Tech Company Duped By Anti-Semitic Hate GroupCelebrities like Brett Favre, Andy Dick and Soulja Boy unknowingly recorded coded hate messages on the site Cameo.
To Encourage More Use, Instagram To Allow Sharing With FewerCalled Close Friends, the new feature lets users share Stories — photos and videos that disappear after 24 hours — with people they put on a special list. The idea is people may feel more comfortable sharing some things with just close friends, rather than all followers.
Facebook Blocks 115 Accounts Ahead Of U.S. Midterm ElectionsAlmost all of the Facebook pages associated with the blocked accounts appeared to be in French or Russian.
"Snapchat Dysmorphia": Selfies, Photo Filters Driving People To Plastic Surgery, Doctors SayDoctors say more and more patients are seeking cosmetic surgery to look like filtered versions of themselves.
Man Hit By Car Attempting 'In My Feelings' ChallengeA Florida man's attempt at the "In My Feelings" challenge went horribly wrong when he was hit by a car during the stunt.
Man Claims Florist Refused To Serve His Same-Sex WeddingA same-sex couple in Indiana is claiming that a local florist refused to serve them and their upcoming wedding.
Cubs Fan Who Grabbed Foul Ball Meant For Kid Helped Him Get One EarlierOne of the biggest thrills of going to a baseball game is getting a foul ball, but one fan is getting raked over the coals on social media for appearing to take a ball meant for a child, but it turns out he didn’t deserve all that grief.
Forbes: Kylie Jenner To Become Youngest Self-Made BillionaireJenner's company only has seven full-time and five part-time employees.
'Baby Daddy' Card Pulled, American Greetings, Target ApologizeAmerican Greetings, the world's biggest's producer of greeting cards, says an attempt at being "playful" missed the mark, and as a result it's pulling a Father's Day card from retail shelves nationwide.
Raccoon Scales Skyscraper, Becomes An Instant Social Media StarA raccoon spotted in Minnesota Tuesday morning scaled a building and is now 20 stories up.
Social Media Reunites Man With Stranger Who Saved Him From DrowningMax Canfield saved D’Marie O’Connor’s life in the icy waters of Lake Michigan on Memorial Day, and they re-connected with the help of Twitter.
Are We Becoming Addicted To Smartphones? 'It's A Digital Drug'You pick up your phone intending to spend just a few minutes checking social media or texts and the next thing you know - an hour has gone by. Are we addicted to our smartphones?
Photo Of Good Samaritan Shading Woman With Umbrella Goes ViralA simple act of kindness has turned a good Samaritan in Houston into a local celebrity thanks to one photo.
White Student Calls Police On Black Student Napping In Common RoomA black Yale grad student was interrogated by campus police officers after a white student found her sleeping in a common room of their dorm.
Magazine Apologizes After Lewinsky Says Event Invite Was RescindedShe said on social media she was disinvited to the magazine's annual Philanthropy Summit because former President Bill Clinton was attending.