Maryland AG Joins Coalition Calling For Facebook To Not Launch Instagram KidsMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh joins a coalition of 44 attorney's general urging Facebook to not launch Instagram Kids, a version of the app for children 13 and under.
Facebook Vowed To Crack Down On COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation, But Misleading Posts Are Still Easy To FindNearly two months into the largest vaccine rollout in US history, Instagram continued to prominently feature anti-vaccination accounts in its search results, while Facebook groups railing against vaccines remained easy to find.
Virtual Event From Facebook Teaches Baltimore Business Owners How To Better Use Platform For MarketingFacebook is trying to help struggling entrepreneurs be more successful with their efforts.
Pro-Trump Demonstration At Twitter Headquarters Appears To Be A Bust, Twitter Claims To Respect ‘People’s Right To Express Their Views’:A demonstration by supporters of President Donald Trump to protest his ban from the Twitter social media platform outside the company's San Francisco headquarters appeared to be a bust Monday morning.
Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate, State Sen. Amanda Chase Faces Facebook RestrictionsA Virginia gubernatorial candidate who is an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump has had new restrictions placed on her Facebook account after falsely blaming antifa activists for Wednesday's deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Democrats, meanwhile, called on her to resign.
48 Attorneys General, FTC Hit Facebook With Antitrust LawsuitMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is joining 47 other attorneys general in suing Facebook.
'We Are Really At A Crisis Point For Our Democracy, Economy': Sally Hubbard On Big Tech Corporations & Book 'Monopolies Suck'Big corporations like Facebook, Amazon and Apple dominate our lives, but do they have our best intentions in mind? Sally Hubbard explains why monopolies are ruining our democracy and economy.
Being Authentic On Facebook Is Better For Your Mental Health, Researchers SayExotic vacation pics. Shots of healthy meals. Flattering selfies.
Lawsuit Accuses Property Managers Of Ageist Facebook AdsSome of the nation’s leading property management companies deliberately excluded older people from seeing Facebook advertisements for dozens of apartment complexes in the Washington, D.C., area, a housing watchdog alleged in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.
Hagerstown Man In Custody After Fleeing From Officers During ArrestA Hagerstown man is in police custody after he fled from officers during an arrest Tuesday.
UMD Teams Up With Facebook To Track Where Coronavirus Symptoms Are Being Reported Around The CountryA Maryland university is helping Facebook collect data for a real-time map that shows the prevalence of self-reported coronavirus symptoms around the country.
Tax On Internet Ads Gets Traction In MarylandA measure to make Maryland the first state in the nation to tax companies like Facebook and Google for money they make from digital ads on the internet is making steps forward in the state's legislature.
Facebook Bug Accesses iPhone's Camera While User Scrolls Through News FeedFacebook says a bug that inadvertently accesses a user's iPhone camera while they're scrolling through the News Feed will be fixed sometime today.
Facebook Launches New Tool To Help You Get Health Tests And ScreeningsFacebook has launched a new feature to help track what preventive health screenings might be recommended for you based on your age and sex.
Facebook Rolls Out Face Recognition To All Users But Says It Will Be Off By DefaultFacebook is now offering facial-recognition features to all of its users, but says it will keep the capabilities turned off by default.