On Easter Sunday, a man now dubbed the “Facebook killer” shot and killed a grandfather before uploading footage of the murder to the social network.
What happens after #DeleteUber, #BoycottUnited, and #DumpKelloggs stop trending?
Why has Peppa become an icon for Brexiteers, Islamophobes, and Satanists?
Many users claim to hate social networks like Facebook and Twitter, yet they never leave the sites. Why?
Facebook's review system normally allows restaurants and local businesses to thrive - but what happens when it’s switched on for a public figure's page?
If Twitter is the new journalism, we are all editors – and responsible for treating our fellow humans with dignity.
Is the video-sharing platform a morally irresponsible slacker for putting ads next to extremist content - or an evil, tyrannical censor for restricting access to LGBT videos?
Thousands of prominent Twitter users have been tweeting the hashtags “Nazi Germany” and “Nazi Holland”.
In four minutes, you can learn a lot about a person.
How did a 19-year-old self-published author's debut novel become a viral sensation?
People who dress up as animals are adopting Nazi-style iconography and calling themselves “alt-furry”. What’s behind it?
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