China’s popular messaging platform may have been late to the party but it’s gaining ground on its rival.
Milo Yiannopoulos was banned by the social network following a series of attacks on actress Leslie Jones.
“We need to teach people about real connections,” says Dr D, addressing a teen’s reported suicide over a TV show and our dependency on social media.
Social media titan faces $1bn lawsuit for allegedly allowing the Hamas group to use the platform to plot attacks.
Pokemon Go’s virtual world is causing real world poblems for some serious addicts.
Some have called the video of Philando Castile's death a 'sick sort of voyeurism'.
With every search you make, Google is quietly collecting information for a personalised profile it uses to serve you targeted ads.
Turkey appears to take a step that has become increasingly common around the world in moments of political uncertainty.
The South African government has defended its controversial votes against key elements of a UN resolution supporting internet freedom.
The US and Japan join seven European countries in top 10, while SA’s at 65th position.
Renee is the victim of cyberstalkers - and, thanks to Twitter, they now have her address...
China's internet regulator will launch a crackdown on the reporting of news gathered from social media.
Beset by a 10-month-old surge in Palestinian street attacks, Israel says that Facebook has been used to perpetuate bloodshed.
Facebook has increased the number of regular users in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.
After ten years of pranking the media Tommaso Debenedetti shows no sign of slowing down.