Crystal Palace act after Zaha subjected to racist abuse
Premier league Crystal Palace says they are taking action after star striker Wilfried Zaha was racially abused on social media.
Pakistan 'honor killing:' Qandeel Baloch's brother gets 25 years
Pakistani social media star Qandeel Baloch's murder by her brother sparked a nationwide debate over so-called "honor killings." Three years later, her brother has been handed a life sentence for murder.
'I'm here 247' young: Rohingya shares his stories on social media
Mohammad Rafiq, a 19-year-old budding photographer who fled to Bangladesh in August 2017 from a military crackdown in Myanmar, uses his mobile phone to record -- and share on social media -- the daily lives of nearly one million stateless Rohingya in a vast camp in southern Bangladesh.
Cardi B trashes the NYPD on Social Media
The singer, a New York City native, went off in an Instagram video over a school event in Brooklyn allegedly being halted by police.The back-to-school occasion was set to be hosted by Star Brim, a friend of the "Money" singer.
Facebook bans race rap video after Singapore govt complains
Social media sites have pulled the angry hip-hop video after authorities in Singapore warned it could stoke racial tensions. Some residents have accused officials in the wealthy Asian city-state of double standards.
The unreal Jesus
This man recently set social media ablaze after images and videos of him surfaced online. He is none other than the American actor and evangelist, Michael Job.
Twitter working on outage and wants content policies to be clear, CFO says
Ned Segal, Twitter Inc. chief financial officer, comments on the social media site's widespread outage and efforts to regulate its content with Bloomberg's Ed Hammond at the Allen & Co. Sun Valley conference on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Germany fines Facebook for underreporting hate speech complaints
The US social media giant has been found guilty of failing to fully report the number of complaints it received, in clear violation of German transparency laws. Facebook may appeal the ruling, saying the law is unclear.
Social media: Our new voice?
In Nigeria, social media has now become an immensely powerful tool for changing the way society looks at women rights and protection for the girl child. GTV takes a look at how the revolution has continued.