Meta, the parent company of social media platforms Facebook and Instagram, announced the reinstatement of former President Donald Trump's accounts on Wednesday.

Many companies in the tech space believe a recession is on the horizon, and Meta is one of them.

For years, people of color have been fighting to be heard on Facebook (ahem, Meta)—beyond the ubiquitous hot takes on pop culture and viral video clips. According to groups like Color of Change, the social media site has been punishing users who inform, denounce and call out racism in their corner of Facebook.

It looks like Meta is not getting the welcomed reception Mark Zuckerberg was hoping for.

Facebook is reportedly hoping a new name can help it shed its troubled image.

Mark Zuckerberg will have some explaining to do after Haugen, 37, a product manager who worked at Facebook for two years, came with plenty of receipts.

 The world found out what life would be like if Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp didn't exist for a few hours.

Instagram wants to put an end to the cap. They have started to crack down on companies who offer fake engagement.

Trump is leading class-action lawsuits against the companies, which also includes Google, but many observers believe that the business mogul may fall short of victory as he has in previous lawsuits filed previously.

The Shaderoom has announced the debut of their new plus-sized modeling competition show, Thick House, which will feature celebrity guest judges, along with celebrity stylist EJ King and plus-size fashion blogger and stylist Kelly Augustine.