The social media platform is part of a burgeoning "alt-tech" movement, which has attracted far-right users banned from services like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
The court rejected an appeal suggesting the updates were protected under the First Amendment.
Vloggers rejoice: hour-long videos are coming in portrait and 4K.
The image was shared on Facebook, leading to a barrage of criticism.
Pew poll shows the issue hits both Democrats and Republicans.
Unilever, home to brands including Lynx and Dove, will no longer work with social media stars who buy their followers.
The Jack Dorsey-led platform announced an improved timeline format for the Twitter “Moments” section and “Explore” tabs.
"This is not beautiful," the director of Grévin Museum admitted. "Something just doesn't work."
The app allowed users to take psychometric tests.
The test is now rolling out to some Facebook users—just don't call it a "dislike" button.
Tourism Fiji is investigating after it posted the video on Facebook and Instagram.
Ten people have reportedly taken the opportunity to avoid a fine by confessing on Weibo, a popular microblogging platform.
It’s not enough for people to delete their Facebook accounts.
Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says it's the Islamic Republic's duty to protect citizens from social media companies stealing their data.
Until the early years of the 21st century, crimes tended to be committed away from the eyes of the majority of society, with traditional media broadcasting information about them often on their own terms.
Facebook’s troubles can be traced all the way up to the board room, and it could now be time for change.
"The dignity of man is above being poor," the group tweeted.
Many on the right imagine an Oberlin graduate lounging in a bean bag as she happily relegates Breitbart News articles to oblivion.
Popular profiles @Dory and @CommonWhiteGirl were linked to the spam operation.