Social media is now the driving force of customer acquisition for brands. This is where we now see feedback and sales taking place. Twitter is still at the top of the social networks for engagement, and there are several ways you can...Show More Summary
Less than one percent of news and information on Facebook is fake, according to the social network.
Facebook temporarily banned the RT media outlet from posting images, videos, and links to articles on the social network as the result of what appears to have been a technical malfunction.
The social network meets its diversity goals for 2016, but admits it still has more work to do.
Facebook has changed the way we read our private messages. Again. In the latest update sure to stir up the user base — even if it's just for a little while — the social network appears to have ditched the old layout of its desktop website's...Show More Summary
Facebook has blocked the Kremlin-run RT media outlet from posting links and videos to the social network, according to posts on the company's Facebook page. The ban, which allegedly came from Facebook after the Russian media companyShow More Summary
Google is acquiring Twitter's mobile application developer platform Fabric, a move which could give some breathing room for the social network after charting an independent path without a suitor.
In an open letter, almost 80 advocacy groups say the social network needs to be more transparent about its censorship decisions.
Nearly 80 rights organizations have come together to make a plea to Facebook for more transparent and involved policies around handling censorship and abuse on the social network.
DataSift, which taps and structures data from social networks to provide more insights into it, has added a new partner to its own network. The company has linked up with LinkedIn — the social network for the working world with 467 million...Show More Summary
Facebook has received a lot of the blame, or credit, for the results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, but how many voters actually relied on the social network as a news source?
Who would have thought that President-elect Donald Trump, who has made headlines with his rants, fights, spelling errors and wrong mentions on Twitter actually dislikes the social network? SEE ALSO: After Trump's comments, the wrong...Show More Summary
Google is refusing to let Google+ die. The vast majority of the social network's users have long-since abandoned it — but the Californian tech giant is continuing to modify and update the platform. In a blog post published Tuesday, Google+...Show More Summary
I like Facebook and I’m not deleting my account any time soon. But I do feel like I have an unhealthy relationship with the social network. It kinda feels like that one friend who’s slightly too nagging. You know, the one that’s always demanding attention. Show More Summary
As Twitter officially winds down its six-second video sharing service Vine today, the app on iOS and Android has transformed into the Vine Camera app as expected. As we noted earlier today, Vine the social network is officially closing its doors as today marks the last day that users are able to download their content from the service. more… Filed under: Apple
Vine is all-but dead. Though the app will survive as a camera, its dedicated community will be gone as of tomorrow. But Twitter will now keep at least one other aspect of the social network alive by looping any video under 6.5 seconds. Show More Summary
Facebook is expanding its efforts to filter fake news. Facebook launched tools designed to counter bogus narratives in the U.S. in December. And the social network is now launching a similar set of tools in Germany, which is due to hold a federal election in 2017. Show More Summary
Facebook says it's introducing measures to tackle the spread of fake news in Germany, months before the country holds a national election. The social network said Sunday the investigative media group Correctiv will be its first outside fact-checker in Germany, and it's working to bring aboard other media organizations, the...
Facebook users will soon be able to flag news stories as fake and the social network may subsequently label the stories as "disputed" in a test of fake news filtering tools starting soon in Germany. The test will send user-flagged stories to Correctiv, a third-party fact checker. Show More Summary
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A Syrian refugee whose selfie with German Chancellor Angela Merkel went viral is suing Facebook for defamation, his lawyer said, after the social networking site failed to take down a series of posts accusing him of being a militant and criminal. Anas Modamani, a 19-year-old refugee from Damascus, was pictured in […]