Like its impact on marginalized communities, shadow banning is very much real.
Melania Trump advocates for “healthy online behavior,” but it seems she hasn’t thought twice about the president’s use of Twitter for bullying.
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Four fashion influencers reveal what they were paid for recent social media campaigns they worked on.
Social media feeds our appetite for fashion, but the result is a recipe for environmental disaster.
"You make even the coldest days feel warm," the former first lady captioned her cute snap of Barack and their daughters playing in the snow.
The New York Police Department says its facial recognition database is limited to mugshots, but documents obtained by HuffPost show apparent Facebook photos.
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The president has been urged to stay out of his former adviser's sentencing, which he's called a “miscarriage of justice."
The 25-year-old, who has become a sensation on social media, is a filmmaker in her own right and apparently working on a feature-length script.
The former "How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days" co-stars playfully reminisced on social media about the film's true star: a fern that symbolized their characters' love.
Dr. Li Wenliang warned authorities of the new virus, but was reprimanded. Now he's the face of simmering anger at the ruling Communist Party.
The CBS host faced social media backlash after talking with WNBA star Lisa Leslie about the 2003 charges against the late basketball star.
Hollywood luminaries and other public figures flooded social media with messages about the "Spartacus" icon's impact on the industry.
“Other people can try to build walls, keep us out or put us in cages," Lopez wrote on social media with her video montage.
Martin Baron, the Post's executive editor, told staff in an internal email that it's "not always easy to know where to draw the line."
The platform still has offered no solid plan for all the other misinformation, though.
The newspaper lifted Felicia Sonmez's suspension after a widespread outcry that included many newsroom colleagues.
The "Saturday Night Live” cast member pointed out that the left and right have one thing in common on the social media platform: They both fat-shame.
Hoaxes about the new coronavirus strain are popping up, complicating health officials' efforts to get the truth out about the still-mysterious illness.
Dolly Parton just dragged us all for the people we're pretending to be on the social networking site.