Are you worried that your friends have an unhealthy obsession with taking too many selfies every day?
We've known for a while that social media use is linked to symptoms of depression and loneliness, primarily by causing FOMO-related anxiety (i.e., fear of missing out on experiences with your friends, or at least knowing what everybody's up to) or by making us constantly compare our lives and bodies to those of random internet people.
Yesterday, Twitter unveiled its plans to ban accounts that it claims are trying to evade suspension, but there is something that doesn’t quite add up about their approach.
The American Left, always ready to exploit a tragedy for its own political gain, has ‘identified’ a new villain following the tragic shootings at a Pittsburgh synagogue over the weekend by a raging anti-Semitic Trump hater: Gab, a social media platform that truly embraces free speech, even that which can be offensive to some people.
Just how far does the power of Google extend? Experts say that the tech behemoth has already reached tyrannical proportions, and is already manipulating the way people think, make purchases and cast votes.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry is set to call upon AG Jeff Sessions to break up the Big Tech monopoly. Will Silicon Valley’s stronghold on the internet finally come to an end?
The federal government is lying about the number of school shootings that occur annually in the United States, and Facebook doesn’t want you to know about it.
On Monday, Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, in conjunction with Infowars, released a new report that outlines in stunning detail how the tech media giants — think Facebook, Google, YouTube, and Twitter especially — are working in tandem to deny tens of millions of Americans access to news and information the social media corporations find politically objectionable.
Jennifer Lea Reynolds, March 6 2016
It's been said that the government – specifically the FBI – is working alongside the National Science Foundation to study the ways in which online information is spread and social media memes go viral.
Ethan A. Huff, February 26 2016
Social media has admittedly done a number on the collective IQ of humanity.