Shareholders press Twitter, Facebook to curb sexual harassmen
Social media giants, Facebook and Twitter, are facing heat from shareholders, this time to combat sexual harassment of women on the platform.
PMB attacked on Twitter
President Muhammadu Buhari's growing unpopularity has taken another knock. This time on Twitter. The barrage of knocks came after the president tweeted that Libya fuelled the insecurity on the continent.
Crackdown on social media in Iran
Big players like Facebook and Twitter have been absent from the social media landscape in Iran since the 2009 protests, and now Telegram and Instagram have been restricted in the context of unrest in some 50 cities across Iran.
Disneyland in California faces power outage
Disneyland in California was affected by a power outage on Wednesday, it said on Twitter.
Twitter closes Kremlin-Backed accounts
There is more evidence claiming to show Russia's attempt to influence last year's U.S. election. Twitter says a Kremlin-backed agency created dozens of accounts posing as local American outlets which then published fake news and gained more than half a million followers along the way.
Social media giants get Congressional tongue-lashing
Congress delivered a tongue-lashing to senior officials from Facebook, Google and Twitter on Wednesday, for allowing Russian actors to place ads on their sites in an attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Twitter employee deactivates Trump's account on last day
An internal investigation by Twitter reveals that a rogue employee took down Donald Trump's official account for about 11 minutes on their last day with the company.
Twitter reacts to death of Malta's best-known investigative journalist
Twitter reacts to death of Malta's best-known investigative journalist.
Why was Hollywood so quick to shun Harvey Weinstein and not others?
Women take to Twitter to share sexual assault experiences in the wake of the Weinstein scandal.