Read the room.
Say it isn’t so.
He has a point.
Humans show a dangerous preference for false news in a first-of-its-kind study.
If you’re still among the many that haven’t let Facebook’s latest controversy deter you from using its services, you may be intrigued or possibly alarmed to learn that your political views are among the many things it records. Recently, Facebook came under fire when a connection was made between the use of profile data by … Continued
According to a federal court in New York, if you’ve ever linked to a Tweet on your blog, you could be guilty of copyright infringement. This, of course, is an entirely different song once sung by courts, which declared that copyright liability lands with the host and not the linking party. The ruling came about … Continued
A decade-long legal battle demonstrates the possible consequences of oversharing.
Some scientists have started using social media as a powerful tool for discovering new species, and believe they’ve identified dozens of new spider species alone via Facebook photos.