Βy Sheila Dang WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Meta said on Friday it was rolling back some restrictions that had applied to former U.S. President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts. The social media company indefinitely suspended Trump's accounts following his praise of people

By Gursimran Kaur (Reuters) - Facebook parent Meta Platforms has discussed integrating its generative AI model into Apple's recently announced AI system for iPhones, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The move comes as Apple plans to add technology from other

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Meta Platforms will not launch its Meta AI models in Europe for now after the Irish privacy regulator told it to delay its plan to harness data from Facebook and Instagram users, the U.S.

By Dani Morera and Andre Romani SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Meta launched its first AI-driven ad targeting program for businesses on WhatsApp, as it tries to wring revenue out of the popular chat service, the company announced on Thursday at a

By Peter Hobson CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australia should force Meta Platforms to pay news companies for content that appears on Facebook and impose broader regulation on social media firms, a senior News Corp executive said. Meta said in March it would stop

By Katie Paul NEW YORK (Reuters) - Meta said on Friday its flagship app Facebook is attracting its highest number of young adults in three years, as it tries to shake the platform's reputation as the bastion of an older generation. More

By Katie Paul NEW YORK (Reuters) - Meta said on Wednesday it had found "likely AI-generated" content used deceptively on its Facebook and Instagram platforms, including comments praising Israel's handling of the war in Gaza published below posts from global news

By Zaheer Kachwala  (Reuters) - Meta Platforms has offered to limit the use of certain data from all advertisers on its Facebook Marketplace platform, as part of amendments to the proposals accepted by the Competition Market Authority (CMA) in November, the

By Katie Paul and Yuvraj Malik (Reuters) - Meta Platforms disappointed investors on Wednesday with forecasts of higher expenses and lighter-than-expected revenue, knocking nearly $200 billion off its stock market value and raising fears the surging cost of AI is outpacing