The arrest comes after hackers hijacked some of the most high profile accounts on the social network by leveraging an internal Twitter tool.
The Queen of Pop referred to Stella Immanuel as "my hero."
"It was depressing to be seen in a viral video like that and to uncover a side of me I never knew existed."
Last week, two YouTubers were arrested for threatening to rape an Indian comedian over a year-old joke.
In an email sent to victims of the massive hack, Twitter apologizes, informs them of what happened, and suggests a series of actions to keep their accounts safe.
The growing consensus in the witch community is that whoever started the story was doing it for attention.
Indian cops have since summoned 18 celebrities who allegedly used these services.
We like to paint the past in broad, optimistic strokes.
The K-pop band’s dedicated supporters have long used social media to break music records. Now, they’re using their global network for social issues, even successfully raising $1 million for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Women, teenagers and ED survivors say they keep seeing ads on TikTok and Instagram for apps designed to help you stop eating.
How ‘Locker Room Talk’ at a Cookie Company Helped Fuel a Movement Against Toxic Masculinity in the Philippines
Filipino women are speaking up against the casual misogyny men engage in behind closed doors, calling out lewd talk for what it really is—a stepping stone to sexual abuse.
“The youth will increasingly be a force to be reckoned with worldwide, shaping digital politics.”