Instagram now allows users to hide offensive comments posted to their feeds. Take that trolls!

Soon you’ll be able to watch Twitter content like NFL Thursday Night Football on a Twitter app on Apple TV, Xbox One and Amazon Fire TV.

“Ballot selfie” laws—laws that prohibit posting online photos of completed election ballots—are being challenged in Michigan and New Hampshire.

Google may be recording you regularly.

YouTube content creators can now communicate with their followers in real time.

AdBlock Plus has launched a service that allows website operators to display “acceptable” ads to visitors using the popular ad blocking software. Irony, anyone?

The EU might soon require the same things of chat apps like Skype that it requires of telecom businesses.

A controversial proposal aims to give the EU’s 500 million consumers more digital streaming content choices.

An Austrian teen whose parents overshared on social media looks to the law for recourse.

Baltimore County officials warned government employees to watch what they say on social media.

With so many alternative content providers around these days, why do we still watch so much TV?

Here’s a list of 50 Snapchat marketing influencers who Mashable says are worth following.