• Can Social Media Help Developing Countries? Absolutely!

    29th November 2016
  • Five years after the Arab Spring, how does the Middle East use social media?

    24th January 2017
  • Story

    n-gage Messenger to Reward users with equity*

    12th October 2016
  • Why many people don’t ‘like’ politics on Facebook – they’re worried what their friends will think

    21st December 2016
  • So long social media: the kids are opting out of the online public square

    17th December 2016
  • Vine’s 15 minutes of fame may be over, but its successors will not slacken the pace

    1st February 2017
  • Math Teachers Use Twitter to Collaborate for Student Success

    30th November 2016
  • Terror group’s social media ploy edges out rivals, wins recruits

    9th December 2016
  • Candidates control their own social media. What message are they sending?

    8th December 2016
  • Social media and the law are striking back at revenge porn

    17th January 2017
  • Nerve: a flawed but insightful film about the perils of social media

    20th October 2016
  • Facebook is no charity, and the ‘free’ in Free Basics comes at a price

    20th January 2017
  • Aboriginal communities embrace technology, but they have unique cyber safety challenges.

    20th December 2016
  • Teens without smartphones encounter a new digital divide

    23rd December 2016
  • Social media for tracking disease outbreaks – fad or way of the future?

    19th October 2016
  • ‘Sexting’ teens: decriminalising young people’s sexual practices

    23rd December 2016
  • How social media stars are fighting for the Left

    1st March 2017

Social Media News Round Up


Social Nightmares