In 2022, over 80 cases were brought together in a federal court in California against social media giants – primarily naming Meta and Instagram.
A while ago, we did a story on Mastodon, a popular decentralized platform that people are leaving for after Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter.
It often starts with a blank canvas and an outstretched arm that extends into a thick black marker. In unhurried yet unhesitant motions, thick, smooth lines materialize into a dance of anticipation for his 2.6 million Instagram followers – what has Mr Doodle conjured up now?
When you think of free speech on social media, you’re probably thinking about political or even hate speech. But what about porn? Well, Instagram (which doesn’t allow nudity) just banned Pornhub’s account permanently. To be clear, it’s not like Pornhub was posting explicitly pornographic content on
Insta content aggregators, beware. Instagram head Adam Mosseri said that Instagram is going to be making some changes to its platform to benefit creators, like promoting original content over reposts. The main target seems to be Reels, where we’ve all probably seen reposted videos that did well on TikTok
NFTs are coming to Instagram, baby! Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday that these non-fungible tokens are coming to the platform in the near future and that, later on, users will be able to bring their NFTs over and even create them on the app. Now, he wasn’t really specific on
The backstory: * Meta Platforms, Inc., formerly Facebook, Inc., is under heavy scrutiny at the moment. Between privacy concerns and alleged monopolistic practices, the business is under fire across several countries and governments. * Right now, European Union regulators are stuck in negotiations with the United States to find an alternative data