The nutritional content of food posted online can predict the levels of social media engagement, and possibly affect what we eat.
Trump will not be returning to Facebook or Instagram before November 2021.
Both at home and internationally Modi is facing intense scrutiny and criticism as the COVID death toll mounts.
A viral TikTok video is helping girls bear witness to the harassment they experience at school.
As India's COVID crisis deepens, the government is taking a harder line with any social media content it finds objectionable.
A new study explores the how the celebrity and status of professional footballers in the "Big Five" European leagues can affect both performance and pay.
A significant portion of teenagers' social development happens online. The risks are well known, but the benefits of peer support are often overlooked.
Though many people are just paying attention to these problems now, they are not new – and they even date back to ancient Rome.
Researchers who study addictions have started to assess whether social media might be addictive.
In some cases, people would hold back from sharing a memory in case it didn't receive enough likes.
Analysis of almost 100,000 tweets reveals how news reports can change the way people feel about vaccination.
Our well-meaning efforts to use images to help demystify the vaccination process or share our pride in getting a COVID vaccine can backfire.
Social media doesn't always offer comfort, but the space and support it can provide should be mirrored offline
Researchers found that both Kenyans and South Africans have a broadly negative view of China, possibly amplified by the pandemic.
More than 500 million people's details were compromised. The records include various combinations of name, email, gender, date of birth, location, relationship status and employer.
Social media isn’t just mirroring conflicts happening in schools and on streets – it’s intensifying and triggering new disputes.
Selfie takers often choose to shoot the left side of their face, from above. But why exactly is that thought to make you look better?
After an Indian politician disparaged a woman for her lack of morals because she was wearing ripped jeans, an online protest erupted, reviving the original protest-culture of the ripped jean.
If it hosts the same violent rhetoric that saw Parler forced offline, Trump's platform may be a short-lived adventure.
It might be more helpful to talk about excessive use of social media in relation to degrees of harm rather than as "disorder" in terms of addiction.