Steve Bannon and George Osborn talk about their life on social media.
If people want to receive all their news from a single feed that reinforces their beliefs, there is little that can be done.
Are social media challenges the new propaganda poster?
Twitter users are predicting the first hissy fit the President-Elect will throw when he takes office.
Many are arguing that "filter bubbles" on social media are blinding us to the world around us. Here's how to pop yours.
How and why social media giants helped Donald Trump on his way to victory.
The death of the peach emoji and Twitter's #DMYourCrushDay show that the ways in which we flirt online are constantly changing.
The references to social media in the the latest trailer for T2 have none of the impact of the original Trainspotting speech.
Academics examine whether a trending hashtag can really spread positivity.
Warning: George Osborne on loop.
Academics and social media users weigh in on Twitter’s most unexplained phenomenon.
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