Facebook might actually release a "sympathize" button.
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Is it a real strike to mass surveillance, or just a PR exercise?
Trolls be trollin'. Then they get banned.
The UK's attorney general warns that tweeting about court cases can threaten the justice system, because hey, we're all journalists now.
Oh, and it will cost US taxpayers millions of dollars, too. Here's how.
It's going to take a credibility plugin and a lot of sorting through the noise for this to work.
But even false information was outweighed by sentiment and opinion.
Here's how the government tweeted their triumphant return to, umm, governing.
It's designed to give you new perspective on social media by "dissolving your biases."
It looks like Willy Wonka's iPad factory.
The company has spelled out for would-be stock owners all the ways it could really blow it.
A new report found spam on social networks more than tripled in just the first half of this year—up 355%
The best official tweets from the government shutdown.
A website that lets you see what data you—or anyone else—give away while tweeting.
As Assad supporters flood the NY Times Facebook page, is the registrar the weak point?
Facebook released its first-ever government data requests report, and as we've come to expect, the United States leads the rest of the world.
You'll still click 'agree.'
There's nothing that makes a whole lot of sense about @PTCruiserUSA. Even by Twitter standards.
It's not often that ancient Chinese texts about divining the future and social media meet.
Twitter allows everyone to be a seismologist, and the USGS is taking advantage.
Mix things up a bit, won't you?
A Wild West standoff, in 15 seconds.
Facebook's unrivaled size and scope shouldn't be brushed aside.