The tech giant won a crucial legal decision amid its high profile case with Fortnite maker Epic Games.
Adam Mosseri will likely have a rough reception in his debut in front of lawmakers.
The company says the issues are now resolved.
The company has been testing new AI technology to flag posts that discourage COVID-19 vaccines or imply violence, which may be harder to catch.
In today's top stories, Apple reportedly signed a deal with China involving the company investing over $275 billion there, the head of Instagram will testify before Congress, and Samsung has two new CEOs.
The employee protest is happening at company-owned studios in Texas, California and Minnesota.
The company is also suing the alleged operators of the botnet.
For some, it's an eye-watering amount of money. For Apple, it's the cost of doing business.
The hacking group was targeting organizations in 29 countries, including the US.
A trove of leaked internal documents damages the company's already battered reputation.
In today's top stories, Elon Musk reveals plans for a 4-motor Cybertruck variant, it's too late for now to get a Cyberquad ATV for kids, and Pixel 6 phones can open BMW cars.
The mass layoff came just days after the startup received a $750 million cash infusion.