A recent study showed that your Facebook status says more about you than you might think...
Isis Anchalee eventually got her account reinstated after a Facebook researcher saw her complaint
Union reportedly writes: 'Feel free to send in pictures you take of any black protesters on the quad so we know who anti-whites are'
Emoji are now being harnessed by Facebook and Twitter to do a job for which they were never intended
Site received criticism for having enabled the feature in the wake of the Paris attacks, but not for a bomb in Beirut just a day before
Charlotte Farhan has, inevitably, drawn a backlash on the Twittersphere, and in this there are echoes of the criticism the poppy refuseniks endured in Britain recently
The Pink Ink Fund supports women who have undergone mastectomies
According to the 2010 Equalities Act, businesses are banned from refusing service on the basis of religion
"Instead of silence or helpfulness, social media pukes out stupidity, virtue-signaling and vicarious “enjoyment”
Lebanese people took to social media to call out the social network's differing treatments of the two atrocities
Do you let your young offspring find their online feet with a tablet - or should they be learning creative and life skills away from screens? Here, a mother and father explain their different approaches
From augmented reality to domestic robots, we are forever promised better living through technology. But how to sort the game-changers from the no-hopers? Enter Rhodri Marsden with his fool-proof solid-state hype detector
'Sorry, something went wrong,' Facebook's error page told a number of users
The company has tried to take on Snapchat before — including devoted apps and rumoured offers to buy it
The amount of posts taken down because they were illegal also rocketed up, increasing 112 per cent in the first half of 2014
In the same way the Internet is being consumed through apps, more apps are now going to be consumed through Notify