Social media can get you in a professional pickle. Use it wisely, says Jessica Moore
You don't need them anyway
A Belgian court has ruled that Facebook can track users whether they're logged in or not
Facebook waves goodbye to the app that inspired Instant Articles
The comedian was rebuked for weighing into the debate even though he grew up in Australia
80% believe it’s harder to get a job today than it was for their parents, yet still have unrealistic career expectations
This weekend an account was spotted sending screenshots of 'blasphemous' tweets to the Dubai police and calling for action, after a 16-year-old girl rewrote a passage of the Quran to include a slang term for vaginas
'These sort of blind peer-to-peer shares are really important in determining what news gets circulated and what just fades off the public radar'
Advertising agencies are for the first time turning to Instagram more frequently than Twitter
Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death
What is most disturbing is the little girl in the hijab. Muslims have been relentlessly fighting for the right of young girls to choose the hijab, rather than have it enforced upon them
Isis is ‘cool’ to a lot of vulnerable young people. A Twitter account called 'Think again turn away' wasn't really going to cut it
Women weren't quite as aggressive as men, but the study found they weren't any less assertive
In an interview last month about Facebook’s recent push into live streaming video, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg repeats the word “raw” like it’s some kind of sacred totem. Facebook Live is “raw and visceral,” he says. It’s this “new, raw” way to communicate.
Reddit's new image uploader could take traffic away from Imgur
Cross-party group of MPs will today launch 'Reclaim the Internet' campaign at parliament to tackle online abuse