Instagram and Facebook users will be able to see how much time they spend on the apps.
Users said they were having a hard time logging in and loading the social media platform in general.
Groups of up to four can share fully encrypted video chats.
Streaming service Spotify faced criticism from users and politically-minded podcast hosts for hosting hundreds of "The Alex Jones Show" broadcasts from the Infowars conspiracy theorist.
A collective of 20 investors complained to local police in Vietnam's Phú Nhuận District.
Safe to say she did not see this coming.
Britain's Labour Party suspended councillor Damien Enticott after a Facebook post emerged in which he suggested "Jews are parasites" that "drink blood" and perform sexual acts on children.
Shares in the social-networking platform plummeted by as much as 24 percent on Wednesday.
The court rejected an appeal suggesting the updates were protected under the First Amendment.
Despite recent controversies, Facebook appears committed to political involvement.
"My heart is so full of every emotion one could think of," donor Amy Pauvlinch wrote on Facebook.
WhatsApp will remove a "quick forward" button next to media messages for Indian users.
"I personally find Holocaust denial deeply offensive," Zuckerberg stressed.
The incident is being investigated by the British data protection authority.
Imoan Kinshasa told Newsweek that Facebook's decision to block her prompted her to start an anti-racism blog.
The black customer recorded the white store manager shaking while phoning police.
South New Jersey GOP candidate Seth Grossman claimed to know "many Africans who wish their ancestors had been taken to America as slaves."
In an article posted to the newspaper's website, the editor said he suspected it was the phrase "Indian Savages" that triggered the deletion.
Russia has constantly stoked fears about the web, which President Vladimir Putin regards as a CIA invention.
Seventy-two percent of Americans on either side of the aisle say they think it is likely that social media companies "intentionally censor political viewpoints that those companies find objectionable."
Sensitive Facebook information for up to 120 million users was exposed online for years, researcher says.
She wants to see warning signs in playgrounds alerting parents to avoid the same mistake.
The Fritch, Texas, man who initially posted a photo of the sign has seen that Facebook post shared more than 20,000 times with thousands of varied reactions.