Hillary Clinton has criticised the “heavily misogynistic” atmosphere online which has seen female parliamentary candidates announce they are not standing in the General Election.
Hillary Clinton has said the idea of perfection that is often portrayed on social media is “insidious” and undermines the confidence of young women.
Dua Lipa has said that social media “can be a breeding ground for hate and anxiety” as she discussed coming away from it for a while.
Aberdeen City Council co-leader’s twitter page has mysteriously vanished - just a day after being selected as the Conservative candidate to replace Ross Thomson in Aberdeen South.
Facebook has revealed steady revenue and user growth in its latest financial results amid ongoing controversies around the social network.
Halloween party-goers have this year picked creative memes and internet jokes to draw inspiration from for their costumes.
Lady Gaga has been criticised online by Amanda Knox for a tweet comparing fame to “prison”.
Former Cabinet minister Amber Rudd has joined in on a Twitter exchange after her daughter, journalist Flora Gill, joked about being “ghosted” online.
A woman in the US was reunited with the puppy that she fostered for a week in November when the dog’s new owner walked past her porch.
A mum says that seeing "unrealistic" examples of motherhood on social media made her feel like a bad parent.
Facebook paid £28.5 million in UK taxes last year despite reporting growing revenue of £1.65 billion from advertising sales.
A north-east Lib Dem has been dumped by the party after he called for Boris Johnson to be chopped up and “burned at the stake”.
Social media users have created a game designed to replace Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, after he announced he was stepping down when the current Parliament comes to an end.
Facebook has confirmed that hundreds of millions of user phone numbers were left in an unprotected server, which reportedly included several million British details.
Iain Maciver: You may as well just click ‘like’ on organised crime and drug dealing as fall for obvious social media scams
There are online and telephone scams being attempted everywhere all the time.
Some of the world’s most successful athletes paid homage to Ben Stokes after the all-rounder led England to victory in the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
Stephen Fry has backed a junior doctor’s petition calling for the NHS to be kept out of any future trade deal with the United States.
Piers Morgan has reignited a long-standing feud with rival presenter Dan Walker after Walker posted a digitally-aged selfie to Twitter.
Car enthusiasts have defended a “social meet-up” after being accused of being “boy racers” who caused early-morning mayhem in a city suburb.
Children as young as two are using social media, research from charity Barnardo’s has suggested.
Skye’s popularity has gone viral after the island was revealed as one of the most popular hashtags on social media site Instagram.
A Spice Girls fan has listed the original Union Jack bus from the 1997 film Spice World on Airbnb for two overnight stays.
Social media companies have agreed to help fund a new initiative to tackle self-harm content on their sites, following a summit in London, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said.
Social media giants have pledged hundreds of thousands of pounds to the Samaritans charity in a bid to rid the internet of self-harm videos and other damaging material, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said.
Rahul Mandal, the winner of the ninth series of The Great British Bake Off (GBBO), thanked his colleagues for their friendship as he posted an Easter cake photo on Instagram.
Police in Merseyside and the north-east are working with increasing sophistication to tackle the depredations of organised criminal gangs.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson has said she is doing her latest project, a documentary for the BBC exploring body image and mental health, because she “wants to make a change and a difference to other people’s lives”.
No-one reported the video of the Christchurch terror attack while it was being streamed live, Facebook has said.
Addiction to social media should potentially be classed as a disease, MPs said as they called for tough new regulation to protect children from firms operating in an “online Wild West”.
Parents and members of the public have expressed their rage on social media after a consultation event for a new Peterhead community campus revealed the "disgusting" state of the current school.
Facebook has taken the drastic step of issuing Tommy Robinson with a permanent ban across its social network and Instagram.
Over my life time I have met many volunteers, without whom our city, and indeed our country would grind to a halt.