A junior doctor helping to run an Instagram page documenting the lives of frontline workers has said the platform is “therapeutic”.
Kate Ferdinand has said she often feels “overwhelmed” following the birth of her son, but that she is seeing little improvements every day.
The decision by some social media giants to ban US President Donald Trump from their platforms raises a “very big question” in terms of regulation, Matt Hancock has said.
Deprived of his major online megaphones, Donald Trump is seeking alternative ways to spread his messages in his last days in the White House.
Donald Trump’s permanent suspension from Twitter following the storming of the US Capitol by his supporters marks another significant step in the president’s tumultuous relationship with social media.
Sir David Attenborough does not intend to return to Instagram after a brief stint on the social media platform.
Facebook is blocking Donald Trump “indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks”, the social network’s boss Mark Zuckerberg has said following rioting in the US Capitol.
QPR have strongly condemned the “abhorrent” online abuse aimed at forward Bright Osayi-Samuel following Tuesday’s game with Norwich.
Migrants hoping to enter the UK will be shown “hard-hitting” geo-targeted adverts via social media in a bid to deter people from making dangerous attempts via the English Channel.
Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association over the use of a racial term in a social media post.
Proposed new laws to regulate social media firms will take “decisive action to protect people online”, the Culture Secretary has said.
Online platforms that fail to protect users or remove harmful content face multimillion-pound fines and being blocked in the UK under new laws, the Government has announced.
Social media giants face tougher laws on what they can allow on their platforms in a bid to make the internet safer for children and the vulnerable.
Facebook says it is working to fix an issue on its network which has left some users unable to send messages on Instagram, Messenger and the Workplace Chat apps.
Facebook has been told efforts to remove false claims about new coronavirus vaccines are “too little too late”.
Facebook has said it will start removing false claims about new coronavirus vaccines after it was revealed jabs could be rolled out as soon as next week.
Anti-vaccine disinformation is one of the greatest risks to our way out of the global pandemic, a British MP has warned international lawmakers.
Rebel Wilson became tearful as she opened up about her 28kg weight loss in her “year of health”.
Facebook’s independent oversight board has revealed the first cases it will investigate with powers to overturn decisions made by the social network.
Justin Bieber said he is “completely and utterly obsessed” as he paid tribute to his wife Hailey on her 24th birthday.
The Vatican is investigating how Pope Francis’s official Instagram account ‘liked’ a photo of a scantily-clad Brazilian model.
Rebekah Vardy has won the first round of her libel battle against Coleen Rooney after she was accused of leaking stories about Rooney’s private life to the media.
Coleen Rooney’s post accusing Rebekah Vardy of leaking stories about her private life to the media “clearly identified” her as being “guilty of the serious and consistent breach of trust that she alleges”, the High Court has ruled.
The High Court will rule on the first skirmish in Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney’s high-profile libel battle on Friday afternoon.
Coleen Rooney “pointed the finger” at Rebekah Vardy as “the villain” who allegedly leaked stories about her private life to the media, the High Court has heard.
Reality TV star Sam Gowland breached advertising rules by boasting a betting tipster service had helped him pay for his new car and linking to the site on his Instagram page, the regulator has said.
Twitter is rolling out a feature similar to Instagram Stories and Snapchat where people can share posts that disappear within 24 hours.
The Government is being urged to bring forward “tough” online harms legislation after a children’s charity warned lockdown had created a “perfect storm” for offenders to groom youngsters.
Instagram is introducing new technology to its app in the UK and Europe that is able to better identify suicide and self-harm content which breaks the app’s rules.
Twitter have permanently suspended conspiracy theorist David Icke’s account.