The Washington Post’s Caitlin Dewey shares some safe-sexting tips on the latest Too Embarrassed to Ask. Sexting: It’s not just something Anthony Weiner does. Nearly 70 percent of college students have
Kill 'em with kindness. How should you fight back against people spewing hate speech in your Facebook News Feed? Kill ’em with kindness, of course! That’s according to Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, who
The next step in the diversity conversation. A year after pledging $300 million toward diversity initiatives, Intel is launching a new project that focuses on one element of the problem: Online abuse.
After enduring more than a year of criticism, Facebook is making major changes to the way it enforces its real name policy. Starting today, Facebook users will notice a new system for reporting fake names
Parents complained after adverts featuring naked women appeared in the My Talking Tom game A company promoting sexual liaisons using pictures of a naked woman has been reprimanded for running ads in a
Technology is unruly. New innovations bring with them a host of unintended consequences, ranging from the troubling to the downright depressing. Social media makes us lonely. Too much screen-time makes
The bill was previously scrapped after objections that it would create a 'Facebook Bureau of Investigations' Lawmakers have resurrected legislation that would require tech companies to report online terrorist
Algerian Mourad Mosdefaoui, who was living in Edinburgh, regrets ‘naive’ posts and has since come to oppose terror group, lawyer says An Algerian man who posted messages in support of Islamic State on
The UK's NCA has warned against the use of DDoS and RAT attacks The average age of individuals suspected of committing computer crime in the UK has dropped to just 17, says the country's National Crime
Saying it’s been a rough week for young Sixers star Jahlil Okafor is a massive understatement. The team suspended its rookie big man on Wednesday after several incidents popped up in the news, most notably
EFF says Google is tracking and mining student browsing data without asking for consent, despite promise of privacy US privacy campaigner the Electronic Frontier Foundation has accused Google of spying
While there has been high profile U.K. government backing for furnishing the nation’s youth with digital skills in recent years, including a requirement in the English national curriculum to start teaching
Social network trials ‘take a break’ tools, offering a quick option to hide posts and pictures from a former partner after a user changes their relationship status It is a truth universally acknowledged
'There has to be a first time for trying something new' In the immediate aftermath of the Paris attacks on Friday, many with loved ones living in the city received a new type of notification from Facebook.
New facial recognition feature is rolling out in Australia first, but might not be able to come to Europe at all, due to privacy issues Facebook’s Messenger app has received a new dose of artificial intelligence,