Maybe asking the Mexicans to pay for it was a bad idea
Friend of Tsar Putin, Donald Trump’s social networking site for right-wingers appears to be about as successful as his attempts to build a wall between the US and Mexico.
The UK government took time out from its busy schedule of sawing its head off over Brexit to start designing legislation that would hold social media executives liable for harmful content distributed on their platforms.
When you are going to win you might as well be honest
The UK conservatives are so confident that they will win the coming election they are actually openly telling voters about some of their more unpopular plans so that they can claim they have a mandate.
Hit the anti-depressives
Social notworking sites like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest are causing more people to feel alone.
Visit our country and we will spy on you
The US government is promising to spy on the social media accounts of any foreigner who has the misfortune to have to visit Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's country.
Telling stories using words without video
Last December, Facebook introduced a mildly revolutionary, culture-changing feature called Live Video allowing users to broadcast their whereabouts in real-time from any place at any time, with the side of effect of having everyone on the network receiving pesky notifications.
Business social networking
Microsoft has bought the business social notworking site LinkedIn.
Humanity missed a chance to save the world
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has met several high-profile conservative figures in US politics in a bid to convince them that he was not really fixing it so their news was not being properly presented on the social networking site.
Over 2.5 hours, mostly concentrated in Europe
On Tuesday, visitors to the website were greeted with the "Something is technically wrong" including the infamous blindfolded android robot image. Twitter chose to communicate the problem via a tweet. Some users took to Facebook to complain. Yet for others, the site appears to be permanently inaccessible.