The only thing worse than losing a game at home in the Premier League is having to deal with your club’s pre-game hubris afterwards, something Manchester United fans experienced after losing to Crystal Palace.
Kick It Out has called for “decisive action” after Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford was subjected to racist abuse on social media moments after missing a penalty against Crystal Palace.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford was subjected to racist abuse on social media moments after missing a penalty during Saturday’s Premier League match against Crystal Palace.
England’s cricketers were not spared the ridicule of social media after being bowled out for just 67 by Australia at Headingley, with Michael Vaughan and Jonathan Agnew among their critics.
YouTube says it disabled more than 200 videos this week that appeared to be part of a coordinated effort to spread misinformation about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
Children’s TV channel CBBC has caused online debate after it ranked their popular shows, in a tier ranging from “legend” to “hmmm”.
Representatives of Twitter are planning to meet with officials at Manchester United to discuss the racial abuse aimed at Paul Pogba on the social media platform.
A stained glass window featuring the face of Lewis Capaldi is drawing visitors to a Scottish Twitter exhibition at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Betting firms are flouting advertising regulations by encouraging children to engage with gambling adverts for esports tournaments, according to a new report.
Twitter says it has suspended more than 200,000 accounts it believes were part of a Chinese government influence campaign targeting the protest movement in Hong Kong.
Twitter users have been spreading laughter around the social networking website as National Tell a Joke Day trended.
Twitter is set to celebrate the success of #ScottishTwitter with an “immersive visitor centre” during the Edinburgh Fringe.
Twitter remain “deeply committed to improving the health of the conversation” on the social media platform following criticism from Kick It Out after Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham was the victim of online racial abuse.
Hopes of an edit button flying on to Twitter anytime soon are fading after a senior executive indicated that it is not a primary concern for the social network at present.
A former child refugee tracked down a man who bought her a bike when she was five-years-old, after she launched a Twitter campaign to find him.
Chief whip Mark Spencer said his Twitter account has fallen victim to hackers after a bizarre tweet involving a cat and a cryptic message appeared on his profile.
Twitter has revealed it may have used some people’s personal data to target them with advertising without their permission because of issues within the platform’s settings.
A group of YouTubers took to the streets to start spontaneous water fights with strangers in Washington DC and Virginia in the US.
Gordon Ramsay has recreated a viral meme, in which he called TV host Julie Chen an “idiot sandwich”, for the Harlequins rugby team.
A Twitter profile set up in protest against inclusive sex education in UK schools has mass-blocked LGBTQ+ users.
An Aberdeen cheese cafe has been given the seal of approval from the First Minister.
Patrice Evra may have called time on a glittering career in football but his star will surely continue to rise on social media.
A story about a couple who don’t stick to their own side of the bed every night has blown minds across the internet.
New Home Secretary Priti Patel has unblocked a Twitter account representing police officers in Essex after four years.
Twitter reported a rise in revenue and daily active users as the social media platform published its latest financial results.
Half of UK adults get their news from social media, according to research.
The phrase “Happy Birthday Sarah” trended on Twitter on Monday after a woman asked for kind wishes on her big day.
A new bot Twitter account has quickly earned a large following after tweeting mashup emojis every hour.
Actress Jodie Comer has said she was “touched” by a vegetable carving in her likeness submitted at the annual Lambeth Country Show.
The Metropolitan Police’s website has been targeted by hackers who posted a series of bizarre tweets from the force’s official account.