Media Justice is one of several organizations participating in a mass log out of Facebook on November 10, driving home the message that the social media giant needs to take heed of valid concerns raised over the platform’s governance.
Twitter just can't seem to get its own verification process right. The company hopes the third time will be the charm.
Former 'Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide' actress Lindsey Shaw made an argument against the backlash she's been receiving after she was cancelled by TikTok for allegedly mocking Black dancers on the popular social media platform.
Phylicia Rashad doubled down on her support for Bill Cosby and is getting dragged for it on social media.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22.5 years, in the murder of George Floyd. News One reports that Chauvin has been found responsible in the death of Floyd and he will receive a harsher sentence. Social media users are met with many emotions watching the hearing this afternoon.
With social media continuing to grow in popularity, more instances of dangerous - and sometimes deadly - outcomes are being reported as participants in online challenges become victims of unexpected tragedy.
Wednesday morning (May 5), an independent oversight board announced that Facebook’s ban on former President Trump will continue. Instagram, which was acquired by Facebook in 2012, will also continue its ban on Trump. “The Board found that, in maintaining an unfounded narrative of electoral fraud and persistent calls to action, Mr. Trump created an environment […]
A Twitter user posed the question of what events from that era would have had the social media network abuzz and King's name began trending.