Facebook introduced technology that disables ad blockers used by people who visit the platform via desktop computers, but Adblock Plus has already foiled the platform’s efforts, at least for now.
A look at Twitter’s 10-year failure to stop harassment.
Are mobile apps killing the web?
LinkedIn sues to shut down “scrapers.”
The FTC is planning to police social media influencers’ paid endorsements more strictly; hashtags like #ad may not be sufficient to avoid FTC scrutiny. Officials in the UK are cracking down on paid posts, too.
Dan Rather, Facebook anchorman.
The U.S. Olympic Committee sent letters to non-sponsoring companies warning them against posting about the games on their corporate social media accounts.
How IHOP keeps winning the love & affection of its 3.5 million Facebook fans.
A Canadian woman whose home was designated a Pokémon Go “stop” is suing the app’s creators for trespass and nuisance. We saw that coming.
There’s a website dedicated to helping Snapchat users fool their followers into thinking they’re out on the town.
Facebook has been wooing premium content owners, but TV companies are reportedly resisting.
PETA got a primatologist to submit an amicus curiae brief supporting its suit alleging a monkey who took a selfie is entitled to a copyright for the image.