A new video is set to appear on American TV later today, taking aim at Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Even amidst a pandemic, some influencers can’t stop themselves from prancing into businesses to ask for free stuff.
Facebook is throwing a tantrum over the Netflix doccie ‘The Social Dilemma’, stating that it presents a distorted reality.
Kim Kardashian has joined a number of other celebrities in support of the #StopHateForProfit campaign.
I’m sure many of us have considered whether or not our social media use is beneficial, or detrimental, to our mental health. One thing is for sure – we’re all being manipulated.
Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Luigi Di Maio, not only crossed a line, but took it one step further.
As of September, we’ll all have to get used to a new Facebook aesthetic. Cue the inevitable complaints.
Posting a black and white selfie where you look attractive – cool. Using the opportunity to create meaningful action – cooler.
Remember back in 2007, when you thought it was hilarious to post about getting blackout drunk? There’s a new Facebook feature for that.
If you have even a passing interest in British politics, you’ll know that Dominic Cummings has had a rough week. Deservedly so, because he’s an absolute prat.
Not only are people ignoring the lockdown regulations, but they’re posting pictures of it online, too.
A lawyer weighs in on what could happen if you’re caught advertising illicit alcohol or tobacco products on social media.
A case of crimen injuria has been opened against a woman who referred to President Ramaphosa as an “ape” on Facebook.
It wasn’t long before the comments section erupted into anger, insults, and bickering, as we have come to expect with all forms of social media.
Mark Zuckerberg’s hair is back in the limelight after an artist archived every Zuckerberg hairstyle, ever.
As Facebook grew from dorm room idea to international social media giant, Zuck detailed his vision for the company in a series of notebooks and journals.
Facebook’s new “Off-Facebook Activity” tracker lets you know just how brazenly the social network is watching everything that you do.
You’re not imagining it, because Facebook really is tracking you. The good news is that you can do something about it.
Parents across the US are panicking about a sex trafficking syndicate using white vans, despite the fact that there is zero evidence to back up these claims.
Even LEGO is taking a stab at Elon Musk, following that rather embarrassing Cybertruck window incident.
Sacha Baron Cohen used his speech at the Anti-Defamation League Leadership Awards to tear Facebook, Zuckerberg, and the rest of Silicon Valley a new one.
Reformed con artist Frank Abagnale knows a thing or two about how to run a scam, and how to avoid being on the wrong end of one.
Yesterday, Zuck appeared before Congress, where he was asked questions about Facebook’s data, political ads, cryptocurrency project Libra, and his haircut.
Claiming from your insurance company? Be careful what you post on social media because they could be watching.
Many entrepreneurs around the world look towards Silicon Valley for inspiration, although there’s plenty that happens behind the scenes.