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 So-called fake news has real consequences, and everyone in the U.S. keeps learning that the hard way. Not just executives at social networks like Facebook, Reddit and Twitter. Or disgruntledĀ andĀ brilliant Weather Channel meteorologists. Drive...

As 2016 mercifully comes to an end, Twitter has launched a new hashtag #ThisHappened and an accompanying video to highlight the trending news of the year. 2016.#ThisHappened pic.twitter.com/dyBWDvQjtj — Twitter (@twitter) December 6, 2016 From...

Despite its critics, social activism was stronger than ever on Twitter in 2016.  In Australia, hashtags like #blacklivesmatter, #letthemstay and #loveislove dominated according to Twitter's own statistics, but the country's #IndigenousDads movem...

Some of the biggest names in tech have concocted a plan to combat the spread of terrorist content online together. Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and Alphabet-owned YouTube are creating a shared database of "hashes" for any terror-related conte...

Data journalists pulled 26,234 of Trump's 34,062 tweets (dating from Jun 1 2015 to Nov 17 2016) from the Twitter API and analyzed them for news-sources, producing a long, detailed analysis complemented by interactive graphics. (more…)...

Let's not be mealymouthed: 2016 sucked. As a stark reminder, Twitter has released its "Top 10 Global Conversations" for the year, a change from last year's #YearOnTwitter format. This time, it lumped events into categories like #RIP...

Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Google are teaming up on a new effort to prevent the spread of terrorist content on their networks.  The companies are creating a shared database that will allow them to track the "digital fingerprints" of accoun...