Alex Jones, Infowars, Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Joseph Watson, Laura Loomer, Paul Nehlen, and Louis Farrakhan have all been removed from the platforms.
The platform is allowing influencers to sell things to users directly through their posts.
The look made famous by the platform just doesn’t resonate anymore.
They’re hoping to solve some of the new economy’s problems with an old tactic: collective bargaining.
Class accounts are a way for incoming freshmen to make friends, find roommates, and suss out colleges before fall.
The app has become the default way to connect with new friends, dates, or business contacts.
There’s a benefit to keeping your internet friends close, and your internet adversaries closer.
As other social networks wage a very public war against misinformation, it’s thriving on Instagram.
The violent rhetoric was written for an audience.
How a writing tool became the new default way to pass notes in class
Discord has become an indispensable tool for internet creators to connect with their fans.
The new film documents what it’s like to come of age in the mobile era.
Like eating Tide Pods and snorting condoms, the Momo challenge is a viral hoax.
Googling yourself has become a rite of passage.
Without major fixes to the product, the platform will never be a place for complex discussions.
“Being the first brand to crack out of the egg is worth at least $10 million.”
Teen girls are using a new format to express themselves and forge connections online.
The men behind the camera are ready to step into the spotlight.
#dropboxlinks has gone viral after hundreds of users posted memes about the tag’s concerning material.
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