Microblogging needs to be a fundamental part of the Internet's infrastructure.
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With Dorsey out, Twitter must deliver more real features and less fake news. Can the new CEO disrupt and innovate just as Satya Nadella did for Microsoft?
On Facebook, quoting 'Dune' gets you suspended while posting COVID and vaccine misinformation gets you recommended
The algorithm that suspended me for quoting my favorite sci-fi movie is the same one that allows countless Facebook Pages to spread dangerous and false content about vaccines and COVID-19.
OPINION: We need to make social data work for us rather than for the social media services themselves.
We have no real tools to effectively manage the flow of information, and by shutting down the third-party client ecosystem, trolls have been enabled to run rampant.
There are grave consequences for behaving badly on social networks. Becoming unemployable may be the least of them.
Social networking is being used as communications mechanisms to orchestrate vandalism of vacant homes.
Now that Microsoft owns Skype, can the industry finally settle on a video conferencing standard?
FaceBook's photo-tagging feature as it is currently implemented is an intrusion on personal privacy, and enough to make one go completely Psycho.
The seemingly ubiquitous FaceBook "Like" button is penetrating every web site and on the surface, appears harmless. But should we really be exposing so much of our identity and privacy, even a little bit at a time?