The musician has faced a serious backlash for her homophobic and racist tweets
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
From attacking Beyonce's feminist credentials to being threatened with being sued by Sarah Palin
Coercive control, emotional manipulation and passive aggressiveness are common yet overlooked signs of abuse
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
The tool will live on, but in the form of push notifications, as Twitter looks to become more of a news service
Having to think about whether to share a message may cause 'cognitive overload' that interferes with remembering what it says – and also causes lasting negative effects
Technology companies make up 20 of the 25 highest-paying companies in the US.
Whatever the truth about Twitter's new Greater China boss, the way US internet companies are leaning is very clear
Passing of the motion divides opinion on Twitter on the first day of National Conference
According to research, 95 per cent of Twitter users linked to Isis simply set up new accounts after getting banned
Nearly 20 per cent of social media users report mental health problems due to pressure of 'keeping up appearances'
Andrea Peterson looks at how tech companies are changing the way blind people experience the world, on and offline
The tool is meant to allow people to talk about tweets in private, and the site says that doing so has already grown 200 per cent in the last year
It still isn't clear exactly how the global arrangement will work, after Twitter beat other tech companies to secure the mysterious rights