Saudis Recruited Twitter Workers To Spy On Critics, U.S. Prosecutors SaySaudi Arabia, frustrated by growing criticism of its leaders and policies on social media, recruited two Twitter employees to spy on thousands of accounts that included prominent opponents, U.S. prosecutors have alleged.
California Will Not Require Social Media Sites To Get Parental Permission For Children Under 13A plan to require social media sites to get a parent or guardian's permission before letting a person under age 13 create an account failed in the California State Assembly.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Hacked, Sending Racist TweetsTwitter CEO Jack Dorsey's official account has been hacked and sending racist and vulgar tweets to his 4.2 million followers. Twitter says it is aware of the situation and is investigating.
Nearly Every Child Has Online Presence By Age TwoNearly every two-year-old (92%) in the United States has an online presence and that presence, oftentimes, started before the child was even born.
Law Enforcement Warns Of Parody Accounts After Fake 'Active Shooter' TweetLaw Enforcement is warning the public about parody accounts and to make sure all social media accounts are verified.
Sacramento Kings Twitter Ranked #1 In NBAThe digital team behind the Sacramento Kings are the best in the business.
Woman Who Shot Alarming Video From Stranded Viking Cruise Ship Returns To Rio Vista HomeRio Vista resident Alexus Sheppard’s videos showed the world what passengers on the ship were facing.
Aquarium Apologizes For Tweets About Sea OtterCalifornia's Monterey Bay Aquarium has apologized after some people perceived a tweet about a sea otter as body-shaming.
Twitter Wants To Crack Down On 'Dehumanizing Language'Twitter wants to weed out dehumanizing language on its platform -- but before it rolls out a policy change, it is asking the public for feedback.
Senators Blast Google For No-Show On Capitol HillThe Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing on foreign use of social media to influence US politics took place Wednesday morning with two of the big tech companies that senators wanted to hear from present -- and one empty chair.
Goldman Sachs Says There's More Trouble Ahead For TeslaElon Musk famously tried to take Tesla private at $420 a share. Goldman Sachs thinks the pioneering electric car company is worth half that.
Twitter Considers Deeper Changes After Alex Jones' TimeoutTwitter had resisted the move despite public pressure, but the holdout lasted less than two weeks.
Woman's Mugshot Goes Viral, Leads To Requests For Makeup AdviceA Texas teen's mugshot has unexpectedly launched her career giving makeup advice.
Crackdown On 'Bots' Sweeps Up People Who Tweet OftenTwitter and other sites also have targeted automated or robot-like accounts known as bots, which authorities say were used to cloak efforts by foreign governments and political bad actors in the 2016 elections.
'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Director James Gunn Fired Over Old TweetsJames Gunn was fired Friday as director of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" because of old tweets that recently emerged where he joked about subjects like pedophilia and rape.