Twitter is looking to longer videos to keep users plugged into the service.
To break up large pro-ISIS groups, agencies should start small.
The terror group's forays in social tech may prove to be a high-risk, high-cost experiment.
Everything can be hacked on the internet, even newly-created Facebook clones hosted in North Korea.
A web analytics firm traced this social network to North Korea—and anyone can sign up.
After the launch of Facebook's hidden service and an updated Android app making connections smoother, more people are visiting the site over Tor.
Facebook used its f8 developer conference to lay out its vision for Messenger.
After several months of testing, Facebook Reactions lets users respond to News Feed stories with more emotions than a mere “Like.”
MySpace was acquired by Time, Inc, because content farms and social networks aren’t that different at this point. They are both pages of content, usually produced by humans, used to sell advertisements against.
Jack Dorsey’s social network could use some good news right about now.