Facebook Messenger joins the elite “one billion monthly users” club just four years after its release as a standalone app.
A Canadian judge ordered a couple convicted of child neglect to post to all their social media accounts his decision describing their crime.
Leslie Jones of Ghostbusters highlights Twitter’s trolling problem. One tech columnist says the platform needs to rethink its application programming interface strategy to enable users and communities to insulate themselves from abuse.
Don’t drive and Facebook Live.
Google erased Dennis Cooper’s 14-year-old blog without warning or explanation. We recently examined the outcome of lawsuits challenging a platform’s right to remove user content (spoiler alert: the platforms usually win).
Twitter now lets anyone apply to get verified.
Researchers say there’s a correlation between an increase in the psychological stress that teens suffer and the amount of time they’re spending on social media.
A Playboy model who “fat-shamed” a woman by photographing her and posting it to Snapchat risks prosecution.
Forensic psychologists explain why people post evidence of their crimes to social media.
We may soon have a federal law making revenge porn illegal. Our blog post from 2014 took a look at some of the legal issues raised by revenge porn.
There’s now a dating app that sets people up on Pokémon Go dates. Want to know more about the most popular mobile game of all time? Read our Pokémon Go Business and Legal Primer.