• Lawmaker Blasts Facebook Over Political-Group Recommendations
    "Facebook's system of recommending political groups poses grave threats to American democracy and public safety," Senator Ed Markey says in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
  • Micro-Influencers Average 185K Views For Their Videos
    They may not wield massive followers like the Kardashians, but 38% of burgeoning YouTubers express interest in working with brands.
  • Social Platform GoPoolit Launches
    The platform, billed as "social media for good," allows micro-donations to charities with every post.
  • Fakers Beware: Social Media Can -- And Should -- Knock Out Lies Quickly
    In a digital age, appropriating a false identity, as Hilaria Baldwin did, is risky. But for any celebrity, deceptions are now easier to find.
  • Twitter Sued For Libel In Hunter Biden Email Controversy
    Computer repair shop owner John Paul Mac Isaac is suing Twitter for defamation over its handling of the 'NY Post''s story about Hunter Biden.
  • Moms Turn To TikTok To Learn About New Products
    TikTok's appeal to mothers is its short and quick delivery of content.
  • Why Social Media Thrived In 2020
    Social media advertising formats generated 17% more ad sales in 2020 to reach $80 billion globally, according to a Magna report.
  • Staying 'Afloat' In Sea Of Social Turbulence
    The app has a simple premise: The idea is for users to form groups -- friends, families or colleagues -- then list what they need.
  • Trump Demands Repeal Of Section 230 In Military Bill
    On Thanksgiving, President Trump not only repeated his call to repeal Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, but made the ludicrous claim that doing so was urgently required for the defense of the country.
  • U.S. Brands Pay Social Media Influencers About $13,153 A Year
    Globally, a third of FMCG businesses say their most successful influencer campaign increased sales by $250,000 - $500,000.
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