The New York City Department of Education is banning the use of the video conference software Zoom over the sudden rise of "Zoombombing", the practice of participants unexpectedly appearing in conferences and sending pornography or other offensive material to other attendees.
FOX News Channel has partnered with Facebook to host a virtual town hall event focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic.
The hashtag #HighRiskCOVID19 aims to put a face to those who are most vulnerable to the coronavirus and try to save lives.
The coronavirus pandemic is bringing out the creativity for small business owners trying to stay afloat.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to not just a loss in social connections among family and friends, but also for Mom & Pop store owners and their customers. Now, several businesses on Long Island are taking to the internet to stay in touch with their customers and help create a sense of community.
Facebook says a bug in its anti-spam system is blocking the publication of links to news stories about the coronavirus.
Some fans of Tito's Handmade Vodka began tweeting at the Austin-based company that they were using their vodka for their recipes.
Stan's precautions come at a time of widespread panic as the death toll and the number of cases continues to rise.
Twitter is starting to test tweets that disappear after 24 hours, although initially only in Brazil.
A bus driver has been suspended and is under investigation after a video shows him apparently spitting on a woman.
From the perspective of teens, TikTok is a major new outlet for self-expression, one proudly home to the silly, the loud and the weird.
The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday it has stopped allowing employees to use the China-owned video app TikTok to create social media posts for the agency after the Senate’s top Democrat raised concerns about potential national security issues.
Technology news online magazine The Verge says that Facebook will pay some users to make voice recordings in order to help its speech-recognition technology.
Meet some of the young stars of social media. Ashley, 19, and Emma, 16, are the sisters behind We Wear Cute. They have more than a billion views on their platforms. Eden, 16, Hope, 14, and Noah, 10, are the siblings known as the SuperHeroKids who make action and comedy videos. These young entertainers and influencers are on top of their game and rule social media.
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An 8-year-old girl celebrated her birthday at her favorite place: Target.
The massive project has already gotten pushback from regulators worried about Facebook's size and power. Government officials also worry about Facebook's plans to extend end-to-end encryption to Messenger.
The people you follow on social media could be influencing what you eat.
Snapchat says it wants its users to know it’s “here for you” with its newest feature focusing on mental health.
A couple who adopted a newborn daughter in Colorado was heading back home to California and had an unforgettable experience on a Southwest Airlines flight.