• Chipotle's Social Media Policy Broke Labor Law
    Fast-food chain Chipotle ran afoul of federal labor laws when it fired an employee who criticized the company on Twitter.
  • Instagram Goes Algorithmic
    The average user doesn't see 70% of the posts in their Instagram feed, meaning they're missing some of the most interesting content from people they're following.
  • Samsung Unveils Waffle, For Some Reason
    Samsung has unveiled a new social network named "Waffle," because its visual interface resembles the grid of the beloved breakfast food.
  • Dove Bows #SpeakBeautiful Tool
    Dove is launching a new tool to analyze the way women talk.
  • Kids Don't Want Parents To Post Photos Of Them (Without Permission)
    All you proud parents out there may want to stop posting photos of your wonderful amazing brilliant children, or at least start asking them if it's okay to share them first.
  • Web Users Spend 109 Minutes Per Day On Social Media
    Last year the average adult Web user spent 109 minutes per day using social media, according to a new survey from GlobalWebIndex.
  • 50 Cent Must Explain Stacks Of Cash On Instagram
    The rapper known as 50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson III, is in a bit of a legal pickle due to some ill-advised social media posts.
  • Crimson Hexagon Raises $20M
    Social media analytics outfit Crimson Hexagon has raised $20 million in additional equity funding in a new round of investment led by Sageview Capital.
  • NBA's Curry Backs Slyce, Social Tool For Athletes
    Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is taking his game online with a new social network for athletes, Slyce, which he co-founded with Bryant Barr.
  • French Police Warn Parents Against Posting Photos Of Their Kids
    The French national police force is warning parents in a not-at-all prickly fashion that they may want to think twice about posting photos of their children on Facebook or other social networks.
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