Skrein stepped down from the role of Major Ben Daimio, an Asian character in the "Hellyboy" comics, after people on social media blasted the reboot for whitewashing.
What does LinkedIn do about racist, expletive-ridden abuse on its site? Deny it ever happened.
"I have a Twitter account and I think it is a suitable tool for public diplomacy, connecting to people around the globe and voicing our ideas."
"Whether shouted in their face on the street, daubed on a wall or tweeted into their living room, hateful abuse can have a devastating impact on victims."
Young adults who receive a dirty picture from someone they can legally have sex with could make them sex criminals.
A wealth of evidence suggests that biological differences could account for differences in employment patterns.
Thirty-one members of two feuding New York gangs are indicted after allegedly promoting their "enterprise on social media websites."
The social media company is waging war on ISIS, taking down two-thirds of its accounts within hours.
No, you can't embed sound recordings into tweets. But now, you can pretend to.
Researchers at New York University have found that tweets with "moral and emotional" language are more likely to go viral.
Scream into the abyss and the abyss is only likely to scream back at you—even louder.
"Giving your child a smartphone is like giving them a gram of cocaine," reads one recent headline. But these media reports may have made parents unnecessarily anxious.
More than 22 people died after a violent attack at a concert in Manchester, U.K. on Monday.
The court cleared the Egyptian man on a separate charge of cross-dressing.
A new report accuses multibillion dollar companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter of "expecting the taxpayer to bear the costs of keeping their platforms and brand reputations clean of extremism."