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Instagram was already a time-suck. This new feature is going to make it worse.
WhatsApp rips off Snapchat Stories with new update that brings disappearing pictures, GIFs, and videos to statuses.
If you say nasty things on Twitter, your reach across the network may be temporarily diminished.
Facebook continues its mission to become a "video-first" company.
Twitter rolled back a new fix aimed to prevent abuse a few hours after it met with protests, reflecting that the company is still scrambling to find solutions to the problem of harassment on its service.
LinkedIn says Premium subscribers will gain access to new features that will provide a better return for their monthly fees.
Facebook's Community Help feature lets you give or seek shelter, food, and other forms of assistance.
Max Schrems' 2013 complaint to the Irish data protection commissioner over Facebook's handling of his personal information put him in an unusual position on Tuesday: He's a co-defendant, alongside Facebook, in a case before the High Court of Ireland.
The company is making one big change and two minor ones to curb online abuse.
News organizations operating in France will open up a new fact-checking service, CrossCheck, at the end of this month. Their initial focus will be on covering the forthcoming French elections, but with a number of international organizations participating, the project's reach could grow.
Twitter said late Monday it is rolling out features soon to counter abuse on its platform, though it did not provide details of the measures it is taking to address the problem.
Forgot your password? Well, Facebook wants to help you recover your account. The company is releasing an open source protocol that’ll let third-party sites recover a user’s account through Facebook, or any trusted service.
LinkedIn’s desktop interface is getting a fresh coat of paint. The professional social network unveiled Thursday the largest overhaul to the desktop version of its website since the service launched.
Facebook has chosen Odense in Denmark as the site of its third data center outside the U.S.