By buying followers, likes, and views, our own shoddy TikTok video climbed up the hashtag rankings.
There are some Reels that have made me laugh. They all have one thing in common: the TikTok watermark.
A guy who shot himself in the balls posted his journey from discharge to hospital visit, and it’s made him a king online.
The police fired at the mob of over a thousand in an episode that lasted several hours in India. Three died, while over a hundred were arrested.
The president shared a video in which he spread misinformation about kids and the coronavirus. Facebook took it down.
“Who’s playing Jumanji?” netizens asked.
As Melbourne enforces the country's strictest lockdown yet, this viral Facebook event has accumulated more than 30,000 frustrated attendees overnight.
Twitter “philanthropists” like Bill Pulte and Megan Thee Stallion have been offering their followers financial aid during the pandemic. But it hurts more people than it helps.
"Arrested is not good enough. We need her dead."
The #StopProfitForHate is a noble campaign, but Facebook won’t permanently change unless we break its monopoly.
The auditors warned that Facebook's failures to address misinformation will have "direct and consequential implications" for the 2020 election.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, WhatsApp, and Zoom have all said they will stop complying with government orders to hand over data. And that's exactly what Beijing wanted.