Things are not quite a "Teenage Dream" at Instagram, as the Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network kicked off the work week by putting its Instagram Kids stand-alone application on hold and issuing its rebuttal to a damning story earlier this month in The Wall Street Journal. On hold Instagram confirmed in March that it was
Facebook, your uncle’s favourite source for information on how 5G is making everyone communist, experienced a six-hour outage Monday. And it
When a company can't use the internet's core protocols, it's as if its online domains simply don't exist. That happened to Facebook, creating a cascade of problems.
Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, said in a blog post on Monday that the company still believes building the version for children "is the right thing to do" but it is "pausing the work" to consult with parents, experts, and policymakers.
California public schools and colleges must stock their restrooms with free menstrual products under a bill signed Friday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California public schools and colleges must stock their restrooms with free menstrual products under a new law. The measure signed Friday by Gov. Gavin Newsom builds on a 2017 law requiring low-income schools in disadvantaged areas to provide students with free menstrual products. It expands the law to include grades 6 [
California’s latest effort builds on a 2017 law requiring low-income schools in disadvantaged areas to provide students with free menstrual products.
Instagram is no longer working on a version of its app designed for kids under 13. The decision comes after a Wall Street Journal report that revealed company documents acknowledging the app's negative effect on teen girls.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Friday that will mandate that public schools and colleges keep free menstrual products in their restrooms.