By buying followers, likes, and views, our own shoddy TikTok video climbed up the hashtag rankings.
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 US government is demonstrating that it is no better than the country it has long criticized for its vast censorship apparatus.
Song and dance videos have made influencers out of Filipinos in Hong Kong but to them, TikTok’s departure means losing a bridge to loved ones back home.
This Woman Lost a Teddy Bear With a Recording of Her Late Mother’s Voice. A Tweet Helped Her Find It.
Thousands shared her tweet asking for help in finding the stolen bear, with celebrities like Ryan Reynolds offering a $5,000 cash reward.
The arrest comes after hackers hijacked some of the most high profile accounts on the social network by leveraging an internal Twitter tool.
In this military comic, an American soldier’s Tinder date with an influencer goes viral in the worst possible way.
The Queen of Pop referred to Stella Immanuel as "my hero."
They all look like paparazzi shots but, surprise, most aren’t candid at all.
Influencers Haneen Hossam and Mowada al-Adham were sentenced to two years in prison for inciting "immorality" on the social media platform.
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.