE).
Facebook has taken action against another group of researchers investigating it, drawing more scrutiny and condemnation.
TikTok has unveiled new protections for teens, including limiting notifications at night.
Facebook is the latest company to push back its return-to-office date, shooting for January 2022 amid the Delta surge.
Reddit has secured another round of funding, bringing the social media company’s valuation to $10 billion.