Twitter has expanded its rules against 'hateful conduct' to include language that demeans others on the basis of religion.
The campaign -- intended to promote soccer apparel in the U.K. -- was too easily turned into a platform to spread hate.
The tech titan posted a 9% year-over-year increase in users in the fourth quarter of 2018, along with a 30% increase in revenue.
The blockchain technology, which will keep financial and social data separate through a new subsidiary dubbed Calibra, should be available in first-half 2020.
USC researchers found viewing viral videos of police shootings and detained immigrants are associated with depressive and PTSD symptoms in adolescents of color.
New research suggests that Europe's data protection and privacy initiative may not have gone far enough, as we learn more about the impact of regulatory efforts around the world.
By 2020, eMarketer expects the average daily time users spend on Facebook to drop to 37 minutes. Engagement on Snapchat has essentially plateaued.
Known to the world as musical.ly until it was acquired and modified by ByteDance, TikTok racked up 33 million new installs during the first quarter of the year.
The vulnerability apparently allowed bad actors to install high-end spyware on the phones of WhatsApp users. The spyware is popular among government spy agencies.
Parent company Facebook is now rushing to preserve the integrity of Instagram's content.