The block comes in response to a proposed bill that will require tech giants to pay publishers for linking to or otherwise repurposing their content online.
The legislation would require big tech companies to pay a “journalism usage fee.”
"I feel compelled to distance myself from his ignorant, hateful rants," musician Charles Tuberville said about the Alabama politician.
Experts share the signs of a fraudulent listing, how to avoid falling for a scam and what steps to take if you do.
The European Union has slapped Meta with a record $1.3 billion privacy fine and ordered it to stop transferring user data across the Atlantic.
The sprawling lawsuit says a slew of social media companies fed the convicted Tops supermarket shooter "white supremacist propaganda."
A recent Facebook ad attacking Joe Biden features images from 2020 — when Donald Trump was still in office.
Anyone in the U.S. who has had a Facebook account at any time since May 24, 2007, can apply for their share of a $725 million privacy settlement.
A man accused of causing Greece’s deadliest train disaster has been charged with negligent homicide and jailed pending trial.