Pornhub Got a Rise Out of Facebook’s Record-Setting Outage

Traffic was up while the social network was down.

How Facebook Is Ramping Up Its Efforts to Detect and Curtail the Spread of Revenge Porn

Machine learning, artificial intelligence and a new victim support hub.

TikTok: Here’s How to Change Who Can See the Videos You’ve Liked

Hide this information.

Twitter Wants Its Work Force to Be 43% Women, 5% Each Black and Latinx by Year-End

Dalana Brand was promoted to vp of people experience and head of diversity and inclusion.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center Released Its Annual Digital Terror & Hate Report

Twitter earned the best grade among social networks, but it was just a B-plus.

Facebook Is Rolling Out a Facebook Gaming Tab for Some Users

Over 700 million people interact with video-game-related content on the social network each month.

Telegram Claimed to Have Added 3 Million Users While Facebook Was Down

CEO Pavel Durov posted, "We have true privacy and unlimited space for everyone."

Facebook Is Blaming a Server Configuration Change for Its Lengthy Outage

The social network said it was not the victim of a distributed denial-of-service attack.

Brands Hopped to Facebook Last Year for Their Easter-Related Posts (Infographic)

They posted slightly less content in 2018 than the previous year.

Facebook Is Extending Watch Parties to Live TV and Beefing Up Its Music Features

20 new episodes of original show Red Table Talk start up on its video platform in May.