While Australia's plan to force parental consent for minors' use of social media is a good step, it is not foolproof, says expert.
Facebook says its bullying and harassment numbers only capture instances where the company did not need additional information, such as a report from a user, to decide if the content broke its rules.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp will keep their names under the rebranding critics have called an effort to distract from the platform's dysfunction.
Facebook has assailed the reporting as the selective publication of some of its mountain of internal studies aimed at casting the social network in a dark and inaccurate light.
The new proposed rules would put Australia among the most stringent countries in terms of age controls for social media.
Truth Social will be created through a new company formed by a merger of the Trump Media and Technology Group and a special acquisition company.
Several humorous suggestions reflect online speculation that the alleged rebrand is driven by founder Mark Zuckerberg's yearning to make Facebook 'cool' once more.
The new feature will be rolled out gradually, beginning with users who have the most recent version of WhatsApp on their phones.
This comes after US senators last week grilled Facebook on its plans to better protect young users on its apps.