Vladimir Putin has signed a law that forces social media companies to have an office in the country.
Facebook is poised to experience its slowest US growth ever in 2021, dropping to a mere 1%.
YouTube has established a $100 million fund in an effort to attract creators to its YouTube Shorts TikTok competitor.
Twitter has announced it is buying Scroll as it looks to establish a subscription service for premium content.
Twitter is rolling out a feature that prompts user to be more considerate, with iOS and Android English-speaking accounts first to see it.
Facebook’s Oversight Board has decided Donald Trump’s fate, upholding the ban imposed after the January 6 insurrection.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is the latest to weigh in on the increasing power of social media, labeling it “scary.”
Instagram is testing a feature that will allow users to hide Likes, both in other users’ posts and in their own.
Twitch has announced it will start addressing severe cases of misconduct that impact its community, even if they occur off-service.