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Dedicated cafes and bars for board games offer people chance to engage socially – and put down their phones
Digital Age iconoclast has a new book, a new attitude, and new wisdom for social media users
Top stories and more: EU sets a three-month deadline for social media giants to speed up removal of extremist online content
Almost half of young people surveyed said they had experienced threatening, intimidating or nasty messages online
As the world focuses on Russia's alleged interference in U.S. elections, Russian dissidents are focusing closer to home - their own presidential elections. Their goal is to prevent President Vladimir Putin...
Sina Weibo, China's version of Twitter, has reversed a sweeping ban on 'homosexual content'
One of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's most ardent supporters says there's "no other person to lead the company"
All the takeaways from Zuckerberg's second day of testimony as well as key highlights of his interactions with lawmakers
A number of videos spread using the WhatsApp messenger service have led to instances of mob violence in parts of India
On Tuesday, a raccoon scaling a building in Minnesota captured the attention of social media
The clip, viewed 1.2 million times, purported to show a TV crew staging migrants drowning near a beach in Crete
UN Myanmar investigator: "I'm afraid that Facebook has now turned into a beast"
Martin Shkreli's in jail for a Facebook post in which he called for a hair from the head of Hillary Clinton, raising some interesting issues about freedom of speech
Help WikiTribune report on Uganda's new social media tax that hopes to increase revenue and reduce online gossip
Logan Paul has been removed from the video platform's premium advertising lineup after 'disrespectful' post.
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Iranian women are not allowed to watch male football matches but a group entered anyway disguised as men