Commentary: The president, who once wanted Apple to be boycotted, now apparently has relented, according to his social media director.
Today the mobile version of Gab.ai—the invite-only free(ish) speech social network that has become the de facto home for many of the alt-right ecelebrities banned from Twitter—was not approved for placement on Apple’s App Store. CEO Andrew Torba isn’t taking it well. Read more…
As its revenge porn scandal continues to unfurl, the Marine Corps took steps this week to bolster its standards for online behavior. Following a hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Marine Commandant Gen. Robert Neller signed off on a set of guidelines that expand the definition of sexual harassment to include online activity. Just like […]
Well, the superhero squad does have a baby tree, so maybe the new nickname is pretty accurate.
After the Marines United scandal, the social-media behemoth has to make some decisions. The post It’s Time for Facebook to Deal With the Grimy History of Revenge Porn appeared first on WIRED.
Social network updates its developers’ instructions to explicitly prohibit use of its data for tools police use to track protesters.
I have to admit I’m pretty reliant on Uber. With a sub par public transportation system, the ridesharing app makes it significantly easier to find my way around San Francisco. Apart from the occasional delay or aggressive driver, the service has been pretty dependable overall. But like many users, as evidenced by the “delete Uber” social media campaign,… […]
After a slightly rocky beta test, Plex's new cloud-based media server is now ready for public consumption. Rather than relying on a media server PC or a networked storage drive, Plex Cloud allows users to stream their own media libraries from Dropbox…
Social Cues: Also trending on social media is Snap’s IPO.