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Instagram Will Now Blur Out What It Calls 'Sensitive' Content
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Snapchat's US Share Listing Is Set To Be The Biggest In Years
It started life in California as an ephemeral photo-sharing app and quickly gained notoriety as a platform for sexting. Now Snapchat is...
Facebook Has Lost A Massive $500m In A Virtual Reality Legal Battle
A US court has ordered Facebook to pay $500 million after a jury found that it had unlawfully used another company’s virtual...
Twitter, Facebook Facing New Legal Curbs On Online Abuse
Facebook and Twitter could be legally forced to tackle abusive online trolls under a fresh crackdown considered by Parliament. The two...
Trump, Staying Sane, And Why I Quit Facebook
Lucy von Sturmer
I didn't expect Trump's inauguration to affect me so much. However, last Sunday, following my participation in Amsterdam's Women's March,...
Facebook Messenger Has Started Testing Ads, Because Nothing Is Sacred Anymore
Facebook is famously cautious when it comes to introducing new ads into its roster of platforms. Ever since the site first launched, the...
Phrases To Use In Social Media Spats
Like many, I've been a bit busy on social media these past few weeks. Most of the time I manage to have respectful discussions, admittedly...
Do Our Children Want To Be On Social Media?
Social media can offer sanity-saving connectedness and support, particularly during the isolated early days of parenthood, but I implore...
Online Hate Speech - Why Words Do Matter
Over time, online hate speech moves the boundaries of what is considered acceptable. Readers become desensitised to the words and images...
Millennials Explain Why They Deleted Their Social Media Accounts
When it comes to social media many of us are, for want of a better word, addicted. The average person has roughly five social media accounts...
Empathy For The Devil - How To Survive Cynicism In 2017
Forget the Euro, dollar, pound or even the Smackeroony - cynicism is the new currency being traded across the world. And cousin, business...
Facebook And Twitter Chiefs Could Face Commons Grilling Over Fake News
Sarah Ann Harris
Social media bosses could be questioned over whether they are doing enough to stop fake news. The Commons Culture Committee is said...
Encrypted WhatsApp Messages Could Be Read, Researchers Warn
A WhatsApp bug could enable government agencies to read encrypted messages, research suggests. Security expert Thomas Boelter has uncovered...
Facebook Is Working On A Way To Read Your Mind, No Seriously
We all know those people on Facebook who can’t help but share every thought that has ever passed through their stream of consciousness. And...
Caught In The Trap Of The Facebook Filter
There was a time when glamour magazines were at the forefront of the news for being considered a thing of concern, and photoshopped images...
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