An altered photo of rappers Ice Cube and 50 Cent in hats that appear to show support for US President Donald Trump have circulated widely on social media, fuelled in part by a tweet by Eric Trump.
Social media site Twitter says it has resolved a problem which prompted it to crash, causing problems for users across the world.
Social media site Twitter has crashed, causing problems for users across the world.
A group of anti-hate charities have formed an alliance on Twitter in a bid to combat hate speech online.
The decision of Landon Donovan’s San Diego Loyal team to forfeit a match over alleged homophobic abuse has “taken the genie out of the bottle” and could spark similar protests in the future, Kick It Out chair Sanjay Bhandari has said.
An investigation into an online racist threat was dropped because Twitter refused to co-operate with police, an MP has said.
Filming for Jurassic World: Dominion has been paused for two weeks after people working on the film tested positive for coronavirus.
Members of the public have been sharing the unusual results of their skills and careers assessment on the Government website.
The new head of the Secret Intelligence Service signed off from his first day’s work with an unusual warning – that he would start an MI6 recruitment drive among his Twitter followers.
Labour MP Naz Shah has welcomed an apology from Leave.EU after an “horrendous” social media post left her facing abuse and death threats.
The BBC is to publish new guidelines under which it could suspend employees’ Twitter accounts, the new director-general has said.
Some Barclays customers were left unable to make payments or check their balances on Monday morning as they struggled to log into their online banking services.
Nicola Sturgeon has called out misogyny dished out by “cybernats”, online supporters of Scottish independence and the Scottish National Party, as she told those seeking election to Holyrood for the first time to expect abuse on social media.
Thailand’s government has lodged complaints with police against Facebook and Twitter, alleging they failed to comply with court orders to block content judged illegal under Thai law.
Anger, frustration and sadness over the decision not to charge Kentucky police officers for Breonna Taylor’s death has poured into America’s streets.
Twitter has said it is looking into claims the social network’s photo preview algorithm could be racially biased after users posted a series of examples over the weekend.
Political leaders across Europe failed to promote Covid-19 health guidelines on social media in the early days of the pandemic, according to a new academic study.
Twitter has said that starting next week it will label or remove misleading claims that try to undermine public confidence in elections.
New guidelines for internet platforms on how to safely manage self-harm and suicide content have been published by Samaritans in an effort to set industry standards on the issue.
Footballer Marcus Rashford has criticised a Conservative MP for his comments on child hunger.
Social media giants have been accused of failing to act on anti-vaccine misinformation related to the coronavirus, even when it is reported to them.
A Wetherspoons customer has used the Eat Out To Help Out scheme to help feed the homeless in Manchester.
Facebook will restrict the right-wing conspiracy movement QAnon and will no longer recommend that users join groups supporting it.
Twitter has rebuilt the website where it publishes its transparency reports in order to make it easier to understand and be more accessible, the company has said.
Fewer people are using social media to follow news than a year ago, according to a new report from Ofcom.
Australia head coach Justin Langer believes young sports stars should steer clear of social media amidst another week of online incidents.
Twitter has apologised to Manchester United defender Phil Jones for mocking him on its official UK account.
Twitter users can now choose who is able to respond to their tweets as the social media platform rolls out new conversation controls.
Twitter has expressed an interest in buying video platform TikTok’s US operations, it has been reported.
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Brexit and the devastating wildfires in Australia, 2020 has contained some world-changing news stories.