Twitter said the tweet violated its rules against making threats of violence or wishing for the death of a person.
The social network says it's exploring ways to minimize harm caused by misinformation about vaccines.
The social network sometimes monitors the location of users and ex-employees if the threat appears credible.
A former US Air Force intelligence officer and Iranian hackers created fake Facebook accounts in an attempt to trick US counterintelligence officials.
In an interview through tweets, Dorsey talks about tech responsibility, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Cheez-Its.
A Canadian blogger clashes with Twitter over tweets such as "How are transwomen not men?" Twitter calls the claims in the lawsuit "meritless."
The social network is under fire for how it collects user data.
The social network says its purchase of GrokStyle will support its artificial intelligence work.
Instead, the social network says, it's focusing more on a messaging app for kids.
At Facebook's Communities Summit, the social network unveils updates to tools for blood donations, nonprofits and mentorships.
CEO Jack Dorsey is making good on his promises to fix harassment, bullying and misuse.
The removed pages are connected to ones Facebook removed in August.
Revenue rose. Users stayed. Shares go through the roof.
The iPhone maker punished both companies by revoking their enterprise certificates.
The social network clashed with Apple over a data-collecting app used for market research.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg also oversees a jump in sales and profit.
The social network has been paying teens and adults to install a "Facebook Research" app. It's being shut down for iOS users.
Facebook is "unfit" to make a product for children, advocacy groups said in a letter to the company on Tuesday. The tech firm says the app is safe.
Facebook wants to create an independent board to review content that gets pulled down.
The company wants its own account to reflect a “lighter, more conversational nature.” Not everyone is laughing.
Dorsey told Rolling Stone that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg once served him a goat Zuckerberg had killed himself.
The social network says the concept is still in the early stages.
The fine hasn't been finalized but is expected to be larger than the record-setting $22.5 million the Federal Trade Commission imposed on Google in 2012, according to The Washington Post.