Joshua Young set up a profile on SumZero, a site that helps match fund managers with institutional investors, and landed a university endowment.
Twitter on Tuesday announced the formation of a new "Trust and Safety Council," which will work to develop policies censoring speech on the site. The group will be comprised of more than 40 organizations from 13 regions around the world.
Mark Zuckerberg showed off his Mandarin Chinese skills in a video on his Facebook page Saturday to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year.
If you are plugged into broadcast media or the internet, your thoughts are not your own.
Medical marijuana is legal in 23 states including New Jersey, but the ubiquitous social media giant Facebook apparently doesn't "like" it.
The Liberty Report is joined by Kristin Soltis Anderson, author of The Selfie Vote: How Millennials Are Leading America. What are younger people concerned about and how can they be reached with the message of Liberty?
According to an article in the New York Times online, the idiots and moral cripples who run Facebook have decided, in their complete absence of wisdom, to prohibit private gun sales on their system. Federally licensed dealers will not be affected, no
The Department of Homeland Security wants businesses to present their cutting-edge social media analytics services next month -- especially technology that could enhance criminal investigations, traveler screenings and situational awareness.
Facebook is starting to worry about ad blockers.
In the middle of January, in a change noticed nowhere but Spain, Facebook added six words to a single dialogue box - and inadvertently stumbled into a tortuous national debate.
TN Note: DHS can draw on intelligence information from any other agency, but feels that it needs yet more advanced software tools to analyze social media in order to find evil-doers. The RFI gives lip-service to "protect the privacy, civil rights a
The stern woman behind the press desk at the United Nations is certain I've made a mistake about the person I'm here to see. "Mr. Mark Zuckerberg?" she says. "Who's he?"
The State of Idaho remains perversely determined to steal five years from the life of Matthew Townsend as punishment for publishing a defiant but harmless statement on his Facebook page.
A MAN fitted with a bionic penis has taken to social media site Reddit to take part in one of its famous Ask Me Anything forums.
Wael Ghonim helped touch off the Arab Spring in his home of Egypt ... by setting up a simple Facebook page. As he reveals, once the revolution spilled onto the streets, it turned from hopeful to messy, then ugly and heartbreaking. And social media fo
Imagine a billion of the world's poorest gaining overnight access to health information, education, and professional help -- for free.
Up to 3 million Egyptians lost their connection to the internet last week when Facebook's Free Basics program was shut down on Wednesday. The reason for the shutdown of Facebook's controversial Free Basics program, which launched in Egypt in Octo
A VC who helped build Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn explains what's next in social and messaging
THE PAGE VIEW is a zombie. For years, everyone has been saying it is no longer a meaningful way to measure online popularity.
Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org philanthropy finds itself cast as the villain in India's fight over Internet rules
Social isolation for people who express controversial opinions or dissent
A unit of US Special Operations Forces have been spotted inside Libya after photographs were posted online on the North African country's air force social media page
Need an Uber? Just send a message. Uber and Facebook said today that US users of Facebook Messenger can now sign up for the car-hailing service and request a ride, all without leaving a conversation or downloading the Uber app.
The feature will be made available in the U.S. to start.
Teenage computer experts unveil astonishing web of unpublicised interactions linking extremist social media mouthpieces to the British government
Introducing 'Big Sur,' the brains of A.I.
In the second case taken up by host Sarah Koenig's program, the longest-held US prisoner of war since Vietnam speaks out on his captivity
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday praised Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for emphasising the difference between Islam and terror, after the billionaire social network tycoon posted a message defending Muslims against discrimination
Once it fell to politicians and diplomats to solve international conflicts. Now, according to Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, responsibility lies with social media.
The company is going out of its way to make the point, which is raising questions about the exact nature of the new initiative.