Please brace yourself. According to a Saturday expose in the New York Times, some of your favorite social media influencers may not really be influencers at all.
Here’s a study that seems kind of surprising at first, but actually kind of makes sense seeing as how creeping on your friends and tweeting “F*** YOU” at politicians you don’t like never seemed like it would be all that healthy to begin with.
Most of us are aware that we need to be careful with what we post on social media, but do you know exactly who can see your recent vacation photos and status updates? Here are the privacy controls you need to know about on three of the biggest social networks.
Social media is defined by Merriam Webster as “forms of electronic communication (such as websites) through which people create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, etc.”
With the power of (annoyingly?) revamped DMs compelling them,Twitter is ready to make some big changes. These rumored shakeups, however, have nothing to do with sabotaging character limits and a much-needed edit option. Instead, Twitter is reportedly in discussions with Google and others about a possible takeover.