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“It’s egotistical, but I’m aware it draws the most attention, so why not try to use that to get people out there voting?”
Happy couples say it's a nice way to praise their better halves. Others find the practice nauseating.
Thousands of employees around the world left their desks today to protest sexual harassment. But they’re going to have to do a lot more to make lasting change.
And some users say the platform isn’t properly addressing their concerns.
The feature derails healthy conversation and preys on users’ worst instincts.
Robert Bowers was an avid user of Gab, a social network popular among white nationalists and the alt-right.
A social platform can’t scale without attracting normal users.
Kanye and Kim have not broken up.
The platform has cast itself as the internet’s kindest place. But users argue harassment is rampant, and employees say efforts to stem it aren’t funded well or prioritized.
Viewers are outraged that some of the site’s biggest celebrities have partnered with a controversial online counseling service.
Harassment on the platform can be uniquely cruel, and for many it feels like there’s no escape.
A new meme format on Instagram is giving kids a low-pressure way to express themselves, make friends—and go viral.
Some students say having to speak in front of the class is an unreasonable burden for those with anxiety and are demanding alternative options.
XOXO is the event that wants to make the internet a better place.
Twitter’s permanent ban is an important symbolic gesture.
Tackling abuse should be priority number one, many say.
Young people can see the president’s tweets as jokes, but they still often share his negative feelings about the press.
In the tough ecosystem of social-media celebrity, wannabe stars are flocking to fledgling apps to stay afloat as they wait to make it big.