A complaint unsealed in a U.S. court detailed a coordinated effort by Saudi officials to recruit Twitter employees to look up users' private data.
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As the protests in Lebanon continue, we break down the signs of bot-like activity and explore the difficulty in identifying inauthentic behaviour online.
The government can step in and force social media companies to set up some basic protocols to guard against the posting of campaign lies. This would be a whole new frontier for the government, and regulation of online speech is tricky to say the least.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg testifies before US Congress
Th social media giant is looking at what to do once deepfakes are detected, including whether to label the videos or take them down.
An Australian news outlet has taken a more humorous approach to the recent criticism of the teen activist.
Amazingly, you can now buy second-hand clothing straight from the Kardashians' wardrobe, but critics are dubious.
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The course promises instafamous influencers as guest speakers will give its students the edge.
Sending the right message is important in politics, but an irritated aide to Boris Johnson may have taken it too far by snatching a coffee out of his hand in front of television cameras.
The video was shared by the Los Angeles Police Department last week.
"We see these terrible stories, and they are terrible, and we all immediately wonder, if this were happening to me, would people come to my aid?" one media expert said.
Social media has played an increasing role in the 2019 elections, as political parties and their lead candidates have sought to increase online engagement with potential voters
Emmanuel Macron tweeted that the former President and Prime Minister of France "resembled us and brought us together".
"Images are often more powerful than words with more potential to go viral," said Samantha Bradshaw, one of the report's author's
"Political parties and candidates, like all individuals and organizations on Facebook and Instagram, must adhere to our rules, regardless of their ideology."
Facebook has pledged to curb anti-vaccine misinformation but does the social network's new policy go far enough? Alex Morgan from The Cube has the story.
Twitter suspended more than 200,000 accounts that it believes were part of a Chinese government campaign targeting the protest movement in Hong Kong.
Euronews' Cube team uses social media to analyse the US president's claim that China is moving troops towards Hong Kong.
The move appears to be the latest development in Donald Trump’s war on what he claims is a bias against Conservative views on sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
One year ago, Richard Akoto Appiah, a secondary school teacher in Ghana came to limelight after a post of him teaching students Information Communication Technology ICT by drawing the Microsoft word s
Shahd Faisal Khidir told Euronews why political activism has become part of her work and life, and why the Sudan uprising is a topic that is important to her.
Time could be up for anonymous message site 8chan.
Presumably tongue-in-cheek Facebook post calls on people to "storm" the restricted area, which has captivated generations of conspiracy theorists.
Contrary to the 2014 Occupy Hong Kong movement, protesters chose to organise on forums and encrypted message services rather than rely on Facebook.