The 0.5 selfie trend is a nostalgic protest against perfection
"Deliberately chaotic, ugly, and often distorted."
How fraudulent DMCA takedowns censored a prominent cryptocurrency critic on Substack
Fake copyright claims are being weaponized on the internet.
Who owns the rights to your face?
When we create our social media accounts, we agree to grant those platforms a free license to use our content as they wish.
Taylor Swift can't stop emitting CO2 with her private plane. The internet can't stop cracking jokes.
Swift's private jet flew 170 times out of the first 200 days this year.
No, Elon Musk. There's no conspiracy behind low engagement on Twitter. It's summer.
If your Twitter engagement is down, blame the summer slump.
YouTube creators can now quickly make Shorts from their long-form videos
Old-school YouTube creators now have an easy way into TikTok-like Shorts.
Is one of Twitter’s enduring mysteries at its endgame?
@coffee_dad’s final mission may have begun
A once-lost WWE wrestling match just resurfaced on Instagram
The full-length Bret Hart vs. Tom Magee match is now available for the first time ever.
Algorithm reveals how Twitter hurts the quality of news
Tweets are good for business, but not for readers.
Elon Musk is backing out of Twitter deal
Know anyone in the market for a slightly used social media site?
'Twitter Circle' is here for all your trash-talking needs
Because let's be real: Not all of your followers are in the cool kids club.
No, RadioShack's Twitter wasn't hacked. It sells cryptocurrency now.
Internet marketer Tai Lopez bought RadioShack. This is the (edgelord) result.
Donald Trump melts down on Truth Social over Cassidy Hutchinson's Jan. 6 testimony
From ketchup dripping down the walls to an attempted limo takeover, the surprise hearing has Trump lashing out online.
Feeling lost? Follow these reproductive justice accounts.
Promoting access to personal health education and advocacy, one page at a time.
NGL: the app that lets you share anonymous thoughts with mutuals
Not gonna lie, we could use a safer space online.
Snapchat tests paid subscription called Snapchat Plus (of course)
Throwing a plus after your brand name and then charging for it is a universally successful business strategy!
Twitter's latest shopping feature could make it easier to catch a PlayStation 5 drop
U.S. users with iOS devices will be the first to see it.
Chat messages that set off conspiracies about Buffalo and Uvalde shootings confirmed to be fake
Beware of fake screenshots spreading disinformation.
Instagram and Amber Alert team up to put breaking information into your scroll
The photo-sharing app becomes the internet's new milk carton.
What's Yubo, the 'Tinder for Teens' social networking app used by the Uvalde school shooter?
The gunman showed some warning signs on the app.
TikTok is going LIVE, with Twitch-like subscriptions
The program will offer special perks to subscribers.
Donald Trump's Truth Social launches a web app
Get ready to see a little more of Trump's social media content.
Twitter's new misinformation policy aims to tamp down misleading viral tweets
Some timeline spring cleaning.
New York AG launching investigation into Twitch, 4chan, and Discord over Buffalo shooting
The shooter used each service to plan and execute his acts of hate.
From lake science to bones to snails, these TikTok accounts are STEM treasure troves
Science is still cool, folks.