Watch for the response of the US tech giants, Facebook, Google and Twitter, to the European Commission ruling that they should clamp down on social media scams
The reversal marks a big step back for Facebook's attempt to steal Snapchat's biggest feature for all its apps
Customers can use it to appear more popular than they actually might be
Facebook is the latest app to get the strangely familiar feature, after Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger
Finally, a beauty video we can all get on board with
The decision comes after civil liberties groups criticised the sites for letting law enforcement easily monitor people's posts
Mark Zuckerberg, one of the most famous college dropouts in the world, is finally getting his degree from Harvard.
Misuse of data creates ‘chilling effect on free speech’ and ‘internet blind spots’ are corrupting democracy, British computer scientist says
Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui also wants to impose travel restrictions on offenders
Many of us use social media on a daily basis — we check Facebook to see what our friends have been up to, or scroll through Instagram to look at what they had for lunch.
There is a tendency to revere Zuckerberg as some sort of technological-seer-cum-freedom-fighter but his primary goal is to continue building his business in order to justify the enormous valuation put on it by the financial markets
The network compounded a controversy with the way it reacted to the news organisation's investigation into image moderation that uncovered troubling evidence
Social media use is weakly associated with depressed mood in the young, but it’s not clear which way cause and effect runs
New feature available to small number of users on Messenger app
'We are first and foremost Christians. We will not compromise on what the Bible teaches,' the cinema's owners say
People are experiencing severe emotional wounds because of the way the site works, claims Purdue University communication expert