Want to stop the Facebook “chirping" sound as you scroll through your feed? Here’s how.
“I offered a real date,” Zuckerberg wrote, saying that it’s time “we can all agree Elon isn’t serious.” Their back-and-forth over the proposed cage fight has been going on all summer.
This is not an alternate timeline, this is real life.
A new scam known as the "Look Who Died" scam is targeting Facebook users seeking information about the death of a friend or celebrity.
The new feature has already begun rolling out to users globally today.
Facebook likely owes you money as part of a massive settlement over the privacy of your data. Here’s how to check.
Authorities in Mississippi believe the couple got into an argument that turned physical.
Facebook parent Meta says it will restore former President Donald Trump’s personal account in the coming weeks, ending a two-year suspension it imposed in the wake of the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Facebook's parent company says it will be “forced to consider” removing news content from its platform if Congress passes legislation requiring tech companies to pay news outlets for their material. Meta said it would rather pull news from its social media site rather than "submit to government-mandated negotiations."
The layoffs come as Meta contends with faltering revenue and broader tech industry woes.
DoorDash will deliver certain smaller items purchased on Facebook Marketplace as part of a new partnership. Here's what can be delivered.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? Facebook users can receive a payment — once again — after a settlement was reached in a new class action lawsuit.
The survey, conducted earlier this month, asked over 2,000 users of Facebook and Instagram in the United States if and why they blocked a family member on social media.
Researchers combed through thousands of misogynistic, hate-filled messages in women’s DMs on Instagram and found that Meta failed to act on their incident reports 90% of the time.
Facebook’s fourth-quarter earnings report shared this week revealed a drop in its daily active users, a first in its history.
Instagram is rolling out new features, including one that urges teens to take breaks from the app, amid scrutiny on the Facebook-owned platform.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testified before Congress on Wednesday to weigh in possible legislative changes to Section 230.
The U.K.'s antitrust watchdog has blocked Facebook's acquisition of Giphy and ordered the social network to sell off the GIF-sharing platform.
A group of state attorneys general are investigating Instagram and its effects on children and young adults, saying its parent company Facebook — recently renamed Meta Platforms — ignored research about the harms it causes to young people.
Demonstrators want Meta, aka Facebook, to remove hateful speech, identify dangerous groups, moderate posts, and invest resources in stopping violence.