Rule number one: No drunk statuses
From the feeling of never quite scrolling to the end of a news feed to those perfect pictures on Instagram, is it healthy to take time out every once in a while? Two people tried it with encouraging results.
Companies and institutions shouldn't make it so hard for people to enjoy their right to privacy
The painting received thousands of likes and supportive comments on social media
'The BBC can’t edit the internet, but we won't stand aside either', James Harding tells staff
How, for example, would you tweet the start of World War Two? Amid the abuse of social media, how would you convince readers that, yes, the Nazis really are about to invade Poland?
Local police say they have no legal means to force sites to take the video of Katelyn Nicole Davies' death down
Reclaim the power from the little screen in your pocket
Luciano Ponzetto previously said hunting was 'not morally incompatible' with his job as a vet
'I love you so much just remember that please and I'm so sorry for everything,' the 18-year-old wrote in her final message to her family
Throughout school surveillance, measurement and competition have been ingrained into the psyche of this generation, alongside the idea that anyone can produce an interesting ‘show and tell’ and sell ‘brand me’ if they try hard enough
'It is vital we confront the fact that an increasing number are struggling to deal with the pressures and demands of modern-day life'
Nearly half – 47 per cent – of those who voted for the UK to stay in the European Union said their side would have won the referendum if social media did not exist
'Jay-Z and Kanye show no matter how big you are, you'll still need to be a good Instagram husband occassionally'
International gangs of organised criminals are increasingly targeting vulnerable young men by luring them into cyber-entrapment scams
Health Secretary says social media firms need to do more combat a culture of online intimidation and sexual imagery