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A majority of U.S. adults—62%—now get their news on social media.
An apartment complex in Utah is trying to force its residents to “friend” the complex.
Will the next head of state take over the vast online infrastructure that the Obama administration created as the first administration to digitally engage with its constituency?
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Texas inmates are now barred from using social media.
Participating in online social networks in Russia has become risky business.
To comply with a new code of conduct in the European Union, the biggest social media platforms have agreed to remove hate speech within 24 hours.
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Instagram’s mobile app has a new dashboard that allows small businesses to measure the reach of their posts.
Periscope users can now moderate comments during their broadcasts.
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