The US government survey found almost half of all internet users had cut back on their online activity due to cybersecurity concerns
He did what any coward would – he pretended it wasn’t him. But it was him and he knows it. And now, thanks to almost 1,000 retweets of his image, so do a whole lot of other people
Barack Obama joins a number of other politicians who have faced embarrassment online
An East Lothian Council document revealed staff were allowed to use false identities on social media to monitor people
40 per cent of those surveyed said they had bought an item online after seeing it used by an influencer on Instagram, Twitter, Vine, or YouTube
The new feature is designed to keep users inside the YouTube app as much as possible
Some users say their Snapchat scores have gone down by thousands of points
Coercive control, emotional manipulation and passive aggressiveness are common yet overlooked signs of abuse
'Personally, the idea of young people preferring to socialise over Facebook rather than down the pub is pretty embarrassing'
The Independent looks at the individuals and life-stories lurking behind these key social media accounts
The new tab offers a personalised list of recommended tweets and accounts - but there's a danger it could overload users with useless information
Bernie Sanders built a movement with the tools of social media. Can his supporters sustain it after the campaign is over?
Kent businessman Danny Lucas set up Littergram to help clean up Britain's streets
Users will soon be able to include multiple tweets in a single report
Facebook could be the one company that could actually make micropayments popular
Passing of the motion divides opinion on Twitter on the first day of National Conference