Facebook's anti-pseudonym rule is an ineffective way to combat fake profiles, especially since many millennials use false names to avoid being searched by employers.
Teenagers are tiring of Facebook and flocking to a variety of social networks with more specialized functions.
The Associated Press's Twitter account has been hacked. It sent out a fake story about an attack on the White House. The episode sent social media into a tizzy, and even crashed Wall Street.
The Associated Press Twitter account was hacked Tuesday, highlighting the need for companies to consider hiring social media security professionals.
You'll never guess what's on the Chechen president's Instagram.
Though they run the risk of hyperbole and innacuracy, Facebook posts and tweets have a way of giving personal relevance to a national or global news stories.
It didn't take very long for Twitter to explode with speculation about Arabs being behind Monday's bombing at the Boston Marathon. Regardless of who's responsible, these tweets were uncalled for.
PolicyMic's intrepid "journalist" Tom McKay attended social media's biggest awards ceremony to see what's happening in the world of tomorrow. Mostly, he met celebrities.