Only days after an Apple employee lost his appeal over company rants on a social media platform, the guidelines were subsequently leaked to the media.
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A recent study suggests that extensive time on social media platforms like Facebook has the potential to lower GPAs. With social networks in constant evolution, how much can we rely on these kinds of studies?
Kim Dotcom has promised that disruptive music service Megabox will launch this year.
It makes sense for Facebook to tap into other markets -- but the enterprise isn't one of them.
Facebook's revamped advertising platform, Atlas, allows marketers to track your patterns, preferences and purchase decisions across the Web.
Could students find themselves breaching copyright rules by sharing their own work online?
A new infographic reveals how much exposure academic institutions receive on social networks, and what can alter their level of success.
A group of students known as 'Europe v.Facebook' have met with Facebook to make their concerns known over privacy standards.
Google Chromebooks, according to a recent announcement, have begun to break in to the U.S. school system.
The U.S. Supreme Court decided that students creating fake online profiles and labeling their principles as 'pedophiles' and 'drug offenders' is acceptable. Should this be the case?