Russian authorities have classified the Facebook and Instagram owner as a “terrorist and extremist” organization.
A federal appeals court has significantly whittled down a lower court order curbing Biden administration communications with social media companies.
Three Tax Prep Firms Shared 'Extraordinarily Sensitive' Data About Taxpayers With Meta, Lawmakers Say
Some congressional Democrats say three large tax preparation firms sent “extraordinarily sensitive” information on tens of millions of taxpayers to Facebook parent company Meta over at least two years.
Police arrested Rep. Jim Lucas in May after he crashed his pickup truck through an interstate guardrail and drove away.
Two Republican attorneys general have sued the Biden administration for working with social media giants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The case revolved around Facebook messages a man sent to a local singer.
The restaurant chain found itself on the growing list of companies targeted by conservative cancel culture.
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.