Amid heightened concern over Instagram's effect on teenagers' mental health, a new report looks at the teen-focused marketing efforts of the Facebook-owned site.
Rummaging through drawers to find your keys could become a thing of the past.
The move comes after a whistleblower disclosed thousands of internal documents about the company's products.
The social network is facing increased scrutiny from lawmakers.
Are any of these the successor to the Quest 2?
The new policies will also apply to people who involuntarily became public figures.
In today's top stories, Apple's next event is set for Oct. 18, and we expect to see new Macs. Meanwhile, a former Facebook data scientist says she's provided documents to US authorities.
The list, published by The Intercept, includes more than 4,000 people and groups, including criminals, hate groups and terrorist organizations.
Facebook and its Instagram site have failed to police violent content, a new complaint alleges.
In today's top stories, a phone retailer in the UK publishes (and then removes) details about Google's upcoming Pixel 6. Also, Google TV adds features, and a Facebook executive says its platforms will nudge teens away from harmful content.
Frances Haugen, the former product manager turned whistleblower, is expected to discuss the company's Cross Check program for high-profile users.
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen, who leaked company documents, is also expected to meet with the company's oversight board.