It's a trend we've been covering all this week and FOX 26's Tiffany Justice tells us how school administrators are making it clear this challenge is not funny, and that you could possibly facing serious punishment.
School districts are warning parents and students about several TikTok challenges that have caused thousands of dollars in damages at North Texas schools.
Do you know what your children are watching on the video-sharing app TikTok. According to a recent report, TikTok's algorithm has been promoting videos of sex and drugs to minors. For more information, we turn to Alex Hammerstone, Director of Advisory Solutions for with TrustedSEC.
A Fort Bend Co. teen went online, used some sarcasm when telling her followers what to do to overwhelm the website and cause it to crash, which it did.
The Milk Crate Challenge is spreading fast across social media, but TikTok is taking steps to keep its users from spreading dangerous content.
A TikTok doctor has a warning about the latest challenge to sweep social media. It's called the "milk crate challenge" and it has people walking over stacked crates hoping they don't fall, but this doctor tells us it has dangerous and even deadly consequences
The Federal Trade Commission has filed a filing a revised version of its complaint alleging that Facebook abused its market power to suppress competition.
Users who are members of faith-based Facebook groups will find an option allowing them to request prayers and other group members will be able to respond via the “I prayed” icon.
More than 12,000 people have signed on to a petition asking TikTok to add a “mirror” feature for parents to keep tabs on what their kids are viewing.
A popular Houston promoter was using Instagram to update loved ones following his mother's stroke. Sadly enough, it's something hackers took advantage of by getting into his account and posing as him to get money from friends claiming he needed help with medical bills.
President Joe Biden is tempering his assessment that social media giants are “killing people” by hosting misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccines on their platforms.
Fleets will be disappearing from Twitter in less than a month.
FOX 26 Reporter Tiffany Justice has more on the disturbing video making its rounds on social media.
The popularity of a new app that let's users convert their pictures into 'cartoon' images is, once again, raising concerns about what kind of personal information some of us are sharing.
A TikToker has gone viral for asking mansion owners how they make their money. FOX 26's Lina de Florias tags along with Aaron Vankampen.
The downsides to social media are seemingly endless. It can be a source of unhealthy comparison, hate speech, wasted time, and the guilt that comes with it. But it's not all bad, according to our guest, who says we just need to learn how to made it healthy for us.
The White House dropped Trump-era orders trying to ban TikTok and WeChat and will conduct its own review aimed at identifying national security risks.
TikTok launched a campaign against bullying by enlisting some of its top animation creators to make videos about creating and spreading kindness online.
Trump’s blog, “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump,” was no longer active Wednesday and is reportedly down for good.
Facebook will no longer ban posts suggesting COVID-19 was man-made amid mounting calls to further investigate the pandemic’s origins, marking a reversal for the social media giant.