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The launch of Facebook was one of the biggest moments in the U.S. in the last 20 years, and here’s a look back at some of the other events in news and pop culture that made headlines in 2004.
The Meta CEO has found himself mired in controversy with the social media platform and apologizing for mistakes from user data privacy issues to criticism about safety and oversight.
The Meta CEO faced scathing questioning regarding Facebook and Instagram oversight and reporting of explicit content involving children
Meta said Tuesday it will start hiding inappropriate content from teenagers' accounts on Instagram and Facebook, including posts about suicide, self-harm and eating disorders.
Meta established a "special operations center" with experts, including those who speak Hebrew and Arabic fluently, to monitor Facebook and Instagram and remove content that violates policies faster.
Meta said that only public posts were used to train the company's AI tool.
Meta reportedly is hoping to roll out paid subscriptions in the coming months as a way to comply with the European Union's strict data privacy rules.
“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.
The two tech billionaires seemingly agreed to an in-person face-off earlier this summer, but it’s unclear if a physical fight will actually end up happening.
This is not an alternate timeline, this is real life.
Threads is billed as a “text-based conversation app" that is linked to Instagram, with the listing teasing a Twitter-like microblogging experience.
The changes come as social media companies face scrutiny over how they impact teens' mental health. But the new features require teens — and parents — to opt-in, raising questions about its effectiveness.
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.
The social media platform born before the iPhone is approaching two decades in existence, and for years it has struggled to stay relevant as newer social media rivals emerge.
The Federal Trade Commission says Facebook misrepresented the access it provided to app developers to private user data.
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 is slashing another 10,000 jobs and will not fill 5,000 open positions as the social media pioneer cuts costs.